Justin Bieber Walks Out Of Cringeworthy Interview With Spanish Radio Station

How do you say awkward in Spanish?

Over the course of his career, Justin Bieber has conducted a symphony of uncomfortable interviews -- our favorite being his hilarious 2014 deposition in the lawsuit with a paparazzo.

On Wednesday, the Biebs gave us another awkward moment to savor for years to come in an interview with the Spanish radio station Vodafone yu.

The pop star, who clearly doesn't know a lick of Spanish, abruptly exited the interview with no explanation. Although he seemed irritated from the start, Bieber was subjected to some pretty inane questions about his partying habits, romantic status and even whether he dresses himself.

The interview is particularly difficult to watch during the Spanish-only sections where Bieber grows increasingly disinterested.

The two hosts and the translator, who might need to find another line of work, remain oblivious to the singer's discontent throughout and scream his name, as he ducks out of the room.

Bieber has, of course, been promoting his fourth album "Purpose," which debuts in November. He revealed the tracklist via Twitter on Wednesday by posting pictures of song names painted in graffiti in different cities around the world.

The music video for his latest smash "Sorry" has drawn some attention recently mostly because Bieber isn't actually in it.

Did you miss him? We didn't think so.

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