Justin Bieber and Shawn Mendes to unleash 'Monster'

Brenda Watkins
November 19, 2020

Back in August, Mendes and Bieber along with the latter's wife Hailey Baldwin were spotted together entering a studio.

But don't get ahead of yourselves and drum up those old split rumors again - this story has a happy ending, obvs!

"This was the very first time that I had been silent and I managed to become like, 'What's happening in the world and also just how do I think about it and what do I do and where can this go from here?' This has been the best present I believe I have everbeen granted in my entire lifetime", Shawn reasoned.

"And I was on the verge of ruining our relationship", he says. And then when you come out the other end, and you are like, 'Listen, I am struggling here.

The picture, liked more than 5 million times in just 12 hours, says a lot... That is bravery. That is strength, ' he told the host.

Justin Bieber and Shawn Mendes come together for newly announced collaboration

"You cannot be the best version of a son or a brother or a boyfriend or a friend to anybody if you're not constantly there for you, and you're watching out for you, and you're checking in on your heart and your space and your energy", he said.

Let's also clap it up for Camila being such a supportive partner through it all.

It seemed the pair had clashed a year ago when Mendes crowned himself "Prince of pop" in an Instagram post, after Bieber's absence from the music industry.

Pickering, Ont. -born Mendes first shot to fame after posting a six-second video of himself covering Bieber's As Long As You Love Me on the now-discontinued app Vine in 2013. The young lovebirds sharing a tender little kiss! "I'm cool, I'm sensitive, I'm vulnerable, I always thought of myself that way until I had a girlfriend who I was so serious about, then I realized how much I was scared of being the weak man", he said.

Don't let anything stand in the way of your love, guys!

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