Justin Bieber Had Bieber Fever, Puked Onstage Last Night
Not even sure this even qualifies as ‘news’ but it’s a Sunday morning on the West Coast so what the hell… At any rate, you’d think Bieber’s days on Phish tour would’ve hardened him into a crusty old vet with the stomach of a well-salted sailor, but last night at Biebs’ tour opener in Glendale, Arizona, his knotted stomach seemed to get the best of him, interrupting the show for a hot minute to lay out some backstage catering for his crowd of adoring fans to see. Midway through “Out of Town Girl,” Biebs took a short intermission to make a call on an invisible porcelain telephone, dancers remained unphased. Perhaps new lighting director Chris Kuroda’s (aka CK5 aka The Master of the Dark Skies) head-spinning visuals through Biebs’ gut into spin cycle? Notably, the lockstep intensity of the dance team whilst Justin spewed makes me think that Bieber runs a similar fine-system for his team as the great Godfather of Soul. After all, the show must go on… Check out JB’s hurl-age below. Also, must give kudos to Biebs for the puke-and-rally to finish off the show.
Wesley grew up in coastal Georgia and is a former resident of The Music City and the Big Easy where he helped get Live Music Blog: NOLA off-the-ground, managing it in New Orleans through Jazz Fest 2012. Hodges is now an attorney living amongst THE CALIFORNIANS in West LA. His favorite artists include My Morning Jacket, Pink Floyd, Sigur Rós, Widespread Panic, Futurebirds, The Allman Brothers Band, Dr. Dog, Tame Impala, Anders Osborne, Monster Rally, Radiohead and Bobby & The Midnites. Daft Punk is actually playing at his house tonight and you're invited.
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