In the strangest mating, Diane Keaton and Justin Bieber have teamed up to play the lead role in an emotional music video for his new song, ‘Ghost’.
Bieber dropped the music video last Friday, which sees him play alongside the Oscar-winning actress as they deal with the sweet relationship between grandson and grandmother.
Ghost featured on Justin’s latest album, Justice, is a song about coping with grief.
In the music video, directed by Colin Tilley, Bieber plays an attempted grandson who tries to help Keaton, his ‘grandmother’, through the loss of his grandfather.
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The video shows the two attending Grandpa’s heartbreaking funeral before Bieber, in an attempt to cope with the loss, shows Keaton a number of brighter things in life – from spending time on the beach, to dancing at a bar and even getting back on the dating scene. .
Keaton was excited about the opportunity to be featured in the video, and posted a clip of the video to Instagram along with the caption: “AM I DREAMING ??? WHAT A HONOR IT WAS TO WORK WITH JUSTIN BIEBER AND HIS AMAZING TEAM !!!”
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The video has delighted fans who have already achieved over 3 million views.
The film clip has also coincided with the Grammy winner’s Amazon Studios’ Prime Video documentary Justin Bieber: Our world.
The 90-minute documentary, directed by Michael Ratner, follows Bieber behind the scenes as he prepares for his New Year’s Eve 2020 concert.
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But fans eager for a glimpse of his lockdown life with Hailey Bieber may not be so thrilled – reviewers have not given the documentary star ratings so far.
Some have argued Our world does not give fans much more than what is already on Bieber’s social media while New York Times said the documentary was let down by a “boring rhythm”.
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