WATCH: Justin Bieber plays solo Beethoven, Beatles in Toronto bar
Justin will perform live at DY Patil Stadium, Mumbai, on May 10. Photograph: (Getty)
Canadian mega-star Justin Bieber came alone to a Toronto bar, where he ordered a beer and watched some basketball, the CBC reports.
The host of the Fifth Pubhouse bar, Dale McDermott, said it took him a little while before he recognised the super celeb, CBC reports. "It was surreal."
"We're a sports bar, and the Raptors game was on. He came in to watch the game," he said.
The two began a conversation. Bieber reportedly asking McDermott about his hometown Dublin, Ireland. McDermott told the CBC, "He was very friendly and kind". Bieber even mimicked his Irish accent.
When The Biebs noticed a grand piano, he asked to play a few songs and was, of course, granted permission.
He played Let It Be, his own song Sorry, and some of Beethoven's Fur Elise.
Watch the full performance here:
McDermott reflected on his experience meeting Bieber on the social media platform, Twitter.
Last night while I was working in my bar Justin Bieber came in on his own to get a few beers. We talked about Ireland and his visit. pic.twitter.com/xcWY2bIDeF— Dale McDermott (@dalemcdermott) November 5, 2016
He was a very genuine guy and was intrigued at my move to Toronto. He wished me all the best and even mimicked my accent! Nice experience.— Dale McDermott (@dalemcdermott) November 5, 2016
Bieber has had some high-profile meltdowns in the past, but on this night, the pub owner told CBC that Bieber was gracious to customers and staff.