Bieber is spotted filming a romantic scene with a brunette beauty, who bears resemblance to his singer girlfriend, during the video shoot in downtown Los Angeles.
Justin Bieber might not get his real-life girlfriend Selena Gomez to star in his music video, but he found an alternative by tapping a model who looked quite a bit like the "Hit the Lights" singer. He's spotted filming a scene for "Boyfriend" music video with the brunette in downtown Los Angeles over the weekend.
Wearing an all-black ensemble and a pair of gold sneakers, Bieber got up close and personal with the model who rocked a pair of daisy dukes and a two-layer sleeveless top. In other pictures, he's seen sitting behind the wheel of a fancy sport car. "great shoot today. gonna chill the rest of the night. heading to the UK tomorrow," he tweeted.
As if having Gomez's doppelganger was not enough, Bieber got a visit from the "Spring Breakers" actress herself that day. Despite previously calling her kiss-cam moment with the Canadian popstar at the Lakers game "humiliating," she didn't play coy when flaunting her affection to him in between breaks of the video shoot on Saturday, April 21.
"Boyfriend" is taken from Bieber's new album "Believe", which is due in the U.S. on June 19. He is scheduled to perform the single on the finale of "The Voice" on May 8. For the album, he worked with Taylor Swift, Drake, Usher and Adam Levine among other stars.
Most recently, he revealed his desire to work with One Direction. "They are great guys, and I am always looking to work with people who have talent and I like," he told The Daily Star. "I think there could potentially be a great chemistry between us. We were both in the same recording studio a couple of weeks back, not doing stuff together it was just coincidence. But maybe next time we can record together."
Talking about another of his boyband buddy, The Wanted, who went on tour with him last year, Bieber said, "I've got nothing bad to say against The Wanted but the One Direction guys are my buddies and make great music so I would always have to back their corner."