Perhaps you've heard Justin Bieber has a new album, Changes, out today (Feb. 14). So, of course, the singer celebrated on Thursday night (Feb. 13) by doing the thing everyone does when they drop their first new album in five years after a series of health scares and major life changes: he taught Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon how to play hockey.
While the sport is second nature to the "Yummy" Canadian singer, not so much for Fallon, who struggled to even pull his gear on and tried to employ his snow skiing skills on the ice to no avail. Spoiler alert: Bieber skated circles around Jimmy, schooling him in drills and outscoring him in a shoot-off. He is from the Great White North, though, so Justin was super polite about it, helping pull Jimmy across the ice and crooning "Oh Canada" while riding a Zamboni during a victory lap with the show's host.
Changes, which follows 2015's Purpose, quite literally represents the "changes" in Bieber's life over the past five years. He's married now (very fitting with the V-Day release date), and his new album features a slew of bouncy love songs dedicated to his wife, Hailey Bieber, including "Intentions," "Habitual," "That's What Love Is" and more.
Check out the clip below.