Justin Bieber is not sorry that he attended the MTV Europe Music Awards last night in Milan. The Canadian pop singer took home five of the six awards he was nominated for and he wasn’t sorry for a single one.
Coming fresh off the release of his new single “Sorry” which already has more than 26 million Vevo views since it’s release last week,
Bieber is feeling pretty good about his latest album “Purpose” that’s due out on November 13th.
Rocked out in all red the pop star took home awards for Best Male Artist, Best Look and Best Collaboration for his work with Skrillex and Diplo on the single “Where Are Ü Now?” and with over 240 million Vevo views no wonder he nabbed the Best Fans award also.
The 21 year old gave a flawless performance of his hit “What Do You Mean” which has moved up to No.1 on the Billboard Dance charts and the fans at the Mediolanum Forum showed Justin some love as it drew over 603 million votes, according to MTV.
Justin let his fans know that he appreciates all their support and patience stating, “It’s been a long couple of years. I just feel like this is pretty awesome to be recognized for my music.”
While collecting the Worldwide Act award Bieber stated, “You understand that I don’t take any of these moments for granted. Not one of them. You guys are unbelievable and that’s where I belong. Right there on that stage.”
With all of his awards and fan support JB still can’t knock The Weeknd out of the No. spot on Billboard’s Hot 100. He’s currently holding the No. 3 spot trailing Drake’s Hotline Bling single, which Justin just “Had” to post a funny clip of his version of the video on his Facebook page stating, “Had to. Love this guy. #Sorry.”