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Why didn’t Justin Bieber join Hailey Bieber on the Vanity Fair Oscars red carpet?


The Vanity Fair Oscars party is one of the more premiere events that has become as important as the main event itself over the past few years.

Justin and Hailey Bieber have made headlines for many reasons ranging from sharing adorable photos with each other to their online feud with Selena Gomez. The duo recently made headlines for not appearing on the red carpet as a married couple at the Vanity Fair Oscar party.

Some fans also previously accused the Peaches singer of shaming his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez over the souvenirs he handed out on his birthday. The keepsake said he was thankful he didn’t end up with the things he thought he wanted.

Here’s everything we know about why Justin Bieber and wife Hailey Bieber didn’t appear on the red carpet.

Justin Bieber at the Vanity Fair Oscars red carpet

Justin Bieber totally decided to skip this to avoid the paparazzi by not walking the carpet with Hailey Bieber. The singer snuck into the party through the back entrance. Page Six reported that Bieber wasn’t looking good. He even wrapped a blanket around his shoulders and a baseball cap backwards while looking hunched over. Onlookers also reported that the Peach singer was acting strangely.

However, the photos shared inside the party saw Justin looking cheerful and calm. He’s even been photographed with Elizabeth Banks and Yara Shahidi. Bieber reportedly sat next to Clippers player Russell Westbrook and had a lot of fun.

But Justin Bieber was not photographed with Hailey Bieber on the red carpet or inside the party. This was making people speculate that Justin Bieber might distance himself from his wife Hailey Bieber due to her renewed feud with Selena Gomez.

Also read: Fact Check: Did Justin Bieber react to Selena Gomez’s performance at the 2019 AMAs; Viral video debunked

Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.