New Delhi [India]Aug 6 (ANI): An Indian drummer’s performance in a ‘Jagrut’ has caught the attention of international pop singer Justin Bieber, who is set to perform in the national capital this October.
The music sensation shared a video of the drummer tagging friend and drummer Devon Taylor in a post on his Instagram account.
“@stixxtaylor, I’m looking forward to you doing this next show,” he wrote.
A meme-worthy video of a Dholakia swaying to the beat of the dhol has been shared widely on the internet.
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Bieber uploaded the video on his gram and tagged his drummer asking him to perform the same in his next show.
Social media users have gone gaga over Justin’s post.
“Hahahaha so cute,” said one user.
“Justin definitely loves Indians,” posted another.
The viral video was originally posted on Instagram on July 8 by a user named Rangile Haryanvi.
Justin is due to come to New Delhi for a performance on October 18, 2022. The India leg of the ‘Justice World Tour’ will be held at the prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (JLN Stadium), New Delhi.
The singer had previously announced that she was forced to postpone her ‘Justice Tour’ following Ramsay Hunt’s diagnosis. In a video message, the singer had revealed that he was suffering from partial paralysis of the face due to the viral infection. As a result, their concerts in Las Vegas (June 28), Glendale, Arizona (June 30), and Inglewood, California (July 2–3) were affected.
Bieber documented his facial paralysis in an Instagram video. “As you can see, this eye isn’t blinking. I can’t smile on this side of my face. This nostril won’t move, so I have complete paralysis on this side of my face,” the singer-songwriter told her followers in June Told.
Later that same week, Hailey Bieber said that her husband was “getting better every day” during a ‘Good Morning America’ appearance. “Obviously it was a very scary and random situation to happen,” she explained.
Before India, Justin Bieber’s Justice Tour may go to Europe in early August. Bieber will resume his world tour on July 31 at the Lucca Summer Festival in Italy. (ANI)
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