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Lorena Says: Justin Bieber's 'That Should Be Me' Music Video With Rascal Flatts Is His Best Yet!

Mon, March 14, 2011 2:45pm EDT by 3 Comments

Justin Bieber’s haircut takes center stage in his new music video as the song hits #1 on iTunes

Justin Bieber‘s “That Should Be Me” music video featuring Rascal Flatts was released over the weekend and I am loving it! The song, which is track 10 on his “My World 2.0” album, is a love ballad and the the band members’ voices blend perfectly with Justin’s. In fact, the video hit #1 on iTunes and Justin tweeted his pride.

This music video is extra special, since it was filmed just minutes after Justin famously cut his hair. And I have to say, it looks exceptionally tousled and silky.

I love the video because it strips down to the basics and focuses on the singers’ vocals. We get to go behind the scenes with the guys and see them actually shoot the video. Seeing Justin just sit down in a circle while strumming on his guitar reminds me of his early days where it was just him, the guitar, and his voice. Do you guys agree?

Rascal Flatts singer Gary LeVox has revealed in the past that Justin asked the band to do a duet with him. “It’s actually a really good song!” he told Nashville radio station WSIX. I have to give credit to the Biebs for thinking to combine his talents with one of my favorite bands, they sound amazing together! “I’m honored that they are making music with me,” Justin tweeted when announcing their collaboration.

What do you guys think of Justin’s new soulful video? Do you like how it keeps everything simple? Or did you want to see Justin acting out the lyrics? And what are your thoughts on the most important aspect — his hair? Rumor has it he may have cut it shorter, would you be upset if it got any shorter than it is in this video? Sound off below!


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