Justin Bieber Brings 'Company' & 'Sorry' to 2016 Billboard Music Awards
Justin Bieber took the stage at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards to perform "Sorry" and "Company" to the overwhelming delight of his fans in attendance, after being introduced by none other than Snapchat's biggest star DJ Khaled.
Keeping it simple in ripped jeans and a simple tee, Bieber brought along the grandest stage set up of the evening so far, with jets of fire and a wash of lights.
Bieber is nominated for 12 awards at tonight's event -- the second-most nominated artist, following The Weeknd's 19 -- including Top Male Artist, alongside The Weeknd, Drake, Fetty Wap and Ed Sheeran. Check the complete winner's list right here.
"Sorry" and "Company" are both singles from his latest album, 2015's Purpose, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in November. The former was one of three No. 1 Hot 100 singles from the album -- "What Do You Mean" and "Love Yourself" being the others -- while "Company" peaked at No. 53.