Instead of putting some special costume for the festivity, the 'Baby' hitmaker chose to appear as normal teen in black ensemble and wide-rimmed glasses during a book signing at Barnes and Noble.
Justin Bieber spent his early Halloween, Sunday, October 31, by holding a book signing at Barnes and Noble in Los Angeles, California. The event was part of promotion of his just-released book "Justin Bieber: First Step 2 Forever: My Story", an illustrated behind-the-scenes look at his tour.
However, instead of donning a special costume as it was Halloween, Bieber put on a common outfit, dressing in all-black ensemble complete with black-rimmed spectacles. The 16-year-old singer posed for snappers with his book which has his photo on its cover.
Bieber, who is set to release his acoustic record "My Worlds Acoustic" on November 23, took it to his Twitter page to thank fans who supported the book signing. "Thanks to everyone who came out today to the Grove for the book signing. A lot of kids but we met everyone and even got to surprise some," Bieber wrote.
Of the book itself, back in early August, Bieber shared, "I teamed up with this amazing photographer Robert and he has been taking pictures behind the scenes from before the tour. So the book will include all those pics and I'm going to tell the story of all that led up from rehearsals until the first night of the tour. Pretty excited about it and think everyone will enjoy the story and the pics."