Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber’s new quarantine music video has Mila Kunis, Gwyneth Paltrow, and more of your faves
At midnight last night, Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande dropped their new single “Stuck with U,” along with its music video. The video, shot during quarantine, is a mashup of Bieber and Grande singing to the track interspersed with fan-submitted videos of people dancing along. If you pay close attention, some of those fans are A-list celebrities.
In addition to Justin’s wife Hailey Bieber, we spotted cameos from celebrity couples including Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk, Chance the Rapper and Kirsten Corley, and Michael Bublé and Luisana Lopilato. Right at the very end, Grande also seems to confirm her rumored new relationship, as Dalton Gomez pops in for a guest appearance.
Celebrity guests didn’t just include couples, either. Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Liz Gillies, and Eric Stonestreet also submitted videos to the project.
Watching the “Stuck with U” video is pretty much like playing a game of I Spy: Celeb Edition.
By watching, buying, and streaming “Stuck with U,” you can donate money to a good cause. As stated in the description box of the video, all proceeds will go to First Responders Children’s Foundation.
“In response to the COVID-19 crisis and to help further bolster relief efforts, all net proceeds from the streams and sales of “Stuck with U” will be donated to First Responders Children’s Foundation to fund grants and scholarships for children of healthcare workers, emergency medical technicians (EMTs), paramedics, police officers and firefighters serving at the front lines during the global pandemic.”
Play Where’s Waldo with the celeb cameos (and belt the song with Bieber and Grande) to help support a great cause.
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