Justin Bieber cancels ‘Late Show’ and Thanksgiving Day Parade appearances amid …

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Justin Bieber breaks 51-year-old Beatles record.

In the midst of his promo run for his latest chart topper “Purpose,” the often embattled singer has pulled out of not one but two major appearances at the 11th hour. In the battle of all battles, Justin Bieber’s new album, Purpose, managed to top One Direction’s competing album on the Billboard charts this past week, but even more impressively, the oft-shameful Canadian treasure has beaten the likes of The Beatles to have the most songs in the Hot 100 in a single week. Late Monday the star announced on Twitter that he would not be traveling to New York City, pulling out of the appearances for undisclosed personal reasons.

With 17 songs on the December 5th edition of Billboard’s Hot 100, Bieber has surpassed the record of 14 songs previously held by The Beatles on April 11, 1964, led by “Can’t Buy Me Love” and “Twist and Shout” at Nos. 1 and 2, and fellow Canuck Drake on March 7 and October 17 of this year. The Fab Four held on to the crown until earlier this year, when rapper Drake managed to equal it – twice – with tracks from his two albums – If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late and What A Time to Be Alive.

He offered an apology to “The Late Show,” and promised to make it up to the show before separately tweeting Colbert, writing: “thank you for the understanding as sometimes life kicks our …. and we need to deal with it. Thank you.” “Purpose” sold 522,000 copies in its first week, a sales record that Adele crushed a few days later with behemoth sales of her own comeback record.

Well, the 21-year-old cleverly happened to release music videos for every single song on his new album, except for the track “All In It,” which likely has greater things in store. Taking to the stage in- rather strangely – a hoodie the star thrilled the crowd with his complex dance routine, which was kicked up a notch when it began raining. Bieber’s album, which critics have widely lauded, also shattered Spotify’s global record for most streams in the first week of an album’s release after logging 205 million streams across the globe, according to Nielsen Music. While he kept his Calvin Klein body underwraps, seeing the star flicking his dripping wet about was enough for the star studded crowd who went wild for his performance.

On/off girlfriend Selena Gomez – who was spotted getting close with Justin over the weekend – was in the audience and no doubt approved of his sexy display. Bieber broke the Internet in the most embarrassing way when fully nude photos of the star on vacation snapped by a pap were widely circulated and analyzed.

After rabid fans got overly excited upon his arrival in a Melbourne airport, he took to Snapchat to ask them to be more respectful and laid out his rules of engagement when it came to asking for selfies (“If you start screaming louder that’s not going to make me want to take a photo more,” he offered). And he even halted one performance to scold fans that they were clapping off-beat before demonstrating the correct way to clap to his music. “If you’re going to clap, at least clap on-beat.” “I don’t always handle things the right way but I’m human and I’m working on getting better at responding not reacting,” Bieber wrote in a lengthy mea culpa after the Oslo incident. But as he’s continued to prove onstage — including most recently at the American Music Awards, where he closed the show with a spectacular medley — music speaks louder than words.

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