Justin Bieber Fights For Love In Newly Unveiled 'As Long As You Love Me' Music Video

1 August 2012, 13:44 | Updated: 1 August 2012, 14:01

The 'Boyfriend' singer gets bruised and battered by actor Michael Madsen in the fight to be with his teen love.

Justin Bieber is seen getting beaten up for love in the much hyped music video for his new single 'As Long As You Love Me', which premiered online this afternoon (1st August).

After teasing the short film for several weeks, and unveiling the extended opening on America's Got Talent last week, the 'Boyfriend' singer finally gave fans the full video today, which sees him fighting to be with the girl of his dreams.

The 'As Long As You Love Me' video opens with Justin getting warned off by his girlfriend's overprotective father, played by Kill Bill and Reservoir Dogs star Michael Madsen, who promises an unhappy end for the Canadian pop star if he continues to pursue her.

Justin is undeterred and arranges for them to run away together, suggesting they meet at the train station, and the video flashes back continually to earlier points in their relationship when they were happy.

Throughout the video the 'Never Say Never' singer is seen getting more and more bloody and bruised during one performance scene, until at the climax it is revealed that the girl's father has caught up with them and given Justin a beating before taking his dream girl away.

Check out a still from Justin's newly unveiled 'As Long As You Love Me' music video:

Justin's collaborator Big Sean also features in the video as the US rapper crops up to perform his rap section of the song alongside a group of choreographed dancers.

Earlier this week will.i.am revealed that Justin has written and produced a song for his girlfriend Selena Gomez' brand new album, describing the track in question as "really awesome".

Justin has also been getting into the spirit of the London 2012 Olympic Games after tweeting messages of congratulations to US gold medal winners Missy Franklin and the women's gymnastics team.