Bieber's hockey education of Fallon naturally resulted in puck jokes, made-up player names, inopportune urination urges, a round of "backhand shots and backhanded compliments," a mustache roast, and a run-through of "O Canada." Catch the full experience up top. Bieber will also be appearing on Friday's Tonight Show, hopefully with a performance of, say, "Available."
The long-awaited Changes was preceded by the launch of an accompanying YouTube documentary series titled Seasons, which saw Bieber reflecting on everything from marriage to his previous struggle with substance abuse.
"My life is changing a lot," Bieber explained in the first episode. "Getting married, getting back into the studio… being creative with being in this new chapter and being happy about what I'm doing … being in a good headspace." When you're back to doing "what you are good at," Bieber added, you start to "feel like you're where you're supposed to be."
Expect more reflection of this level this weekend when Apple Music drops the Zane Lowe x Justin Bieber interview:
Changes is out now.