"What Do You Mean" singer/songwriter, Justin Bieber supposedly has appearances on Stephen Colbert's "The Late Night Show" and Thanksgiving Parade. However, the 21-year-old artist announced he can't appear in the said events due to personal reasons.
Some productions sources told Entertainment Tonight that after his appearance on "The Late Night Show," "Purpose" singer will go to New York on Tuesday evening to shoot his parade performance. However, the productions learned the cancellation of his Bieber's appearance.
Bieber didn't give any details about the cancellation of his appearance, but the pop star apologized for not appearing on the show due to such personal reasons through Twitter.
"My apologies to @colbertlateshow as I won't be able to make it to NYC tomorrow for the show. I look forward to making it up to you soon," he wrote.
His previous tweet was followed up by another tweet, mentioning Colbert. "@StephenAtHome thank you for the understanding as sometimes life kicks our ass, and we need to deal with it. I will see u soon. Thank you," he wrote.
ET tried to reach out the pop star through Twitter. Unfortunately, the "Baby" hitmaker didn't reply for further details about the cancellation of his appearance.
Although Bieber won't make it to attend "The Thanksgiving Day Parade" on CBS, the holiday special will feature portions from the 89th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The parade show will be hosted bt ET's Kevin Frazier. Expect Broadway productions by Jersey Boys and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.
Other celebrities who will drop by during the parade are "The Good Wife" actress Renee Elise Goldsberry, Kinky Boots star Wayne Brady, George Takei and model Taylor Hill.
"The Thanksgiving Parade" will be aired live from 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. on CBS.