YouTuber David Dobrik took superstar Justin Bieber to meet some students at UCLA in California.
In typical Dobrik fashion — he followed the same format to surprise fans with Kylie Jenner back in March — Bieber was hiding in the back of the Tesla behind the passenger seat, waiting to jump out and surprise the students sitting in front.
“Today we’re gonna see what people think about Justin Bieber,” Dobrik said, followed by clips of him asking students just that.
“He’ll always have a special spot in my heart,” one student said. Another said she got into a bullying fight with a girl in fifth grade about who was a bigger fan.
“Well you’re gonna have to bully her again because you’re gonna have to show her you just met Justin,” Dobrik said, just as Bieber poked his head from behind the seat. The student screamed and asked him, “Can I touch you?”
One girl, who said Bieber wasn’t all that talkative when she met him before, started to cry when his voice appeared behind her: “Maybe he’ll be more talkative next time.”
A very honest student said he loved Bieber but his new song “Yummy” was “just not it” and “not that good.”
Bieber shot out from behind him yelling “It’s not it?!” and the student screamed in shock.
“OK ‘Yummy’ is good,” he conceded, and started to sing along.
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