Justin Bieber's Missing Duet with Taylor Swift Explained

Tue, July 17, 2012 9:25pm EDT by 1 Comment
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Justin’s manager reveals why certain collaborations didn’t make the cut on Justin Bieber’s ‘Believe’ album. Read on to see what happened to the highly anticipated Taylor Swift track!

Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift shared the studio to record a duet for Justin’s Believe record, but the song was nowhere to be heard on the album, much to the disappointment of Justin and Taylor fans.

Justin’s manager, Scooter Braun, explained to MTV why fans still haven’t gotten a taste of a Justin and Taylor duet.

“It didn’t go on Believe, because there’s another record they want to work on. So, it just didn’t make sense at this time, and the song they did just didn’t make sense on this album,” said Scooter.

Kanye West didn’t make the final cut of Believe either, despite pictures being released of the two in the studio together, because “it didn’t make sense at the time,” Scooter told MTV.

What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Are YOU hopeful we’ll hear these collaborations sometime in the future?

[MTV]

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FYNR

Posted at 7:25 AM on July 18, 2012  

JE DTESTE JUSTIN BIBER

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