jason derulo Capital's Jingel Bell Ball 2018

Watch Jason Derulo Perform “Talk Dirty,” “Swalla,” “Goodbye” and More at Capital’s Jingel Bell Ball 2018

Jason Derulo joined an extensive line-up of A-list superstars at the Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball 2018 held on December 8th and 9th weekend. The annual event was sold out months before the schedule date held at the O2 Arena in London. Most of the artists went on to perform over 5 of their biggest hits during the concert.

Artists such as Ellie Goulding, Rita Ora, Oll Murs, Liam Payne, Rak-Su, James Arthur, Halsey, David Guetta, Jonas Blue, Sigala, Years & Years, Mabel, Zara Larsson, Halsey, Jess Glynne, Clean Bandit, Cheryl, Little Mix, Anne-Marie and more took part in this event. In past years, artists such as Taylor Swift, The Weeknd, Zayn, Selena Gomez, Shawn Mendes and Justin Bieber have wowed the crowds at the Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball.

Jason Derulo settled to his usual ‘sexual’ swag with performances of “Swalla,” “Talk Dirty” and “Trumpets.” He also went on to perform some major hits such as “Goodbye,” “The Other Side,” “Tip Toe” and “Want To Want Me” giving some major throwbacks. He was accompanied with some sexy dancers, both male and female, who did the dirty dance with Derulo on stage.

Watch Jason Derulo Perform Live at Capital’s Jingel Bell Ball 2018

Jason Derulo’s overcoat came off for the act of “Talk Dirty” and “Want To Want Me.” His chiseled body covered in tattoes did justice to the themes of the songs.

Jason Derulo added slowed-down verse at the end of several songs. That was a nice touch of pacing down to his high-energy dance tracks. However, Derulo did not break his dance routines throughout the 7 of his performances. He really did manage to awaken the crowd.

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