Justin Bieber is set to do a series of performances in Australia, including one on the “X Factor Australia” before he heads to New Zealand.

Bieber will perform at the 2DayFM’s World Famous Rooftop in Melbourne tonight before he serenades “X Factor Australia” audience with his latest hit single “What Do You Mean?” in Sydney on Tuesday night, and performs a concert at Sydney Harbour on September 30th.


Justin’s performances Down Under is part of his promotion for both his “What Do You Mean?” single and his highly anticipated fourth album, which is set to release on November 13.

The pop singer is also scheduled to do an acoustic show for 150 people at a yet-to-be announced location in New Zealand on October 1, according to the New Zealand Herald.

Bieber last performed in the country in 2013 as part of his “Believe” tour.

The Canadian singer’s “What Do You Mean?” hit has climbed to No. 1 on the US iTunes Singles Sales chart in five minutes after it was released last August 28, Inquisitr reported.  This makes the single the fastest selling track on that chart. To date, it has topped 90 iTunes charts around the world, Inquisitr added.

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Meanwhile, among the 12 finalists of “X Factor” Australia, Davis Villanueva, Louise Adams and Natalie Conway faced off during Sunday’s performance, news.au.co reported.

But it was “X Factor” host Luke Jacobz who made headlines following his awkward question to contestant Cyrus Villanueva.

Villanueva, who performed Justin Bieber’s hit “Boyfriend,” was caught off guard when Jacobz popped the question: “Cyrus, I have a question for you, will you be my boyfriend?” during his post-performance interview.

Viewers were shocked of Jacobz’s attempt to inject humor on the show. Some fans reacted on social media on what happened.


Dannii Minogue’s under-25 girls may be in danger after singer and coach James Blunt openly criticized her about her song selection. Blunt also took aim at another coach, Chris Isaak, for his choice of tune.

“X Factor” Australia will return tomorrow (Sept 29) for the first elimination show of this season.