Watch Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber’s “Stuck with U” Music Video

Top pop stars Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber are joining in the array of singers, actors, musicians, and personalities who are stepping up in the current pandemic’s scare and uncertainties. Aside from bringing their fans an update on their current situation, both singers also released their single “Stuck with you” via Youtube to support a good cause. The music video’s online income via the video-streaming website and app will benefit the First Responders Children’s Foundation.

The music video features Ariana Grande just chilling out in her room during the lockdown, like a TikTok star, while also showing simultaneous shots with her beloved dog and in the end, her lover. Justin Bieber, as expected, is seen with his beloved wife, Hailey Baldwin-Bieber, in different situations (a walk near their mansion, and inside of their humble abode with their fur-children). This serves as an update to their fans regarding what they have been up to during the COVID-19 worldwide quarantine.

Aside from that, the music video shows several teenagers dancing with their pets, partners, siblings, and friends. The song is about being lucky that despite all the uncertainties, you’re stuck with your loved ones. However, according to Justin Bieber, the song is also for teenagers who are now missing their proms due to the lockdowns. The people in the video have also expressed their gratitude to all frontliners fighting against COVID-19.



2 thoughts on “Watch Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber’s “Stuck with U” Music Video

  1. OMGGGG my favorite artists doing a collaboration 😍😍 as a frontliner who is struggling, this makes me so happy 💕💕

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