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Thursday 18 December 2014

Bieber's pants fall down on stage

Singer Justin Bieber had problems with his baggy trousers
Singer Justin Bieber had problems with his baggy trousers

Justin Bieber almost lost his trousers on stage, as they began to fall down in the middle of a concert.

The 19-year-old pop star was performing in Jacksonville, Florida wearing a pair of bright red leather trousers, no shirt and black underwear.

Justin can be seen in video footage published on Gossip Cop with the trousers slipping right down to his knees as he performs his hits Boyfriend and Baby.

The Canadian singer looks awkward as he grabs the crotch of the pants with one hand to prevent them falling right off, and attempts to continue the dance routine one-handed. He keeps performing, but is constantly trying to adjust his trousers, and at one point even puts his hand in one pocket to try and hold them up.

Justin is a fan of baggy trousers with a low crotch, worn low on the hips. But even he looked like he was thinking his pants were sinking too low.

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