Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande together stars for a good cause


LOS ANGELES (united States).- It is a collaboration that many have wanted for years. Justin Bieber joined Ariana Grande for “Stuck With U”, a jam is slow for these difficult times. Countless fans, and some celebrities showed home videos of their quarantines to the music video of the song, which came out on the 8th of may. In the midst of these many clips charming, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner made a cameo special.

Kylie danced with Kendall on the tennis court of your new heritage. Meanwhile, Stephen and Ayesha Curry also made a surprise appearance. The married couple snuggled up on a couch outdoors while enjoying a drink, making it clear that they certainly don’t care to be stuck with each other. Couples of famous Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, and Chance the Rapper and Kirsten Corley appeared on the screen.

Other star soloists such as Jaden Smith, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Lil Dicky, they also said this in the clip. Of course, Justin and Ariana they also made their own cameos. The former star of Nickelodeon’s curled up with her cute dog Toulouse by their own singing, but towards the end of the video, you see a new face: Dalton Gomez. It is rumored that the real estate agent of Los Angeles is the boyfriend of Ari since march of 2020, but it seems that this romance is now confirmed.

Meanwhile, the canadian took a romantic stroll with his wife Hailey Baldwin in the beautiful countryside of canada, where they are isolated for several weeks. The video in general was an assembly of moving people who spent quality time with their loved ones. And it was a unique way to raise money for the Foundation of Children of First Responders.

Ariana and Justin shared the news of his single charity on 1 may. “I am grateful to announce that my friend and I we’ve partnered with @1strcf and @sb_projects in this launch,” tweeted Ariana. “The profits of transmissions and sales of #stuckwithu will be donated to fund grants and scholarships for the children of the workers serving at the front during the global pandemic”.