Justin Bieber Gives Impromptu Performance of The Beatles’ “Let It Be,” Beethoven’s “Für Elise” and More at Toronto Bar

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Pop sensation Justin Bieber gave some unsuspecting bar-goers the surprise of a lifetime Friday night when he took over Toronto’s Fifth Pubhouse for an impromptu solo performance.

Apparently, the 22-year-old singer, who is home after touring overseas, dropped by the pub by himself to grab a beer and watch the Toronto Raptors game.

“He came in, and at first, I didn’t realize,” bartender Dale McDermott told CBC News. “Then I thought, oh, that’s actually Justin Bieber. It was surreal.”

Later in the evening, Justin spotted a grand piano in the corner and asked to play a few songs. Obviously, the employees said yes and Justin went on to give a mini-concert that included covers of The Beatles’ “Let It Be,” OneRepublic’s “Apologize and ” Beethoven’s “Fur Elise,” as well as a few of his own hits.

Thankfully for us, a few of the lucky bar-goers captured the moment and shared it on social media.

Now, if this were me, I definitely would have past out from being starstruck, but it seems like these people played it pretty cool.

Dale later tweeted that Justin was “a very genuine guy.”