Justin Bieber Copies Beyonce
Well done, Justin Bieber, for proving you have no originality at all. The pop brat has released music videos for all 13 songs on his chart-topping LP Purpose, copying Beyonce who famously did that first.
The What Do You Mean? hitmaker uploaded each video online, on the hour, over 13 hours on Saturday and has garnered positive responses from his fans, called Beliebers, across social media.
The 21-year-old singer follows in the footsteps of Beyonce, who did something similar for her 2013 self-titled album, however, she released her clips all at once.
The videos have been created for Justin's short film called Purpose: The Movement, which premiered at his album launch in Los Angeles last Friday.
The Sorry crooner only stars in two of the videos, Mark My Words and Purpose, Big Sean, Skrillex, Diplo, Halsey and Travis Scott also make appearances in videos for the songs they feature in and the rest include dances from popular dance crews.
Mark My Words contains footage of Justin backstage at concerts, being mobbed by fans and clips of him behaving badly in some very well-documented incidents.
There is also a shot of the Canadian star singing on a gold piano in the middle of a desert.
And the final clip for Purpose sees the handsome pop star, still in the desert, with dancers wearing very little who cuddle up to him before he rips his denim jacket off, leaving little to the imagination.
Elsewhere, the Boyfriend singer recently announced his world tour in support of the record and will kick off proceedings on March 9, 2016.