Justin Bieber made a touching appearance on the 2015 VMAs last night when he performed at the awards show for the first time in five years.
Bieber got choked up and was overcome with emotion when his performance ended.
Watch Justin Biebers performance at the VMAs here
According to TMZ.com, although Justin included a message about his “journey” — with clear religious undertones his break down was more about a sense of relief that he got through the comeback performance.
Tokyo takes the Little League World Series winners title!
FINAL SCORE: Tokyo 18 – Pennsylvania 11!
With more than 42,000 fans cheering against them, the Tokyo players found themselves down eight runs in the first inning of the Little League championship game against Lewisberry, Pennsylvania.
That brought out manager Junji Hidaka’s inner Yogi Berra and sparked a record rally that saw the Kitasua Little League pound out 22 hits in an 18-11 comeback victory in a battle of undefeated teams.
“I told the players it doesn’t end until it ends,” Hidaka said through a translator.
Isaac Garcia hit a three-run home run in the top of the sixth inning to lift Texas over Mexico, 6-4, to win the Little League World Series third-place game in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, on Sunday.
Texas lost to Pennsylvania in the U.S. championship game on Saturday while Mexico lost to Japan in the international bracket.
The third-place game was a perfect chance for redemption, and Texas took advantage, winning a thriller over Mexico, who couldn’t capitalize on Raul Leon’s two home runs.
Kevin Gates…did you seriously need to kick a fan in the chest?Nope, shame on you, that wasn’t nice!
Rapper Kevin Gates would seriously prefer that he doesn’t like to be touched while he’s on stage.
Gates, was performing in at Rumors, a club in Lakeland, Florida Friday night when a female fan grabbed on to his shorts.
Watch Video Here: Kevin Gates Kicks Fan!
It was then that Gates reacted by kicking her in the chest. She was okay…and reportedly remained at the concert for the remainder of the show.
American Pharoah, may have lost the race…but he didn’t lose the rein and is still the undisputed champ in the world of horse racing.
The triple crown winner lost his first race today in a shocking finish at the Travers Stakes in Saratoga.
American Pharoah lead the pack of nine for most of the race. However, from out of no where came Keen Ice, trained by Dale Romans and ridden by Javier Castellano, to win by three -quarters of a length.