Justin Bieber arguably overshadowed The Voice finale last night (December 17), and its winner — Spoiler Alert: Team Adam’s Jordan Smith — with a show-stopping performance.

Bieber’s initial action plan was to remind the audience that he’s a competent musician: He played a somber piano version of “Sorry” that sounded so earnest, it nearly made for a brief moment of discomfort. But he quickly upped the tempo, switching to the track’s original dancehall incarnation. Flanked by dancers, Bieber glided across the stage in his now-signature stage-wear: a baseball cap pulled low across his face -- sadly obscuring his trendy, bleach blond hair -- an earth-toned t-shirt beneath a sleeveless hoodie, earth-toned pants and some sort of sneaker. SO NORMCORE CHIC.

If Bieber's performance on The Voice has you dying to see him live, you're in luck: The "What Do You Mean?" singer recently announced an upcoming headlining tour in support of his recent album Purpose. The tour's North American leg kicks off on March 9 at the KeyArena at Seattle Center in Seattle and ends on July 18 at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. After a two month break, Bieber will head overseas to begin the international leg, starting with the September 14 show in Berlin and ending on November 25 in Lisbon, Portugal. Check out the full list of tour dates here.

Watch Bieber perform "Sorry" on The Voice in the above video.

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