Even though he's been feeling under the weather lately, Justin Bieber has been powering through his illness on and off the stage. On Thursday, the day after his sold-out Orlando concert, the 16-year-old pop star paid a surprise visit to a unsuspecting group of band camp students at Florida's Seminole High School.
Justin appeared an an assembly to present the school with a $5,000 donation from Best Buy and the Grammy Foundation, who have teamed up to support at-risk music education programs in schools around the country.
"The students had no idea I was coming, and it was fun to completely surprise them," Justin said. "I was excited about this opportunity to team up with Best Buy and the Grammy Foundation to raise awareness around the important cause of funding music education programs in schools. I talked to students about pursuing their passion in music and encouraging them to keep doing what they're doing."
Of course, the budding musicians were also treated to a special acoustic performance from the Bieb himself. Can you imagine? We know exactly how the students' retelling of the story will begin: "This one time, at band camp..." Check out more photos from Justin's surprise visit below.