For the first time in the 13-year history of ABC’s Emmy® award-winning talk and entertainment program, “The View,” a featured musical guest will make two consecutive appearances this March, Bill Geddie, executive producer, announced today.
Canadian Pop/R&B sensation Justin Bieber is familiar with screaming girls and mayhem. Bieber is one of the hottest young stars on the music scene today and is set to make history on “The View” as the first artist to make back-to-back appearances/performances on the show, live, MONDAY, MARCH 22 and TUESDAY, MARCH 23 (11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon, ET). He will perform an acoustic version of “Never Let You Go” and then, with his band, perform his new single, “Baby,” off his forthcoming second album, “My World 2.0” (set to drop of March 23). Bieber will also be interviewed by the show’s five hosts.
His debut album, “My World,” was released in Nov. 2009 and featured guest vocals from Usher, who signed Bieber to a record deal with Island Records and featured “Favorite Girl,” “One Time,” “Love Me” and “One Less Lonely Girl.” Bieber has performed for the President and Mrs. Obama. Most recently he was a vocalist on the 25th anniversary remake of “We Are the World” to benefit Haiti. Beiber sings the opening line of the song, originally performed by Lionel Richie in 1985.