Justin Bieber Plays Impromptu Piano Set at Toronto Pub

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Justin Bieber

He sang his own hit "Sorry" along with snippets of OneRepublic's "Apologize" and the Beatles' "Let It Be."

Patrons of Toronto’s Fifth Pubhouse found themselves watching a surprise Justin Bieber performance Friday night, according to TMZ. The singer was reportedly at the bar alone, having a drink and watching a Raptors game, before deciding to sit at the piano to play a short set.

Video footage has surfaced of Bieber singing his own hit “Sorry,” snippets of covers of OneRepublic’s “Apologize” and the Beatles’ “Let It Be,” and even bits of Beethoven’s "Für Elise.”

Bieber’s weekend also included collecting a handful of 2016 MTV EMAs — including honors for biggest fans, best Canadian act and best song (for “Sorry”) — although he did not attend the Rotterdam, Netherlands, ceremony.

Check out clips of his pubhouse piano performance below.

This story first appeared on Billboard.com.