In anticipation of his debut album "My World", pop singing sensation Justin Bieber has visited ABC's "Good Morning America" Sunday, November 15. The young artist performed his hit singles "One Time" and "One Less Lonely Girl".
During the "One Time" performance, Justin took the stage with several backing dancers as his companions, showcasing his moves to the screaming fans. In "Lonely Girl" set meanwhile, he brought his guitar, strumming some riffs. Also, he managed to do some beat boxing while waiting for the GMA crew preparing the show.
During the interview, Justin shared how he ended up collaborating with Usher. He said, "Usher and my manager were watching music videos on YouTube and he [Usher] flew me back to Atlanta where I got to sing for him." And, Usher gushed, "He had two million viewers before I even said hello. It was truly his talent, truly on spot."
Justin will follow up the GMA performances with another live appearance on the small screen. On the day the album hits the U.S. stores on November 17, he will perform on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and have an interview with the host, marking his second time visiting the talk show. On November 3, he has also been interviewed by Ellen DeGeneres and entertained her audience with his songs.
"The George Lopez Tonight Show" and "Chelsea Lately Show" will be Justin's other future destinations to show off his music on TV.
Justin Bieber's "One Time" performance:
Justin Beiber's "One Less Lonely Girl" performance:
Justin Bieber's interview: