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Justin Bieber talks about being single on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’

7 December 2016 Entertainment News


Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Justin Bieber is not romantically linked to anyone as he revealed that he is not dating and is not looking for love when he dropped by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”

Bieber was at the Monday episode of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and it marked his 26th appearance on the show. During the first part of his interview with DeGeneres, they showed photos of him in the past during his first appearances on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and at one point, the host said that she gave Bieber a car for his 18th birthday, which was also shown on the show.

The two then talked about the love life of Bieber and hi exact words were “I am not dating anybody. Single. I’m not really looking either.” DeGeneres tried to ask Bieber if he has tried Tinder or if he is on Tinder when he is on the road as he has been touring for his Purpose World Tour. He noted that he has never been on Tinder or any other dating apps and that he is not curious to try.

The 22-year-old, however, said that the most difficult thing when he is out on the road is about being alone all the time. He pointed out that he has his dog, Esther, with him but that’s pretty much the company he has. He also said that his younger brother often visits him when he is on the road.

Bieber is currently on break from his Purpose world tour and the Australian and Mexican leg will be resuming next year. He will also be having a stadium tour in the United States, which will start August next year in California. The audiences present during the Monday episode of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” were able to get free tickets to the stadium shows of Bieber. The first stadium tour will be at the Rose Bowl in California and will end in Toronto in September.

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