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Justin Bieber Releases Music Video Shot in Iceland

We now know that during his recent trip to Iceland, Canadian pop star Justin Bieber made a music video.

Today, Bieber posted part of the new video, made to his song ‘I’ll Show You, which is the third song on his new album Purpose. It appears most, if not all, of the video is recorded in Iceland. The pop star can be seen rollerskating on top of the plane wreck in Sól­heimas­andur, South Iceland, on an Icelandic highway, by Selj­alands­foss and Skóg­afoss, among other places.

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Interestingly, a 21-year-old Irish geography student, Gareth Ewing, was inside the plane wreck when Bieber’s body guards reportedly rushed him and his friends out to make room for filming.

“They must have been recording Justin’s new music video as he started skateboarding along the crashed plane. It was very surreal,” Gareth told Ulster Herald. “We went outside and hung around and couldn’t believe it when the skateboard came out and he was skating about the plane.”

The full video is expected for release November 13.

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