Justin Bieber Is Not "Sorry" For Singing At Bars In Toronto

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If you asked a majority of the world how much they would pay to see Justin Bieber perform, the sky would be the limit for prices. Little did any of us realize that if we happened to be in the right place at the right time on Saturday night, we could have been treated to a private show free of charge. According to recent reports, the Biebs will sing his greatest hits in bars for free drinks. Okay, this happened at one bar one time, but we call it like we see it. 

The performance went down at Fifth Pubhouse in Toronto, where Bieber was drinking alone (the "Piano Man" callbacks just keep coming) until he got bored of watching the Raptors game on TV and mosied his way over to the piano. This is Justin Bieber we're talking about, so he can do that. Then, he took it upon himself to perform "Sorry," along with five other songs. The crowd, of course, was delighted, even singing along to all of his songs while he played them. The bar, undoubtedly grateful for his patronage, didn't even make him pay for a single drink—not like he couldn't have afforded it, though. 

We just hope that Bieber, or any other celebrity for that matter, will continue this trend; imagine walking into your local bar to find Lady Gaga, Rihanna, or even, dare we say it, Beyoncé at the piano! Watch Bieber's short set in the video, below.