Hey there, Justin!
Yeah, you don't know me, but that's cool because I'm fully aware of how weird this whole thing will sound.
For the longest time, I've always dreamed of being a girl in a music video. From the main girl to the background dancer, it didn't matter to me. I wasn't going to be picky. I just wanted to be able to look back one day and say, "Hey kids, your mom was cool back in the day. She was in a music video for a song that you guys now think is old and boring!"
I think my obsession began during my middle school days. From envying every girl featured in Justin Bieber's music videos, to learning the dance moves to all of Hannah Montana's videos, I was convinced someday I too would be in one.
Even if I wasn't the main attraction, and only my hand was featured in the background for .00083 seconds, I would die a happy little lass.
You always see those people in the music videos like the guy in the donkey costume in Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," or the guy in the yellow suit in "Gangnam Style." Those people go underappreciated, but without them, that music video would have been slightly less amazing.
Those people are my life. Those people are my idols.
Over the past few years, I can't say that I've forgotten about this dream, but recently my burning urge to be a girl in a music video has relapsed after hearing your newest song "Can't Stop This Feeling" and watching the music video.
I would've given anything to have danced my heart out to your oh so infectious beat in that video like Anna Kendrick. Reason number 4,567 why I envy her.
I like to consider myself a solid 10 when it comes to car dancing, so when your song comes on the radio I lose it. The car shakes and the air conditioning is immediately cranked up to help counteract the sweat from the unanticipated dancing workout. It's like you knew that I wouldn't be able to stop the feeling when you named that song...crazy.
So, Justin, next time your talented self drops one of those sick singles, just know that you never need to rack your brain over who to hire for the music video. I will bite the bullet and help you out, don't you fret.
You can just have your people call my people.
Thanks, buddy ol' pal,