Everyone attending Ariana Grande’s show at Coachella over the weekend got way more than they signed up for – and I mean that in the best way possible.
Not only did they get to witness Ari making history as the youngest headliner at Coachella (and, on a lower note, her getting hit in the chest with a lemon), but when the show was nearing its end, a surprise guest popped on the stage for a last-minute performance. I am talking about Justin Bieber, who performed his hit “Sorry” along with Ariana, making the performance the first time he hit the stage in two whole years – ever since he canceled the final part of his “Purpose” tour in 2017.
The two performers are good friends, and they both share the same manager, Scooter Brown.
It seems that their friendship played a big role in his performance, which was truly “last-minute”. Justin told the crowd that he hadn’t planned to perform that night at all, but Ari took charge and pulled the whole thing together.
Afterward, the Canadian pop star took to Twitter to say: “Thank you @ArianaGrande. Thank you @coachella. That felt right. Love you.”
💡 | Ariana performed Sorry with Justin Bieber tonight on Arichella!
— AG6 info (@AG6info) April 22, 2019
Source: AG6 info
And, Justin Bieber fans, if you think the performance was exciting then your mind is about to be blown even more. The singer also shared that his new album is “coming soon”!
This is especially exciting considering that he hasn’t released any new albums in almost four years, the last one being “Purpose” in 2015.
— jeska (@bieberjimin) April 22, 2019
Justin has been taking a bit of a break from music ever since he canceled his last tour two years ago because of exhaustion and depression. But even though his career has been put on hold this past couple of years, his personal life has been flourishing, and he even got married to model Hailey Baldwin towards the end of last year after only a few months of dating.
However, even now, he has been struggling with mental health problems but insists he is working very hard to get better. Last month, he told his fans via social media: “Been struggling a lot. Just feeling super disconnected and weird. I always bounce back so I’m not worried just wanted to reach out and ask you guys to pray for me.”
Here’s to hoping everything gets better for the Biebs…