Justin Bieber’s music video for his collab with Dan + Shay isn't his wedding video, but it may be even better
Update, October 4th, 1:19 p.m. EDT: The music video for Justin Bieber and Dan + Shay’s “10,000 Hours” dropped minutes ago. And it might not be the video fans were hoping for—but in our opinion, it’s way better.
The video stars not only the three musicians but also their wives, Hannah Billingsley (married to Shay Mooney), Abby Law (married to Dan Smyers), and Hailey Baldwin (married to Justin Bieber).
It’s super romantic and filled with adorable lovey-dovey scenes between the couples, as well as cutesy clips from home videos. If you’re as much of a hopeless romantic as we are, you’re definitely going to fall in love with this music video.
It might not be footage from the Biebers’ big day, but we’re definitely not mad. In fact, don’t mind us while we watch the video for a third, fourth, and fifth time.
Original Post, October 3rd: On October 3rd, Justin Bieber and duo Dan + Shay (a.k.a. Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney) released their brand new musical collaboration called “10,000 Hours.” It’s a little bit country, a little bit pop, and a lotta bit dedicated to how much they love their wives. And because the song’s release came just days after Bieber and Hailey Baldwin tied the knot (for the second time), fans are convinced the music video for “10,000 Hours” is going to be the Biebers’ wedding video. Our hearts!
It looks like Taylor Swift’s “Lover” has some competition in he field of next big first-dance song. Like “Lover,” “10,000 Hours” is basically just sung wedding vows, and we can’t help but swoon.
With lyrics like “When you think about your forever now, do you think of me?” and “Ooh, want the good and the bad and everything in between,” Twitter is convinced the video for this Bieber-Dan + Shay mashup is going to heavily feature Bieber’s bride.
At least, that’s what fans are hoping for.
In fact, someone already did Bieber a solid and created their own music video starring the newlyweds. On behalf of everyone, thank you. false
The music video is set to drop today, October 4th, at 1 p.m. EDT. So keep your eyes peeled for any Hailey Bieber sightings. Until then, we’ll be playing “10,000 Hours” on repeat.