Justin Bieber recently released the documentary Seasons based on parts of his life. The episodes of the documentary series showcase Justin’s wife Hailey Bieber as well and there’s also a much-spoken part on their relationship, marriage and lots more. As Justin and Hailey are madly in love with each other, just recently, the Yummy Singer marked an appearance on Ellen DeGeneres’ The Ellen Show. Now, in a promo video shared by Ellen from the upcoming episodes of the show, Justin Bieber reveals he is wife Hailey’s goo-goo.
In the promo video on Instagram, Justin Bieber is spotted seated with Ellen DeGeneres’ on huge red seats where they answer questions on the screen. In the video, Ellen goes on to ask Justin what is Hailey’s pet name for him? Replying to Ellen’s question, the Yummy singer reveals that Hailey calls him a bunch of weird things, but went on to share that she calls him ‘Goo Goo’. While the audience in the background has a laugh, Ellen jokes about Hailey calling Justin 'goo-goo'.
As the video goes on, Justin Bieber shares that he likes being called 'goo-goo', where Ellen reveals she likes 'goo-goo'. Moving on, the Yummy singer shares how his supermodel wifey says 'goo-goo' and goes on, “Goo Goo, my little Goo Goo.” In the video later, upon Ellen asking if Justin calls Hailey 'goo-goo' as well, the singer accepts that he calls his wife 'goo-goo' as well and mentioned that she has him wrapped him around her finger, pretty much. Justin also shares that wife Hailey and he are each other's 'goo-goo'. Watch the hilarious video below:
Meanwhile, as Justin reveals how Hailey and he are each other’s goo-goo, the singer’s surprising 'goo-goo' revelation has left us in splits right now. Also Read: Happy Birthday Justin Bieber: Hailey Baldwin Hugs Out Her Main Man, Makes His Birthday Very SPECIAL
Image source: Instagram/ Justin Bieber
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