Justin Bieber Admits 'People's Comments Get to Me' on 'Ellen'
Justin Bieber is continuing his one-show apology tour, stopping by Ellen once again Thursday (Feb. 5) to explain the confessional video he made following his first appearance Jan. 28, where he explained how nervous he had been facing an audience.
"It was the first time I was on television for a long time and I just was worried about what people were thinking about me," Bieber explained to DeGeneres about subsequently making the video. "Like I said last time, I did a lot of things over the past few years that I'm not proud of."
"People often forget that, even with their comments and stuff they think it doesn't get to me," Bieber said. "But it gets to me. You know things that people say bother me and I gotta be strong enough to just keep it pushing. Yeah, that's why I just wanted to make a video to just let people know that I'm human, I love people, I love love, I'm passionate about things and I'm passionate about being better and growing so I think that this is going to be an awesome chapter in my life and I'm so glad that I have you guys supporting me. "
In a lighter moment from the same video, Bieber played a game with an audience member where he hummed songs from Grammy nominees, and she had to guess what they were.
Turns out The Biebs is well-versed in Taylor Swift -- he should consider adopting her "Shake It Off" mantra.