Justin Bieber has alienated his fans enough over the past few weeks.
Over the course of his recent "Purpose Tour" stops, Bieber has screamed at the crowd multiple times for daring to cheer and yell while he tried to have a profound conversation with them.
In late October, he even stormed off the stage out of irritation (and immaturity).
So we can understand why Bieber wanted to perform at the American Music Awards on Sunday night... even if he wasn't actually present at the ceremony in Los Angeles.
The singer has burned enough bridges with supporters this fall. He had to try and make it up to them.
That's why Justin used the magic of satellite technology to have his performance of "Let Me Love You" in Italy beamed in to the live broadcast of the AMAs on ABC.
The artist - who was up for five American Music Awards; Artist of the Year, Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist, Favorite Pop/Rock Album (Purpose), Favorite Pop/Rock Song (“Love Yourself”) and Video of the Year (“Sorry”) - rocked a black t-shirt and did not disappoint via video.
This marked the sixth time that Bieber has taken to the American Music Awards stage.
WATCH HIM DO SO BELOW: