Justin Bieber Says There Is ‘No Steady Concept’ With ‘Boyfriend’ Video
Justin Bieber shared a 20-second teaser from his 'Boyfriend' video. Women's hands paw at the singer while he talk-raps the intro before sayin' "Hello to falsetto / In three, two," making it clear that the Biebs is all grown up. He's clearly adopting a new marketing strategy with his image and we're hooked. He opened up about the video, revealing there is "no steady concept." Just a whole lotta smilin' and dancin'.
"The concept of this video, I mean it's not like a steady concept," Bieber told MTV in between takes while on set. "It's not like 'Justin follows this girl to this spot.' No, it's a bunch of amazing scenes: Like a fire scene, we have an ice scene." Fire and ice? Now that's hot! Yes, we're melting.
Biebs will dance in the clip as well."It's kind of like bouncing back and forth," he said. "And then there's scenes of me and just a bunch of girl dancers, and just some great shots, great artistic shots, great shots of me smiling. It's fun."
Dancing? Girls? Smiling? Oh, this we gotta see.
He continued, "The lighting has been amazing and everything's been so unique and I haven't seen anything like it. So, I think people are going to be really surprised."
Hurry up and announce a premiere date. We want the 'Boyfriend' vid and so does millions of teenage girls.
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