Justin Bieber's New Video Could Be Called When Fans Attack
Fans' shrieks punctuate the catchy euro-dance track throughout the video where viewers get a glimpse at the real-life hardships of being an internationally-recognized superstar.
Tour footage from all across the globe show screaming fans chasing the singer as he exits venues, banging on his car windows and yelling at him as he passes by.
The hostile adoration is all in the name of love, which Bieber delivers right back to his fans in the track. He backs up the song with fresh dance moves as he croons to tens of thousands of fans in live clips from stadium concerts.
He sings, "All around the world people want to be loved/All around the world they're no different than us."
Shots of the Egyptian pyramids, the Taj Mahal in India, Big Ben in London, the Roman Colosseum and many more international landmarks back up Bieber's sentiment and give the video a global feel.
Ludacris joins the "Beauty and a Beat" singer in a clip from a New York concert, rapping his uplifting verse (which is quite a far cry from his "Money Maker" days.) more on this story
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