Justin Bieber Walks Out of Spanish Interview: Watch

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Justin Bieber Visits "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" at Rockefeller Center on Sept. 2, 2015 in New York City. 

Justin Bieber's promotional efforts are in full swing in advance of his Nov. 13 release of Purpose and it's only natural some interviews are going to go better than others. One recent appearance on Spanish radio station 40 Principales fell into that less-than-great category and led Bieber to leave without explanation. 

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The interview lasted less than nine minutes and included some fairly inane but inoffensive questions such as what he's "Sorry" for, if he was concerned his new sound would alienate fans and whether he dresses himself. Though surely none of that helped, it seemed what really set Bieber off was the hosts' request he help them "break the Internet" by making a viral video with Europe's biggest YouTubers. 

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Although Bieber seemed up for the collaboration at first, saying "Let's do it" to the suggestion, he clearly was not. As they got up to film said Internet-breaking video, he just walked the other direction and -- as the caption at the end of the below interview video states in Spanish -- Justin never returned.

The irony, of course, is Bieber walking off the interview might achieve that goal anyway. 

Watch the interview video here: