Voice fans criticized Justin Bieber for “Looking like Miley Cyrus, clutching pants too much” in the final performance.
Sound fans criticized Justin Bieber for “grazing” and “looking like Miley Cyrus” in tonight’s finale performance.
The 27-year-old pop star was accused of “copying” Miley’s famous braided hairstyle while singing “Blurred Lines” on the 2013 MTV VMA and fighting with Robin Thicke.
Justin sang two new singles on his new album “Justice”, including his hit single “Peaches”.
Although tonight’s finals were broadcast live, it was clear that the Canadian’s performance was pre-recorded because he still wore controversial braids on his head.
At the weekend, Justin showed off his freshly shaved head.
The fans were disappointed that he didn’t seem to sing live, because he repeatedly tightened his pants and became even more angry.
On stage, Justin was seen holding his private parts many times-when he walked to the camera, grabbing his male part.
This “useless” move caused many fans to express indignation on Twitter.
One critic wrote: “When so many young people are watching the show… It is really undesirable for Justin Bieber to grab his c-leg.”
Another audience member said: “Justin Bieber looks crazy! His hair is a fool… so he caught his baby too!
More people lifted their hair, and another joked, “Oh, it’s Justin Bieber. I thought it was Miley.”
“Why does Justin Bieber look like that…that hair?!” Many people questioned.
Miley, 28, wore a similar hairstyle when she was all the rage for her shocking VMA performance nearly a decade ago.
Hannah Montana’s alum wore foam-fingered nude underwear and stuck out her tongue while rubbing Robin’s rot – the latter was 16 years old.
Justin has longer hair, and his braids have made their debut in recent months.
However, tonight’s performance seemed to have been pre-recorded for Sunday, and he showed off his new music while posing for a photo with his wife. Hailey Baldwin.
In the photo taken when the couple had lunch together, his new hair was shaved tightly on the scalp.
The Canadian singer overcame strong opposition in recent weeks and simply subtitled the scene: “Happy Sunday.”
He took a close-up view of his avant-garde new look to fans through black and white selfies shared with his Instagram story.
Justin Provoked a backlash last month When he made his braid on Instagram for the first time, critics urged him to “self-educate” about black culture.
One person wrote: “It’s disappointing to see you feeling scared. I thought you were educating yourself.”
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Another added: “Baby Justin…what in the world. There is no husband.”
The next person wrote: “You are not saying that you are self-education about black culture, so what is this stupidity.”
Justin was also accused of abusing black culture when he was arrested in 2016.