Carly Rae Jepsen chatted with MTVnews. In the interview, she shared that Justin has been a “trouper” throughout his recent struggles.
If there’s anybody who I think can pull off what it means to be a professional performer, it’s Justin because, yeah, it was chaotic week, but he sang even when he was feeling kind of like light of breath and showed us that old saying ‘The show must go on’ is really true — So, I’m proud of him.
I think there are moments where you do feel very much like this is a day of heavy press or a day of show time. And that is a lot of sort of being right out there in the wide open. But there’s also a lot of downtime. And luckily, I am touring with people who I consider my dearest friends, my bandmates, my brothers. And, the whole team that I’m traveling with are just good people, good hard-working people. So we get out downtime and lots of out of the limelight moments as well and that’s when I’m really mischievous.
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Justin Bieber and DJTayJames at Muzik Clubs in Toronto last night celebrating the 100th Grey Cup after party!!
The 100th Grey Cup is the championship game of the 2012 Canadian Football League (CFL) season.The game is played on Sunday, November 25, 2012, at Rogers Centre in Toronto, CANADA.
According to reports, Justin and Carly Rae Jepsen will be performing for the halftime show of the CFL game (Nov25).
The Canadian Football League (CFL) is offering Justin Bieber and Carly Rae Jepsen for the halftime show of the 100th Grey Cup in CANADA. Other artist such as Gordon Lightfoot, Marianas Trench will also perform at halftime of the league’s championship game Nov. 25 at Rogers Centre, the CFL announced Saturday.
CFL commissioner Mark Cohon said in a release:
“We are absolutely thrilled to unveil an all-Canadian, all-star lineup that features the biggest pop star in the world, the woman who gave us one of the biggest songs ever, one of the hottest young bands in the country, an iconic balladeer, a rock and roll legend, and one of this country’s leading entertainers,”
“This array of stars will command a huge and diverse audience, entertaining our most loyal fans and attracting new ones to our game’s greatest showcase. It spans genres and generations. And it’s quintessentially Canadian and undoubtedly world class, at the same time.”
“an honor to be heading home to perform at the 100th Grey Cup halftime show. #CANADA”
Justin Bieber looks into Carly Rae Jepsen’s eyes as they sing her duet “Beautiful” in concert at Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon, Canada on Tuesday.
At the end of the song — as they were coming down the steps, Justin missed one and fell back two steps, losing his balance. The quick-thinking Carly grabbed Justin in the nick of time and saved him from falling on his bum in front of thousands of fans.
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