Justin Bieber videography

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Justin Bieber performing in white outfit on tour.
Bieber performing on the 2015 Purpose Tour

Canadian singer and songwriter Justin Bieber has been featured in thirty-three music videos, has made cameo appearances in two films and has appeared in several television series. For his debut extended play My World (2009), Bieber released music videos for the singles "One Time", "One Less Lonely Girl", and "Love Me". In the first two, Bieber plays a young man trying to show his affection for a young girl. Disappointed at the outcome at the end of the "One Time" video, he gets a date at the end of the video for "One Less Lonely Girl". The "Love Me" music video is a compilation of footage from concerts, backstage and studio films.

Bieber released his debut studio album, considered the second part of My World (2010's My World 2.0), with the music video for the single "Baby" featuring Ludacris (the second video with one billion views on YouTube[1] and the fifteenth-most-viewed video on the site, with over 1.44 billion views as of August 2016). The video has more "dislikes" than "likes"; as of October 2016, it has over five million likes and over six million dislikes.[2] Both albums were featured in Bieber's first concert film, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, the highest-grossing concert film in the United States since 1984[3] and the third-highest-grossing documentary since 1982.[4]

Bieber's second studio album and first Christmas album, Under the Mistletoe (2011), included music videos for "Mistletoe", "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town", "All I Want for Christmas Is You (SuperFestive!)" and "Fa La La"; the latter two featured Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men, respectively.

In 2012 Bieber released his third studio album, Believe. The music video for "Boyfriend", the album's lead single, features a more-mature Bieber with a new style. It set a VEVO record for the most views in a 24-hour period, with eight million.[5] The album was featured in Bieber's second concert film, Justin Bieber's Believe, which was less successful than his first.

Three years later Bieber's fourth studio album, Purpose, was released. The music video for the single, "Where Are Ü Now" with Jack Ü, received four nominations at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards and won the Best Visual Effects award.[6]

Music videos[edit]

Usher
Usher appeared on "Baby", Bieber's third single, and made a cameo appearance in the music video for "One Time" (Bieber's first single).
Drake
Drake makes a cameo appearance in the "Baby" video.
Kat
Kat Graham makes a cameo appearance in the "Somebody to Love" video.
Braun
Scooter Braun, Bieber's manager, directed "Pray".
Haggis
Paul Haggis directed the music video for "We Are the World 25 for Haiti".
DirectorX
Director X directed the music video for "Boyfriend".
Chu
Jon Chu and Bieber directed the music video for "Beauty and a Beat".
Leguizamo
John Leguizamo is Bieber's antagonist in the music video for "What Do You Mean?"
King
Zach King co-directed the "Sorry" video.
Goebel
Parris Goebel choreographed and directed the music videos for "Sorry" and "Love Yourself".
Skrillex
Skrillex appeared in the music video for "Where Are Ü Now".
Title Year Other credited performer(s) Director(s) Description Ref.
"One Time" 2009 None Vashtie Kola Bieber's mentor Usher and one of his closest friends (Ryan Butler) appear in the video, in which Bieber (in a grey hooded sweatshirt) grins mischievously at the camera. [7]
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"One Less Lonely Girl" 2009 None Roman White The video was shot in Watertown, Tennessee. Bieber's mother, Pattie Mallette, makes a cameo appearance in the flower-stand scene. [9]
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"Baby" 2010 Ludacris Ray Kay Filmed in Los Angeles at Universal CityWalk. Singer and actress Jasmine Villegas plays Bieber's love interest. Bieber's friends, Young Money artists Drake and Lil Twist, also appeared in the video with Tinashe and the Rangers. [12]
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"Never Let You Go" 2010 None Colin Tilley Filmed at the Atlantis resort in Dubai, Paige Hurd plays Bieber's love interest. [15]
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"Never Say Never" 2010 Jaden Smith Honey Set in a studio with a heroic concept intercut with scenes from The Karate Kid, Bieber appears in a motorcycle jacket and high-tops. He performs karate moves, dances with Smith, jerks and eats Twizzlers. He and Smith shadowbox, and Smith performs a variety of fight moves. Near the end of the clip, Bieber gives a roundhouse kick. [17]
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"Somebody to Love (Remix)" 2010 Usher Dave Meyers Choreographed by Jamaica Craft, the video focuses on dance and includes America's Best Dance Crew season-five winners Poreotics, season-three runner-up Beat Freaks, the Syrenz, LXD, Medea Sirkas, Simrin Player and Bboy Fly. Singer-actress-model Katerina Graham makes a cameo appearance in a scene with Poreotics. [20]
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"Love Me" 2010 None Alfredo Flores A tribute to his fans, the video has live performances, behind-the-scenes footage and Bieber dancing in front of a blue-and-white backdrop. [23]
"U Smile" 2010 None Colin Tilley Filmed in Los Angeles, Bieber leaves a building and meets fans. In an empty theater, he plays piano with blue-and-yellow spotlighting in the background. [24]
"Pray" 2010 None Alfredo Flores and Scooter Braun Bieber highlights social injustice around the world (earthquake-torn Haiti and post-Katrina New Orleans) and visits hospitalized children. Soldiers are reunited with their families, and homes face foreclosure. [25]
"We Are the World 25 for Haiti" 2010 Artists for Haiti Paul Haggis Haitian film students were part of the production crew. The music video, similar to "We Are the World", opens with the song's title with the recording artists' signatures surrounding it and clips of the artists in the studio (including archival footage of Michael Jackson performing his part of the song). It is intercut with shots of Haiti after the earthquake. [26]
"Wavin' Flag" 2010 Young Artists for Haiti Unknown Created by Canadian artists, the song for the video was a charity single to benefit relief efforts after the 2010 Haiti earthquake. [27]
"Eenie Meenie" 2010 Sean Kingston Ray Kay Filmed on March 30, 2010, in Beverly Hills, California, the video includes Bieber's friend Christian Beadles, rapper Lil Romeo and singer-actress Jasmine Villegas. Bieber plays one side of a love triangle. [28]
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"That Should Be Me" 2011 Rascal Flatts Mark Kalbfeld The video begins with Rascal Flatts arriving at a studio in a Cadillac Escalade. Inside, Bieber sings and plays a keyboard and a guitar; he is joined by Joe Don Rooney on guitar and Jay DeMarcus on keyboard. Gary LeVox sings, joined by Bieber for the chorus, with Rooney on guitar and DeMarcus playing a grand piano. [30]
"Mistletoe" 2011 None Roman White Most of the video was shot in Franklin, Tennessee, where "One Less Lonely Girl" was filmed. [31]
"Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" 2011 None Damien Tromel
John Banana
Charles Oliver
In the industrial video, which appeared in the animated film Arthur Christmas, Bieber is an elf with robotic ligaments. [32]
"Fa La La" 2011 Boyz II Men Colin Tilley In the black-and-white video, filmed at Location 606 in downtown Los Angeles, Bieber stands in an empty ballroom and appears with Boyz II Men on the front steps of the building. [33]
"All I Want for Christmas Is You (SuperFestive!)" 2011 Mariah Carey Sanaa Hamri Opens with a Santa spreading holiday cheer on the street, followed by Mariah Carey (in a scanty Santa suit) singing against a brick wall in a store. Bieber and a few friends pass with a shopping cart; he joins her, and they hand out gifts to their fans. [34]
"Next to You" 2011 Chris Brown Colin Tilley Filmed at Universal Studios in Los Angeles and in upper Manhattan, the apocalyptic video includes Shannon Elizabeth as Brown's girlfriend. [35]
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"Boyfriend" 2012 None Director X Filmed in Los Angeles, Bieber kisses a dark-haired woman's hand and jumps into a convertible next to a group of muscle cars. This video showcases Bieber's new haircut and a more-mature style. [38]
"As Long as You Love Me" 2012 Big Sean Anthony Mandler With guest appearances by Michael Madsen and Big Sean (who raps), the video was filmed in Los Angeles. Chanel Celaya plays the actress. [39]
"Beauty and a Beat" • 2012 Nicki Minaj Jon Chu and Justin Bieber Beginning with a montage of video clips, a party at a water park has dancers; Nicki Minaj raps with Bieber in a pool before he slides down a water slide. Bieber wrote the video and directed it with Jon Chu. [40]
"All Around the World" 2013 None Life Garland A tour video centered on Bieber's performance in Mexico City, it has views of places he has been. National monuments include the Elizabeth Tower, the Eiffel Tower, the Sydney Opera House, the Taj Mahal, the pyramids of Giza, the Coliseum and Brazil's Christ the Redeemer statue. [41]
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"All That Matters" 2013 None Colin Tilley A shirtless Bieber kisses model Cailin Russo. [44]
"#thatPower" 2013 will.i.am Ben Mor Filmed in Japan, the video has a cameo appearance by members of the Japanese dance group World Order. An alternate, "second-screen" video is available via an unlisted YouTube link when the song is tagged with Shazam. The alternate video, without audio, is intended to be watched with the original video to spot differences between them. [45]
"Lolly" 2013 Maejor Ali, Juicy J Matt Alonzo Maejor Ali performs in a neon studio full of enthusiastic dancers and lollipop-lickers. [46]
"Wait for a Minute" 2013 Tyga Krista Liney Set in Long Beach, California, the video is filmed in front of a green screen with a CGI backdrop. [47]
"Confident" 2014 Chance the Rapper Colin Tilley In the video, Bieber unsuccessfully tries to seduce a young woman (Cailin Russo) in a gas station. Although she is interested, she says he has to "try harder than that" to get her. Bieber follows her, singing and dancing with a group of dancers. At the end, he kisses her and she gives him her phone number. [48]
"What Do You Mean?" 2015 None Brad Furman With John Leguizamo and Xenia Deli, the video was filmed at the Harvard House motel in East Hollywood. [49]
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"Sorry" 2015 None Zach King
Aaron Benitez
Parris Goebel
With the New Zealand ReQuest Dance Crew and the Royal Family dance crew, the video was directed and choreographed by New Zealander Parris Goebel. [51]
"I'll Show You" 2015 None Rory Kramer With glacial lagoons and rivers in South Iceland, including the Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls, Bieber runs over lush green mountains, sits on the edge of a cliff, rolls down hills and skateboards on a derelict airplane. [52]
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"Love Yourself" 2015 None Parris Goebel Begins with a monologue by Bieber on the nature of love, followed by Filipino husband-and-wife dancers Keone and Mari Madrid dancing through their home. [54]
"I Really Like You" 2015 Carly Rae Jepsen Peter Glanz Bieber appears with Tom Hanks and Carly Rae Jepsen, leading a troupe of dancers in front of the Mondrian Hotel in Manhattan. [55]
"Where Are Ü Now" 2015 Jack Ü Brewer Bieber appears in animated pictures on the walls of an art studio, where fans could customize photos of the singer with crayons and pastels at the Jack Ü headquarters from May 29 to May 31, 2015. [56]
"Company" 2016 None Rory Kramer Released on June 8, 2016, it is a documentary-style compilation of clips of Bieber from his world travels. [57]
"Mark My Words" 2016 None Parris Goebel
"No Pressure" 2016 Big Sean Parris Goebel
"No Sense" 2016 Travis Scott Parris Goebel
"The Feeling" 2016 Halsey Parris Goebel
"Life Is Worth Living" 2016 None Parris Goebel
"Children" 2016 None Parris Goebel
"Purpose" 2016 None Parris Goebel
"Cold Water" 2016 Major Lazer
Matt Baron
"Let Me Love You" 2016 DJ Snake James Lees

Filmography[edit]

Title Year Role Notes Ref.
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 2011 Himself Documentary [58]
Katy Perry: Part of Me 2012 Himself Documentary [59]
Zendaya: Behind the Scenes 2012 Himself Documentary [60]
Justin Bieber's Believe 2013 Himself Documentary [61]
Behaving Badly 2014 Prisoner Cameo appearance [62]
Lennon or McCartney 2014 Himself Short documentary film; interview clip [63]
Zoolander 2 2016 Himself Cameo appearance [59]

Television[edit]

Title Year Role Network Notes Ref.
True Jackson, VP 2009 Himself Nickelodeon "True Concert" (episode) [64]
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2010, 2011 Jason McCann CBS Episodes 1, 15 [65]
Silent Library 2010 Himself MTV Episode 203 [66]
School Gyrls 2010 Himself Nickelodeon Television film [67]
Saturday Night Live 2010 Musical guest NBC Tina Fey-Justin Bieber [68]
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition 2011 Himself ABC "The Brown Family" [69]
So Random! 2011 Himself Disney Channel "Justin Bieber" (episode) [70]
Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory 2011 Himself MTV "Welcome, Big Black" [71]
David Haye Versus 2011 Himself Sky 1 Episode two [72]
Punk'd 2012 Himself MTV "Justin Bieber" (episode) [73]
Ridiculousness 2012 Himself MTV "Justin Bieber" (episode) [74]
Saturday Night Live 2013 Host NBC "Justin Bieber" [75]
The Simpsons 2013 Himself Fox "The Fabulous Faker Boy" [76]
Comedy Central Roast 2015 Himself Comedy Central "Justin Bieber" [77]
Repeat After Me 2015 Himself ABC Episode 102 [78]
The Doctors 2015 Himself CBS Episode 97 [79]
Couples Therapy 2017 Himself VH1 Episode 1 [80]

Commercials[edit]

Company, product Year Director(s) Featured song(s) Description Ref.
Proactiv 2010 Unknown Unknown Bieber explains how he manages being a young man, with other users of the product delivering testimonials. [81]
Best Buy 2011 Bryan Buckley "The Barber of Seville, Overture" Made for Super Bowl XLV, the commercial emphasized a new age of technology with Bieber replacing an obsolete Ozzy Osbourne. [82]
Girlfriend 2012 Alfredo Flores "Boyfriend" Filmed from the perspective of a girl who hopes to attract Bieber by wearing the perfume. [83]
Macy's 2012 Hank Perlman "Jingle Bells" In a Black Friday commercial for Girlfriend, Bieber's recently introduced fragrance, several men squeal in high-pitched voices when he walks by. [84]
Macy's 2012 Hank Perlman "Sh Boom" Set in Macy's flagship Herald Square store in New York City, working there means working with celebrities (several of whom make cameo appearances). [85]
Macy's 2013 Hank Perlman "Miracle on 34th Street's
Opening Theme"
With characters reminiscent of Miracle on 34th Street and current celebrities, the store contrasts its presence in 1947 and where it is now. [86]
Calvin Klein 2015 Johan Renck None A shirtless Bieber playing the drums and model Lara Stone get closer, wearing Calvin Klein products. [87]
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Calvin Klein 2016 Tyrone Lebon "My Calvins Remix" Superstars, actors, rappers, artists, models and street talent showcase the company's spring 2016 global advertising campaign. [87]
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