The pop singer will perform in the state capital this October.
By: Mohnish Singh
An Indian drummer’s performance at a ‘Jagrata’ has caught the attention of international pop singer Justin Bieber, who will be performing in the nation’s capital this October.
The music sensation shared a video of the drummer in action on his Instagram account, while tagging friend and drummer Devon Taylor in the post.
“@stixxtaylor i expect you to do this next show,” he wrote.
The meme-worthy video of the drummer jumping in sync with the drum beats has been widely shared across the internet.
Bieber uploaded the video on his grief and tagged his drummer and asked him to perform similarly at his next show.
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Social media users have gone mad over Justin’s post.
“Hahahaha so cute,” said one user.
“Justin loves Indians,” wrote another.
The viral video was originally posted on Instagram on July 8 by a user named Rangile Haryanvi.
Justin is expected to arrive in New Delhi on October 18, 2022 for an appearance. The India leg of the Justice World Tour will be held at the legendary Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (JLN Stadium) in New Delhi.
The singer previously announced he was forced to postpone his Justice Tour after being diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt. In a video message, the singer revealed that he was suffering from partial facial paralysis due to a viral infection. This disrupted his concerts in Las Vegas (June 28), Glendale, Arizona (June 30) and Inglewood, California (July 2-3).
Bieber documented his facial paralysis in an Instagram video. “As you can see, that eye doesn’t blink. I can’t smile on this side of my face. That nostril isn’t going to move, so that side of my face is completely paralyzed,” the singer-songwriter told followers in June.
Later that same week, Hailey Bieber said her husband was “getting better every day” during a Good Morning America appearance. “Obviously it was just a very scary and random situation,” she explained.
Before India, Justin Bieber’s Justice tour could head to Europe in early August. Bieber will continue the world tour on July 31 at the Lucca Summer Festival in Italy.