Justin Bieber loves to be married.
In a teaser from his next interview with Apple Music Beats 1, which debuts on February 15, the singer “Yummy” opened on his marriage to Hailey Bieber and he could not help but gush from his bride.
“I’m going crazy married now,” he told the host Zane Lowe. “I got the best wife in the world. She supports me so much. I am truly honored to be her husband.”
In fact, he revealed that his new album Changes is a love letter to the model, noting that their time together as spouses was her inspiration for the highly anticipated album. “I want to keep writing about how it should be … This is an album I wrote in the first year of our wedding, so it’s so fresh,” continued Bieber. “There is much more to learn about commitment, building trust and building blocks.”
He added: “I can’t wait to continue building and making music that will reflect this.”
In July 2018, Bieber asked Baldwin a question during their trip to the Bahamas and got married in a New York courthouse months later. So, in October 2019, the couple got married again in a sumptuous ceremony in South Carolina, surrounded by friends and family.
After admitting that his four-year hiatus stemmed from a place of fear, Bieber shared that he found happiness in his marriage to Baldwin.
“I think I’m excited about this, but I’m just like that, there is much more,” he said. “There are so many deeper levels that I’m excited to go to, which is fun. It gives me something to look forward to. I think in the past, I was so caught up in all the bad things in my life that I wasn’t really able to take a second and really appreciate all the little things. “
Changing gears, the duo also discussed how Bieber got back to making music. By crediting his surprise performance during Ariana GrandeCoachella from 2019 began to validate his career and talents as an actor.
“I saw the reaction of how people reacted when I went on stage. It was like ‘Okay’. It gave me some sort of confidence and reminded me -” because it had been so long since I was on stage – remembered what … “Oh, this is what I do. This is what I’m good at. And I don’t need to run away from it.” ”
“I was running away,” he continued. “I think a lot of us have to take it when something is difficult. It’s almost as if we should run towards pain and run towards pain rather than run away from it. I think you get some sort of healing when it comes to this.”
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