Bieber covered The Beatles and performed his own song "Sorry."

By Amanda Wicks

When Justin Bieber is back in his home country of Canada, he likes to do his best Billy Joel impersonation. While drinking alone at Fifth Pubhouse in Toronto on Saturday (Nov. 5), the pop star spotted a piano at the establishment and sat down to play.

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Initially, Bieber stopped by to watch the Toronto Raptors game by himself, but once he saw the piano he asked the staff if he could have a go and they were more than happy to oblige. Not before they did shots with him, though.

Bieber played a mix of songs, including a cover of The Beatles’ “Let It Be,” as well as a somber version of his own single “Sorry.” Beyond showing off his pop skills, he proved that he’s got a touch of classical training. He played a little bit of Beethoven’s Fur Elise, too (via CBC).

Patrons captured videos of the night, which a Bieber fansite stitched together into one long video. Watch below.

Post Author: brian.ives.


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