Justin Bieber's latest performance stunned his audience, and he didn't even have to sing, dance, or cry. The pop star recently found himself in Angola, Indiana, a town of 8,600, and dropped into local bar The Venue. Soon enough, his cover was blown, so he hopped onstage to lend a hand to cover band Bonafide, drumming along to Andy Grammer's hit song “Honey, I'm Good”.
Unsurprisingly, Bieber's surprise appearance at the bar was quickly documented and shared via selfies, leading to a packed house.
But what was Justin Bieber doing in a tiny town in the Midwest? The first theory was reported by newly famous bar The Venue, which commented on its Facebook wall that Bieber “is in town attending the Auctions America auction.” The annual event is a meeting place for car collectors, and since Bieber is a noted car nut, the theory checks out.
The other speculation involves one of Bieber's friends named Rory Kramer. According to a YouTube page, Kramer is a “professional life liver” who ironically films himself doing some extreme activities that probably count as the exact opposite. Kramer lives in Angola and Bieber confirmed his visit in an Instagram thanking him for his hospitality.
Source: Yahoo! Music