Justin Bieber isn’t going to be turning up at the Grammy Awards again.
He also isn’t going to be turning up for any other award shows for that matter until he’s got something new for all.
According to sources to TMZ, Justin Bieber is skipping the 2018 Grammys, just like he did last year despite the fact a hugely popular song on which he was featured last year is up for a number of awards. James Franco was reportedly snubbed by Oscars amid his sexual assault allegations.
Bieber will not perform alongside Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee Sunday for their performance of “Despacito” — which has been nominated for 3 Grammys, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Song of the Year and Record of the Year.
Bieber loves Luis and Daddy, but he’s passing on the performance because he doesn’t want to make appearances until he finishes his new album.
That’s big news. We didn’t know Bieber had new music in the works, but he does. He’ll presumably use award shows like the Grammys to promote the new tracks when they’re ready, but not before.
Justin previously was a no-show at the Grammys because he didn’t think it was relevant or representative of the music fans really liked.
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