On Tuesday night, fans were gifted with Justin Bieber's return to the James Corden-hosted Late Late Show segment, complete with an opening run-through of his 2019 Ed Sheeran collab "I Don't Care."
Bieber and Corden also carpool karaoke'd the Changes singles "Yummy" and "Intentions," as well as earlier discography highlights like the Purpose cut "Love Yourself" and the 2009 hit "One Less Lonely Girl." The two even snuck in a quick rendition of Lisa Kudrow's "Smelly Cat" from Friends.
Also included here is a discussion on Bieber's previous headlines marathon surrounding a playful fight challenge to Tom Cruise. "I was just being stupid, to be honest," Bieber explained. "Not stupid, but then people were like 'Yeah, I wanna see this happen' and then I was like, 'You know what? That could actually be funny.' And I would have done it."
Also on Tuesday, Bieber shared the country remix of "Yummy" featuring Florida Georgia Line:
The Changes era has also been complemented by the release of an extended interview with Apple Music's Zane Lowe, as well as the ongoing YouTube docuseries Seasons. The most recent episode gave viewers a behind-the-scenes look at Changes album release preparations, including the shoot of the "Yummy" video: