Usher Opens Up About Music & Justin Bieber In ‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’ Preview

Published On September 16, 2012 | Celeb Facts, Celebrities, Television

Oprah most recently sat down with Usher for the latest episode of ‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’ and he reveals a lot to the legendary talk show host. In the latest teaser for the upcoming episode, Oprah asks him, “Have you or do you make love to your own music?” Before replying, he lets out a chuckle and says, “Some may say this would be rather narcissistic, but yeah.”

Apart from his musical ‘Climax,’ he also opened up about signing Justin Bieber a few years ago, a move that we’re sure he’s glad he did. “I saw a future of an artist that was very bright based off of his passion,” he says.

“He was passionate man. I saw the potential of success. It was left up to him and I always told him that. I said you can go as far as you want to go if you want to go there. He has the talent, he has the know how and he also has an incredible mentor.”

Usher addressed his New Look Foundation as well telling Oprah, “Through all of my own experiences I am able to give a point of reference. I give them my perspective and allow them to either grow from it or not. More than often the children, the kids, the youth that I have been able to mentor grow from it.”

Usher’s sit down on ‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’ airs today (September 16th) at 9 P.M. ET on OWN.

Watch Usher Talk Signing Justin Bieber On ‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’ Below:

 

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