When challenged to name all seven continents during his appearance on 'Late Show with David Letterman', the 'Baby' hitmaker offers the North Pole and Canada as some of his answers.
Justin Bieber might have been traveling the globe because of his fame, but it apparently doesn't help him with geography. The "Mistletoe" singer struggled to name all the seven continents when his knowledge is put to a test during an appearance on "Late Show with David Letterman".
When Justin boasted that he thinks he's "been to every continent", host David Letterman asked him, "How many continents are there?" Responding to the challenge, the 17-year-old pop sensation began to list them one by one. "Asia, North America, South America ...", he said with a brief pause in between. "Um, Africa, Antarctica and the North Pole."
After a buzzer sounded, David told him, "Two more. You're doing really well. Two really easy ones, you got the hard ones." With the encouragement, Justin named "Canada" before defending that he's a Canadian. David then said, "These are easy ones. You've been to both places," prompting Justin to say, "Oh, Australia."
The boyfriend of Selena Gomez still struggled to remember the last continent though. It wasn't until David gave him a clue by saying, "I'll give you a couple of countries in the last continent - France..." that he was able to name it. He enthusiastically replied, "Europe!"
During the chat, Justin also addressed his paternity test scandal. Confirming that he did take a DNA test on November 18, he told David, "Yeah, I took it. They just swab your mouth." He continued to say he was not surprised about Mariah Yeater's claims. "I know it's pretty crazy, people make up false things," he acknowledged. "It's going to happen."