Justin Bieber will tackle past mistakes on Purpose World Tour
Justin Bieber plans to open his tour by "abstractly" addressing his past mistakes.
The 21-year-old singer is set to embark on his third world tour in support of his latest album 'Purpose' and is expected to arrive on stage following a visual metaphor of his downfall and subsequent rise.
A source said: "[It begins with] abstract visuals of Justin falling through a dark, clouded atmosphere. He will be screaming, reaching and possibly passing through barriers as he descends into the dark unknown."
As the VT shows him falling down, he will reportedly explain, in his own words, his experiences over the last few years before he realises the error of his ways and begins ascending "gracefully and slowly toward the heavens" as he makes his entrance on stage, TMZ reports.
Meanwhile, the 'Love Yourself' hitmaker previously admitted he needs to learn from his own mistakes.
He said: "You have to make the conscious effort, because for me, so many times it was good people coming in my life and tugging at me, but I wasn't ready. They're like, 'Justin, come on.' But I wasn't ready to take that leap and be like, 'OK, this is what I want to change, this is who I am, and this is not who I am.'
"It takes moments of clarity to be like, 'Oh, that's why I'm not like this. That's why I shouldn't do this.' I mean, maybe I'm a bad influence, but for me I was like, no, I'm going to do this until I feel like I shouldn't be doing this. Maybe I was wrong, but that's how I learn, and I feel like I'm much better for it."