Justin Bieber Confesses He Really Was Emotional At The VMAs!

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THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON -- Episode 0321 -- Pictured: (l-r) Singer-songwriter Justin Bieber during an interview with host Jimmy Fallon on September 2, 2015 -- (Photo by: Douglas Gorenstein/NBC)

Yes, we’ve all become jaded by celeb and their antics, but Justin Bieber confesses he did in fact get emotional at the VMAs after performing his new song, ‘What Do You Mean.’ Before talking aboutthe difficulties wearing a harness. “It was so overwhelming for me, everything—just the performance. I missed some cues, so I was a little disappointed at that, and just everyone and just their support. I was, honestly—let me breathe for a second—I just wasn’t expecting them to support me in the way they did. Last time I was at an awards show, I was booed.”

Bieber continued, “I think it’s just like I’ve worked so hard at this album, I’ve worked so hard at just becoming the man I want to become, and then stepping into situations, you just can’t help but feel judged. So, I was just feeling judged and wanting to win so badly, and just wanting to do what I love so badly that I just put everything on the line. And I think that that was what was so special about the emotional moment at the end, that it was authentic. It was real. It was like I was really just wanting it so bad. I don’t know. I’m just ranting now.”

Justin did admit to having to many knuckleheads around him the past few years. “I just had a bunch of knuckleheads around me. I went through a place of trying to figure it out. You have to test the waters . . . I just happened to be in the spotlight and in front of cameras all the time, and they caught all those moments.”

THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON -- Episode 0321 -- Pictured: Musical guest Justin Bieber performs with The Roots on September 2, 2015 -- (Photo by: Douglas Gorenstein/NBC)

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