Justin Bieber started out on YouTube under the banner of kidrauhl, singing pop songs filmed by way of handicam. But that was more than a major motion picture, three studio albums, five years, 15 million album sales, 23 million Twitter followers, 44 million Facebook fans, 3 billion video views, and one Scooter Braun ago.
It would be an understatement to say a lot has happened to Bieber between that first Ne-Yo cover and now. It’s more like what’s happened to Bieber between that first Ne-Yo cover and now is a rise to an inconceivable startum of stardom at a rate that puts exponential to shame. And now Bieber’s returning to the place it all began to get up close and personal with his fans about his journey from small town talent show phenom to international mega pop star.
YouTube Presents will present a live Q&A with Justin Bieber on June 21 at 7PM Eastern, emceed by with Bieber impersonator extraordinaire Jimmy Fallon. Beliebers will have the opportunity to ask the Biebs whatever question they so desire by way of YouTube.com/kidrauhl until midnight Eastern on June 20.
Justin Bieber is the latest musician to be featured in the YouTube Presents lineup. The channel’s brought live performances and interactive Q&A sessions to the online masses headlined by household names like Taylor Swift, Lenny Kravitz, The Shins, Common, Def Leppard, and more.