Justin Bieber Skips The Grammys In Order To Debut A New Song And Have A Breakdown On Twitter

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Justin Bieber performing during the 'Believe Tour'

If you weren’t watching the Grammys or Downton Abbey last night, maybe you were watching Justin Bieber have an IT meltdown via Twitter.

Justin was snubbed at the Grammys (i.e., 14-year-old girls were not in charge of nominations) so he decided to take his ball and go home, where he would livestream with his fans.

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Unfortunately for Justin, it didn’t work. Sites kept crashing and Justin kept tweeting, trying very hard to keep his cool.

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But quickly Justin's LOLs turned into beads of stress sweat as he slowly lost it.

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Like a teenage boy trying to take a bra off for the first time, the more frustrated he got, the more his attempts didn’t work.

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And he kept everyone abreast of the situation. (I hate myself for that pun.)

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Ultimately Justin was able to load this video apology (from the captains quarters of a ship?) where he previews his unfinished song “You Want Me” while sitting shirtless on a bed. Which is probably everything his fans wanted in the first place.  

You can listen to the previewed song here without having to look at Justin's runway model arms. To me, this song sounds like all of his other songs. He sings to an unnamed “girl” that he wants to be his “girlfriend” so that tweens across America can imagine that they are said “girl.” He also identifies himself by first and last name, just in case we forgot. We didn't forget, Justin. You won't let us.


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