At least that’s what fans in Jakarta Indonesia thought Saturday night while watching his My World Concert Tour.
Because the stage is set up differently on the Asian leg of the tour, The Biebs was not able to float over the audience during his acoustic set in his metal, heart-shaped space ship.
Instead, Bieber and lead guitarist Dan Kanter sat on the stage under a single spotlight and belted out a few of their favorite acoustic tunes.
One in particular, Edwin McCain’s “I’ll be your crying shoulder”, has not been heard by the teen sensation since he was twelve years old belting it out on YouTube.
In fact, this was Bieber’s first chance to show his fans what it sounds like now that his voice has dropped. And by the response of the fans – they loved it. And by the time it was over - Justin was crying.
It also took guitarist Dan Kanter totally by surprise as he tweeted after the show,
“Tonight ON STAGE during the acoustic set JB called out "I'll Be" by @TheEdwinMcCain. Good thing I knew how to play it from @jonahkanter”
From Indonesia, Bieber travels down under to Australia for five shows in Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne.
Watch Justin Bieber Sing Acoustic “I’ll Be” in Jakarta with Dan Kanter