Justin Bieber Gives A Sneak Peek Of 'As Long As You Love Me' Music Video

Justin Bieber Gives A Sneak Peek Of 'As Long As You Love Me' Music Video

Justin Bieber is giving his fans a preview of his new music video for his song As Long As You Love Me.

“I promised a 1 minute clip from the Music Short Film for As Long As You Love Me off the new album BELIEVE. and yes… it starts Michael Madsen. Nice,” the 18-year-old music star wrote in the video caption posted on YouTube.com. “Here it is… the rest of the video hits this coming WEDNESDAY… it is INSANE!”

The singer also wrote his girlfriend Selena Gomez a song for her next album that will be released in 2013.

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