Justin Bieber Covers Justin Timberlake's 'Cry Me a River' during Brooklyn Concert

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Even the Biebs seemed to celebrate Justin Timberlake releasing new music for the first time in years.

Justin Bieber paid tribute to the former boy bander by covering his hit, "Cry Me a River," at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Thursday, just ahead of the Timberlake dropping his new catchy tune “Can’t Stop the Feeling.”

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The venue took to Twitter to share a video of the special moment during the show.

“JB covering JT,” it captioned the brief clip where the 22-year-old pop star can be seen sitting down with his guitar really getting into the music.

This isn’t the first time Bieber has covered "Cry Me a River" during his Purpose World Tour. He also treated fans to the acoustic song during a Louisville, Kentucky show in late April.

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Also, let’s not forget when Bieber’s ex Selena Gomez belted out the heartfelt ballad back in 2013 amid the young couple’s infamous on-again, off-again relationship.

Shortly after Thursday’s concert, Bieber shared with his fans how “lucky” he is to share these moments with them.

“I am so glad God is able to move even when people are blind to it.. I am the one on that stage but I am nothing without a light shining through,” he wrote.

“I'm such an average, ordinary person that doesn't deserve the praise. I believe it belongs to my God! Thank you God for showing up when we need you the most!”

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