The COVID-19 pandemic has been affecting everyone around the world currently, and the best move toward fighting against the deadly virus is to stay put and at home. While spending a day at home normally in close doors is a huge task and equally boring due to the fast-paced life we have been living for years now, many celebrities have been trying new ways to keep themselves entertained at home. As everyone around the world is in self-isolation, Justin Bieber and wife Hailey Bieber shake a leg and flaunt their dancing skills with some super cool moves.
Like always, Justin Bieber took to his Instagram to share a video of him enjoying his time in self-isolation with wife Hailey Bieber. The video features Justin and Hailey shaking a leg to a hip hip number and their moves are totally savage. While the lovebirds spend some time in self-quarantine at home, it looks like dancing has definitely kept the couple entertained for almost 2 weeks in self-isolation now.
In the video, Justin is spotted dressed in his usual Drew blue baggy hoodie and a pair of denim, while Hailey manages to look super hot in her white pants and black crop top. While the couple looking all entertained at home with lots of dancing to do, Justin and Hailey surely got some killer moves. The dancing of the lovebirds is impressive and they, particularly Hailey doing some sassy Hip Hop steps is a treat to watch.
Meanwhile, as Justin shared another dancing video with his wifey, the couple has been trying their skills at dancing since in self-isolation now. The Yummy singer shared a video earlier of him dancing with Hailey and they surely make a good match. On the other hand, the couple is also a huge fan of sitcom Friends and were binge-watching it a few days back. Also Read: Coronavirus Outbreak: Lionel Richie Wants To Bring Back The Iconic Song ‘We Are The World’ That He Wrote With Michael Jackson
Image source: Instagram/ Justin Bieber
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