Justin Bieber says Hailey Baldwin is the 'sickest chick in the game'

Justin Bieber gushes over wife Hailey Baldwin in his new docu-series Seasons: ‘I have the sickest chick in the game, she’s so awesome’

Justin Bieber’s new docu-series for YouTube called Seasons debuted on Monday.

And throughout much of the show, the 25-year-old Sorry singer made it clear that he is very attracted to his wife Hailey Baldwin.

‘I have the sickest chick in the game, she’s so awesome,’ said the Canadian crooner who started dating the Vogue model in the spring of 2018, wed her in the summer of 2018 and then married her a second time in the fall of 2019.

Happy with his wife: Justin Bieber’s new docu-series for YouTube called Seasons debuted on Monday. And throughout much of the show, the 25-year-old Sorry singer talked about the importance his wife Hailey Baldwin has had in his life

His biggest compliment: ‘I have the sickest chick in the game, she’s so awesome,’ said the Canadian crooner who started dating the Vogue model in the spring of 2018

Justin confesses he was looking for a wife.

‘Since I was a young man I have always wanted to be married, I always wanted a family,’ Justin says in the confessional. 

‘That was always high on my list but I didn’t know it would happen and I am really pumped about it and I am really happy about it and I have the sickest chick in the game, she’s so awesome.’ 

And while the pair have now been married for over a year, the teen heartthrob revealed she still makes him nervous. 

Married for life: The singer wed the model in the summer of 2018 and then married her a second time in the fall of 2019

They share their bliss: The stars posted this photo from their wedding

‘I don’t know she just makes me nervous because I love her so much,’ Justin says.

‘I want her to like my stuff and it’s about her too so I am like singing about her so it’s a weird thing but its awesome.

‘She makes everything better, you make everything better babe,’ he tells her. 

The blonde cover girl – whose father is actor Stephen Baldwin – said she is impressed by Justin’s musical talent.  

‘I love to see him do what he loves,’ Hailey stated. 

Backbone: ‘I love to see him do what he loves,’ Hailey said in Seasons

Number 1 fan: ‘Honestly, I feel like I’m here to cheer him on and support him. The last time around when he was doing the Purpose album, I was around for a lot of that, definitely not as intimately’ 

Get me a wife: Justin confesses he was looking for a wife. ‘Since I was a young man I have always wanted to be married, I always wanted a family,’ Justin says in the confessional

‘Honestly, I feel like I’m here to cheer him on and support him. The last time around when he was doing the Purpose album, I was around for a lot of that, definitely not as intimately.’   

Hailey seems as supportive as can be: ‘He has gone through so much in the last 3, 4 years since his last album came out and he came out on the other side of some really dark times. He still is who he is and that’s why people are drawn to him because he has a story to tell.’

And she said she likes being next to him no matter what the circumstances.

‘I love watching him do what he is so good at even if it means me laying on the couch until 3-4 in the morning binge-watching TV shows and just being around,’ she said. 

‘I just enjoy the energy that goes into it. We turn it into a really fun process. You know we brought friends around, people kind of just hang and I don’t know, I just feel at home wherever he is, so if he is holed up in the studio that feels like home to me.’ 

Back to where it all started: The documentary started with the star taking the model to his hometown and old apartment in Canada

Adventures: The episode also showcased snippets of Justin and Hailey spending time away together 

Going strong: Justin and Hailey have been marred for over one year 

The documentary started with the star taking the model to his hometown and old apartment in Canada.  

‘You know starting out as a boy in front of the entire world and then transforming into a young adult, teenager and like a young man, and everybody’s had to watch him go through every single phase of life, essentially from, 14, 15, and now he’s really an adult,’ she shared in a confessional.   

She continued: ‘He still is who he is and that’s why people are drawn to him because he has a story to tell.’ 

Also in Seasons his comeback is discussed.

‘Justin was going back and forth whether it was the right time or not. I think Scooter was thinking he should have this opportunity to go out on that stage so he could be reminded himself and of who he is and what he does,’ said Ryan Good, friend and co-founder of Drew House, in a confessional. 

The footage then showed Justin performing his hit song, Sorry, to a sea of adoring fans, before he told them, ‘I haven’t been on stage in like, in like two years.’ 

He left the stage with: ‘and by the way, album coming soon.’   

He’s back! Also in Seasons his comeback is discussed. ‘Justin was going back and forth whether it was the right time or not. I think Scooter was thinking he should have this opportunity to go out on that stage so he could be reminded himself and of who he is and what he does,’ said Ryan Good, friend and co-founder of Drew House, in a confessional

‘It kind of seemed like a turning point for him to where he was like “I think I’m ready to do this again. I think I need to do this again”,’ Ryan later said. 

‘As he was walking of stage, he said that to Allison [Allison Kaye – Justin’s management], he said, ‘I need to get back out here.’ 

Allison said Justin’s words were: ‘I want you to schedule me. I want to go to the studio and I want to dance and I want to go to the gym and I want vocal warm-ups in there. He wanted me to build him a rolling itinerary like I do when he’s working.’ 

‘The second that he actually asked to put the time in, I was like, “Oh, okay, now we’re ready to go back to work.”‘ 

Too much: The tour was meant to span from March 2016 – September 2017, however, Justin pulled out of the final 14 shows and called it quits in July 2017 following his London show for ‘unforeseen circumstances’ 

Justin’s first of the new 10-part series opened with him announcing his world tour for Purpose on the Ellen DeGeneres Show in September 2015. 

The tour was meant to span from March 2016 – September 2017, however, Justin pulled out of the final 14 shows and called it quits in July 2017 following his London show for ‘unforeseen circumstances.’  

Justin’s long-time manager, Scooter Braun, also confessed that in the earlier years he did push the star to keep performing and creating.

‘Early on in his career, we’d always say “let’s go for another one, another hit, another record, another thing, another tour,”‘ he began.

‘And before Purpose, with Journals, I didn’t want him to tour, I wanted him to get healthy and then he got healthy and we went on Purpose and then at the end he was tired and said, “Look, I need a break again.”‘

Scooter continued: ‘And we took the break and he’s taken a very long break and in that time he’s found his wife, he’s grown a lot. I don’t put any pressure on that timeline anymore, he’s earned the right to do it in his own time.’   

Taking it back: Footage showed a young Justin busking on a store step 

 

 

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