WATCH: Justin Bieber walks out of bizarre Spanish interview live on air

WATCH: Justin Bieber walks out of bizarre Spanish interview live on air

Justin Bieber was caught up in one of the most awkward interviews ever on Spanish radio on Wednesday - so awkward that he got up and left, live on air.

The interview was conducted by three DJs, who casually asked the standard interview questions:

“Behind a great artist there's always a great woman, so... any woman? Behind the looks?”

“Why are you apologizing for being a superstar".

“You go to disco, you party in discos? You are now 21, you can now drink and go to disco?”

After each question the trio laughed and conversed among themselves in Spanish, leaving the 21-year-old looking visibly uncomfortable.

Unaware of the singer’s mood, the hosts then asked Bieber to help them ‘break the internet’.

It was then Justin stormed out of the studio.

What do you mean, Justin? What do you mean?

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