Bieber ‘apology’ video has people really talking

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Perhaps it was because Justin Bieber made a bad impression at a taping of Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show Wednesday, but only a few hours later, the pop superstar posted an intriguing video, expressing a lot of emotion as he apologized to his fans, who number in the millions.

In the video, Bieber admitted he has been covering up his real feelings for the past year and a half, but he promised he would make every effort to change.

Sources told TMZ that the singer “kinda bombed” on “Ellen,” seemed very nervous and gave the talk show host “one word answers” to her questions.

In his posted video confession, Bieber said, “I was afraid of what people are thinking about me right now” and wanted his fans to know that he is not the kind of guy who would say, “I don’t give a f—,” or at least he is not that type of person any longer.

Watch it here:

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