Justin Bieber Crashes Kanye West’s Sunday Service, Performs in Church Choir

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Kim Kardashian shared several videos to her personal Instagram Story on Sunday, February 23, that showed Justin Bieber giving a performance of “Never Would Have Made It” by Marvin Sapp.

The clip only showed the back of Bieber’s head, but it wasn’t hard for fans to recognize the 25-year-old, considering his unique vocals and hairstyle.

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Not only that, but Kardashian also tagged Justin Bieber’s Instagram account in the clip, which he also ended up sharing on social media.

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Justin Bieber Hinted That He’d Like to Take Part in Kanye West’s Weekly Sunday Services

It shouldn’t come as any surprise that Justin Bieber performed in one of Kanye West’s weekly Sunday church services, since he’d already expressed interest in doing just that. When TMZ asked Bieber if he’d be interested in performing during one of the services last July, Bieber offered a simple “yeah.”

Bieber’s performance wasn’t the only musical event during the service. Kanye’s choir also sang praises over music by Nas (“Everything”), and Roddy Ricch (“Ballin'”, “The Box”), among others. The Sunday Service has visited many cities across the USA, including Los Angeles, Miami, Detroit, Washington, D.C. New York and Salt Lake City.

Last week, Kanye returned to his hometown in Chicago for one of his Sunday Services ahead of the 2020 NBA All-Star Game. Kanye’s service drew large crowds of supporters.

Kanye has previously hosted other stars such as Chance the Rapper and Brad Pitt.

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Justin Bieber Lands #1 Album on Billboard 200 With ‘Changes

It has been almost five years since Justin Bieber last released a full-length project, and he made his long-awaited return just last week with Changes, which scored the singer’s seventh No. 1 album on the Billboard 200.

Changes also became the third-highest debut of 2020, following Eminem’s Music to Be Murdered By and Manic by Halsey. Bieber chronicled the making of Changes in his revealing new YouTube series Seasons.

“What’s been challenging over the years is a lot of the time I’d make music and it would be for me,” said Bieber. “When the focus and the goal is about yourself, you tend to lose your purpose in that.”

“The older that I get, the more I realize I’m not utilizing my gift for the right reasons,” he continued. “It’s not about me. It’s about helping someone who’s going through whatever they’re going through.”

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