Justin Bieber's New 'Purpose: The Movement' Music Videos Have Fans Unable To Deal On Twitter
A day after his new album Purpose left them freaking out in a good way, Justin Bieber fans have a ton of new music videos to deal with. Basically pulling a Beyoncé on us all, Bieber unceremoniously released one new music video every hour Saturday on his Twitter and YouTube, grouping them under the title Purpose: The Movement — and even songs that have previously received videos, like "What Do You Mean" and "I'll Show You," have new videos.
In fact, the only video in the group that we've already seen is the excellent dance video for "Sorry," and even better, those dancers and their crop tops have returned in the new "What Do You Mean" video!
Of course, fans are reacting accordingly, not only at the presence of the videos but at the fact that they are excellent, and that, TBH, they provide a dance education to even the most awkward among us. Like the album itself, the videos are simultaneously accessible and sad. Many of them also contain new voiceovers from Bieber that fans will be analyzing for months to come. From the tearful to the ecstatic, here are the ways fans are freaking out about all these new Bieber vids.
It's Making Some As Emotional As Justin
It's A Great Moment For Dancers
Loving The Aesthetic
The Great Dancing In "I'll Show You"
Praising Choreographer Parris Goebel
Waiting For New Vids Is Hard...
Not Being Able To Deal With All The Bieber
Noticing An Awesome Pattern
It's Making Some People Beliebers
Making The Beyoncé Connection
Seeing All Your Role Models Together
Wishing You Could Dance
It's Interfering With Sleep
Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due
Loving The Choreography
Picking Up Some Tips
And Just Loving The Creativity
Whether or not more videos are coming — it looks likely, considering, as Complex points out, one is dropping every hour — Justin Bieber fans have a lot of videos to binge watch... and dance moves to learn.