Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber Get Playful in Meme-Worthy ‘I Don’t Care’ Music Video
Directed by Emil Nava, the visuals sees the British singer and the Canadian superstar rocking silly costumes, such as a panda bear costume and an ice cream costume, as they have fun with green screen.
AceShowbiz -If you think John Mayer‘s visuals for “New Light” is the ultimate memeable music video, think again. Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber have just released the music video for their collaboration “I Don’t Care” and it’s as hilarious as the 41-year-old’s video. Directed by Emil Nava, the three-minute-and-forty-two-second clip sees the collaborators having fun with green screen.
Making things funnier, both Ed and Justin sport silly costumes while singing about wanting to leave a party due to feeling lonely and having social anxiety. In some scenes, the British superstar is seen wearing a panda costume, a Hawaiian shirt and an ’80s track suit as the background transforms from a swimming pool to a sky full of rainbows. There is also a scene which features Ed’s face being plastered on a ballerina, making it look like he is the one who delivers the awesome dance moves.
Justin’s costumes are just as hilarious as his collaborator’s. He is seen donning things like a corn costume, an ice cream costume and a teddy bear costume. In one point in the visuals, both Ed and Justin sport matching cowboy suits as they continue belting out the track against a sunset backdrop, complete with a retro car between them.
The music video ends with the “Perfect” singer, who rocks a panda costume, leaving the green screen studio.
“I Don’t Care” was released on May 9 after much anticipation. In addition to topping music chart in the U.K., the song broke Spotify’s single-day streaming record as it garnered 10.977 million daily global streams in just a day. The record was previously held by Mariah Carey‘s “All I Want for Christmas Is You”, which racked up 10.819 million streams.
Justin and Ed’s new joint track marked their third collaboration. They previously teamed for “Love Yourself” and “Cold Water”, the latter of which saw them collaborating with Major Lazer.
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