Washington DC: Justin Bieber recently showed his patriotic side as the singer was seen supporting Canada at the opening ceremony of the 2015 Special Olympics World Games.
The 21-year-old singer stood alongside the Canadian team and helped the participants in getting pumped up during the first day of the nine-day event in Los Angeles, California, reported People magazine.
Sharing a video of himself wherein he was seen chanting "Let's go Canada," the 'Baby' hit-maker tweeted, "Turn on @espn now! Let's to Canada."
Bieber, who was wearing a gingham shirt and straw fedora for the event, also posed for photos with pal Cody Simpson, Maria Shriver and Maria Menounos.