Justin Bieber is making amends after storming off stage during a heated performance in Manchester on his Purpose World Tour.
On Tuesday, the Canadian pop star, 22, joined the Manchester Storm ice hockey team during a practice session, where he was presented with a team jersey, a spot in the locker room and even scored on the ice at the Silver Blades rink in Altrincham.
According to The Sun, the “Sorry” hitmaker celebrated his big win by joining Storm team members at the Manchester student club Tiger Tiger for its Taboo Tuesday night and surprising 2,000 unsuspecting fans with a preview of his new track, “Close To You”.
One source reportedly told The Sun Online, “It was absolute carnage when Justin walked in with his entourage just after midnight.” The source added, “Rather than just stick to the VIP area he was up partying with people and jumped into the DJ booth to play two new tracks and then left just after 3 a.m. by the fire exit.”
Afterwards, fans couldn’t contain their excitement, taking to Twitter to share what went down.