Justin Bieber’s “Boyfriend” video hits two million views overnight

Cross the first installment of "The Fast and the Furious" with *NSYNC's 2002 car dancing clip, "Girlfriend," and you have Justin Bieber's newest video, "Boyfriend."

Going viral overnight and earning over two million views in less than 12 hours, the video seems to be a smashing success and has prompted viewer comments like, "He is the king of swag, " and, "I love this song and I love Justin and I love the video."

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From the warm hue of sunset to the muscle cars and short shorts, Bieber's video makes you long for the teenage days of hanging out with your friends, doing doughnuts in a vacant parking lot and wooing your crush with a love song.

This clip shows a side to the Canadian teen heartthrob that we have been promised for months through the release of various teasers, tweets and interviews, and the final product did not disappoint.

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Taking over a Los Angeles rooftop and whispering intently in the ear of a Selena Gomez lookalike, the video showcases Bieber playing a black acoustic guitar and radiating so much swag that even Usher would be proud.

The only let down of the video is the lack of dancing during the glamorous yet street-worthy rooftop party. You would think that with moves like this, the Biebs would want to show them off.

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After watching the clip, it's clear that the days of "My World" are over and the era of "Believe" has officially begun with the next step taking place when the album drops on June 19.

According to MTV, Bieber's next single off "Believe" could be a track titled "As Long As You Love Me" (Backstreet Boys, anyone?) and a song that he wrote for his mother which could be released as early as May 13.

"I don't know if it's going to go on the album but I think I'm going to put it out on Mother's Day," Bieber said. "Just the struggles she went through and how brave she was and I think the world needs to know that."

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