Justin Bieber Performing “Company,” “Sorry” at 2016 Billboard Music Awards

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The 2016 Billboard Music Awards lineup has received its highest profile addition yet.

Dick Clark Productions confirms that Justin Bieber will perform a medley of his most recent single “Sorry” and his Hot 100 chart-topper “Sorry” at this year’s show.

While the “Sorry” performance is logical given its success this past year, the “Company” decision is intriguing, given that Def Jam is no longer actively promoting the song at pop radio.

Bieber, who is in the running for Top Artist, joins a lineup that includes DNCE, The Go-Go’s, Shawn Mendes and P!nk. More names will be announced soon.

Ludacris and Ciara co-host the May 22 show, which will air beginning at 8PM ET on ABC.

Written by Brian Cantor

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