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Justin Bieber attends the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 03, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Justin Bieber has returned to performing after his diagnosis of face-paralyzing Ramsay Hunt Syndrome in June. At a recent concert, he spoke out against racism.

Performing in Trondeheim, Norway, on Sunday (August 7), the Canadian crooner, 28, told the screaming crowd, “So when we created the Justice album, we wanted to make an intentional moment. A moment of unity, a moment of acceptance, a moment of belonging. In this world, there’s a lot of division, and what justice is, is for us to all come together.”

“We know that racism is evil,” he continued. “It’s wrong. But you and I, we get to be the difference-makers. We get to be the ones to stand with our brothers and sisters and make a change. So I’m so grateful to have each and every one of you guys here tonight being a part of this message, being a part of this journey.”

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Bieber apologized to fans after announcing his hiatus from touring due to the paralysis on one side of his face, noting that it was “pretty serious” and that he’d need to work on facial exercises to get back to normal.

“I wish this wasn’t the case but obviously my body is telling me I gotta slow down,” he said in June. “I hope you guys understand, and I’m using this time to just rest and relax and get back to 100% so I can do what I was born to do. But in the meantime, this ain’t it.”

His wife, model Hailey Bieber, shared in a June interview on Live With Kelly and Ryan that their relationship was strengthened due to the hardship. “It really brings us close,” Hailey said. “I’ll take that away from everything.”

Justin Bieber’s 11 Best Songs Of All Time Ranked

The month of March kicks off with a very important holiday — Justin Bieber’s birthday. The “Peaches” singer turns 28 today and if that in itself doesn’t make you feel old, well our ranking of his best songs of all time might.

See which Justin Bieber songs made the top of our list below.

  • 11. Beauty And A Beat ft. Nicki Minaj

    Justin Bieber landed this ultimate collaboration with Nicki Minaj back in 2012. Taking place at a water park, Justin wrote, directed and shot the wild party music video.

  • 10. Love Yourself

    A more serious of Bieber’s song, we love how the choreography for the music video for “Love Yourself” tells the story like a short film.

  • 9. Intentions ft. Quavo

    The song’s lyrics are full of compliments towards both Bieber’s and Quavo’s love-interests: Hailey Bieber and Saweetie. The artists have worked together three times, with the previous two taking part in collaborations with DJ Khaled.

  • 8. Baby ft. Ludacris

    We still sing, “baby, baby, baby oh” to this day! That’s how you know J-Biebs has a timeless hit. Who noticed that fellow Canadian Drake was in the music video?!

  • 7. Somebody To Love Remix ft. Usher

    Add Usher to a Justin Bieber song and you have a guaranteed song that will make you dance.

  • 6. Peaches ft. Daniel Caesar, Giveon

    “Peaches”is an ode to different regions of the US, with Georgia and its famous peaches being the central focus.

  • 5. STAY with The Kid LAROI

    Though the two artists are ten years apart, there sure are many similarities in their singing styles which is why we love this collaboration so much.

  • 4, As Long As You Love Me ft. Big Sean

    The collaboration with Big Sean in 2012 surprised many people for “As Long As You Love Me,” but Bieber’s new sound showed he had become more mature.

  • 3. No Sense ft. Travi$ Scott

    One of his more underrated songs, this collaboration with Travis Scott is a slower, sexier tune than we’re used to.

  • 2. Where Are Ü Now with Skrillex & Diplo

    This song has been remixed so many times by different EDM artists, but what is more impressive is the longevity of airplay “Where Are Ü Now” still gets in 2022.

  • 1. Sorry

    Arguably his best song to date, “Sorry” finds the singer saying sorry to his lost love and asking for a second chance. The song’s dance beat was produced by Skrillex, who Bieber collabed with on the hit single “Where Are Ü Now.”