Justin Bieber is seen climbing into bed with a superfan after recruiting her to play his lover in his new music video.
The 26-year-old is seen waking up in the morning next to a woman who is definitely not his wife Hailey Baldwin in the video for gospel-inspired single Holy with Chance The Rapper.
The Sorry singer rolls over to find gorgeous Ryan Destiny in bed with him, who smiles at him as she wakes up.
But not only is Destiny an incredibly talented artist in her own right, she’s also a Bieber superfan, and the pair go way back.
The music video’s steamy bedroom scene isn’t the first time the Canadian and Ryan have crossed paths.
Back in 2011, the talented songstress won a singing competition and was awarded the top prize of a trip to the LA premiere of Bieber’s documentary film Justin Bieber:Never Say Never.
She found fame after the win, going on to star in Fox’s musical drama Star and the third series of Grown-ish.
The 26-year-old has now landed her biggest role yet as she stars alongside mega famous Bieber in his new five-and-a-half-minute music video.
The pair are joined by NCIS actor and Demi Lovato’s ex Wilmer Valderrama in the mini “movie” directed by Colin Tilley.
Revealing the video to fans, Bieber wrote: “#HOLY out now with @chancetherapper. The new era begins. We made a movie @colinseyes @ryandestiny @wilmervalderrama.”
In a separate post, Bieber gushed over Ryan, writing: “Thank you for being such a huge part of this beautiful story, I’m honored to share the screen with you!” next to a snap of the two of them cuddled up together.
The video features Justin playing an oil rig worker who is laid off and evicted from his house.
Ryan plays a nurse who patient dies and Bieber’s love interest.
Emotional scenes, directed by Tilley who also worked on Never Let You Go, U Smile, Next to You and No Brainer, show Ryan and Justin embracing and tears fall down their cheeks while they suffer hard times.
Finally they’re rescued but good samaritan Wilmer Valderrama who takes them home in his truck for a hot meal.
The trio are seen holding hands around a dinner table with Wilmer’s wife and children as they prepare to pray before eating in the final scene.