Justin Bieber, Framed
No way. Uh uh. Not us.
Not this time.
When we heard that Justin Bieber, who has more Twitter followers than anyone else in the world, and who is almost single-handedly responsible for the massive success of Framed, was denied even a single Grammy nomination, we questioned not only their, but our own sanity.
Seriously, Grammys. You're playing ball with Mumford & Sons and you can't even let Justin into the on-deck circle? Do you want us to come over there?
Well, we have no words. This may be the greatest injustice civilization has seen since slavery.
But not to worry, readers. Our video is the great, new, acoustic version of "As Long As You Love Me," a critical sensation and a massive favorite of listeners everywhere. Furthermore, the easy-going Justin, unfazed by the colossal Grammy snub, promised our readers a surprise in this week's captions.
What could it be? Let's find out!
1 -- Pretending that popular music has value is the new thing!
2 -- "Why should I speak in English? Comme une star internationale, je peux parler des sous-titres dans la langue que je veux. Y! Musique est impuissante à m'arrêter. "