Justin Bieber will take the stage on Sunday (Oct. 25) at the MTV EMAs.
MTV has announced that Justin will be performing live in Milan at the MTV European Music Awards. His performance will follow the release of his highly anticipated new single "Sorry". No word yet on what song he will be performing on Sunday, but Justin hinted at new material in a press release revealing: "I’m excited to share this performance and this new material with my fans around the world." So it's pretty safe to assume that fans can expect to see him perform "Sorry" live for the first time. Justin shared his excitement to be returning to the EMAs stage, saying: "The EMAs are always a blast. I’m glad to be back and it’s going to be fun." He's been killing all his live performances lately, from the VMAs to the Today Show, so this Sunday's performance shouldn't disappoint.
In addition to performing, Justin is also nominated in 6 categories including Worldwide Act: North America, Best Pop and Best Male.
— MTV EMA (@mtvema) October 22, 2015
In case you missed it, Justin released "Sorry" ahead of schedule.
You can listen to it here:
The MTV EMAs air this Sunday and will be hosted by Ed Sheeran and Ruby Rose. Previously announced performers include Pharrell Williams, Ed Sheeran & Rudimental, Ellie Goulding, Jason Derulo, Tori Kelly and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.