October 18, 2011 by staff
Bieber Mistletoe, Justin Bieber face many challenges when he shot his “Mistletoe” video, one of which was the fact that he did in September in Tennessee, with artificial snow cascading from the sky. The way you say it, the biggest obstacle is not even weirded by Santa.
“It was different because, like, a Christmas video, so you have to get your Christmas spirit in” Bieber told MTV News backstage at Santiago de Chile, where he played to 55,000 screaming fans on Saturday. “We had Santa there. It was quite interesting because I had that finger lit up, but I never knew that was coming at me at random and pointed to me and lit up and it was very strange. I was like, ‘Santa does not do that, my friend. ”
Of course, Bieber was quick to add that despite the awkward interaction, it is still decidedly pro-Santa, and “to put children in the holiday spirit.”
Bieber “mistletoe” video will make its world premiere Tuesday at 7:54 pm on MTV – with a special live stream to continue on MTV.com, where we will deploy more of our interview with him! – And on Monday (October 17) released the song to iTunes. He is very proud of how they turned out as they came to collaborate with two of his favorites: the director Roman White and the production team known as the Messengers.
“[Romano] can tell a story well, so I wanted to use it,” said Bieber. “The video filmed ‘One Less Lonely Girl’, and I thought he did a great job, shot him” you belong [With] Me ‘video with Taylor Swift, and had a lot of great experience and a lot of great the job.
“[Y] Nasri [one of the team members Messengers], he is very intelligent, who can tell a story well, Christmas, nothing,” he continued. “So we were thinking about doing a Christmas album last year, never actually reached it. And this year I was like, ‘This year I really want to do’ so we worked on some ideas and of course, have some great Christmas music. … I think I have some classics on the album, really, really do. I think there are some songs that are so catchy and everyone will want to sing every Christmas. “
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