Justin Bieber Says Michael Jackson Inspired Music Video For 'As Long As You Love Me'
2 August 2012, 09:59 | Updated: 2 August 2012, 10:06
The 'Boyfriend' singer admits he wanted to "tell a story" after unveiling the Michael Madsen starring promo yesterday.
Justin Bieber has revealed that his brand new music video for latest single 'As Long As You Love Me' was inspired by Michael Jackson.
The Canadian star unveiled the promo for the 'Believe' track yesterday afternoon (1st August) and told fans on Twitter that the late King of pop's story telling in videos played a key role in his new clip.
"MJ told stories with his videos. I wanted to tell a story. feel like a movie.#AsLongAsYouLoveMe," he tweeted.
The video features a short introduction with Justin and Reservoir Dogs actor Michael Madsen exchanging words in a dark and dramatic scene.
The promo also sees Justin running away with Michael's daughter and eventually being involved in a fight with the former Celebrity Big Brother star.
You can view a still from the 'As Long As You Love Me' music video below:
The promo has already seen over 1 million views since it was released and follows on form his previous single 'Boyfriend'.
Meanwhile, Justin is preparing to head out on his huge 'Believe' world tour which will head to the UK in early 2013.