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Justin Bieber has been busy counting down the days to the August 28 release of his new single What Do You Mean, putting his contact list to good use and reaching out to just about every celebrity you can think of. Bieber has scored mentions from the likes of Chris Martin, Ed Sheeran, Gigi Hadid, Ashton Kutcher, Will Ferrell, Ellen DeGeneres, and Alanis Morissette to name a few, but there are still some celebs we don’t think even the Biebs can reach.
With only a few days left until the release of What Do You Mean, we’ve compiled the names of the A-list that would have us doing our best Wayne’s World “we’re not worthy” impression for JB.
Back when Taylor Swift still had her long, trademark curls and Bieber thought eggs were just for scrambling, the two teenage pop stars were friends. Swift even brought Justin on tour as her opening act, helping catapult him to the superstar status he enjoys today. But then came Jelena and when Swift didn’t like the way her old friend was treating her new bestie, she made her feelings known. Sure, most of the world, including Selena, have forgiven Justin’s bay boy ways, but Swift throwing her support and millions of Instagram followings behind What Do You Mean would be a big win for Justin and a move towards ending the pair’s one-sided bad blood.
We know that Bieber is one of the biggest celebrities in the world, but can he land THE biggest celebrity in the world? Known for her Instagram photos with no captions, magazine covers with no interviews, and revealing little to no information about her personal life, scoring a shout-out from the elusive Queen Bey who be a huge “get”.
Seth Rogen does not like Justin Bieber. The actor and fellow Canadian has made no bones about it, tweeting his disdain for Bieber’s past reckless behaviour. Justin, for his part, remains a fan of Rogen’s, and gaining a shout-out from Seth would show that the Biebs is doing a really, really impressive job on his apology tour 2015.
The former first-lady and possible future president (MAKE THIS HAPPEN, AMURRICA) has been active on social media for a long time, championing the rights of women and the underprivileged and taking down her Presidential opponents in 140 characters or less. The Biebz is a man who has been working hard on rebuilding his image after scandal, something Clinton knows a thing or two about thanks to the former POTUS. Support from Hillary would make Justin look like someone worth taking notice of, while preteen girls all over the world would start getting interested in the upcoming American election.
Now THAT would break the internet.