Justin Bieber frustrated, after ‘As Long as You Love Me’ video clip not aired at America’s Got TalentBy Angel Cuala on Jul 27, 2012 in Entertainment, Hollywood, Music, Television, United States •
Updated: September 26, 2012 12:10 p.m.
Pop teen superstar Justin Bieber got frustrated on Wednesday, July 25, 2012, after his ‘As Long as You Love Me‘ video clip was not aired at America’s Got Talent (AGT) that night as planned; and rushed to his Twitter account voicing out his frustration and asked for an explanation from the show.
Justin Bieber’s ‘As Long as You Love Me’ cover
Image Credit: Justin Bieber YouTube
Bieber, 18, whose song “As Long as You Love Me” is his second single from his latest album “Believe” after the success of its first single “Boyfriend“, was promoting the show to his 25.5 million Twitter followers since Tuesday night, telling them to watch a sneak preview of the music video; which did not happen.
“very frustrated. where was it? no joking here,” Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) tweeted after the show, and was immediately followed by “@nbcagt not cool. what happened?” but was deleted later, with the song ‘As Long as You Love Me‘ also featuring American rapper Big Sean.
Apparently, Justin Bieber and his fans (Beliebers) have been waiting for the explanation from NBC and America’s Got Talent, and some of them criticized the show. But it was not until Thursday morning when the official Twitter account of AGT responded and apologized for what happened.
“Apologies #AGT fans & @justinbieber, technical problems for #AsLongAsYouLoveMeVideo premiere,” America’s Got Talent (@nbcagt) tweeted about three hours ago, with no updated yet as to whether the said video clip will still be shown in the show in the near future.
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