The actor/narrator dramatically pauses and rolls his eyes while reading every lyric of The Bieb's hit from an iPad in a video shared by Vanity Fair.
What's better than listening to Justin Bieber singing his latest smash "Love Yourself"? If you think about having Morgan Freeman dramatically read its lyrics, you're in luck because the actor has actually done it for Vanity Fair.
The magazine shared on Thursday, March 3 a video of Freeman reciting every line of the song with his iconic voice. "My name is Morgan Freeman. I'm going to give a dramatic reading from a very popular songwriter," he introduces himself before starting reading from an iPad, adding dramatic pauses and eye rolls between the lyrics.
"Love Yourself" is the third single lifted off The Biebs' chart-topping 2015 album, "Purpose". The song peaked at No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100 and so did its predecessors, "Sorry" and "What Do You Mean?".
This isn't the first time a Justin Bieber song has got a dramatic reading treatment. Vanity Fair last month had a bunch of A-listers attending the Sundance Film Festival, including Jon Hamm, John Legend, Nick Jonas, Don Cheadle, Chelsea Handler and Ellen Page, read the lyrics of "Sorry".