Justin Bieber And Hailey Baldwin Talked About Their Relationship On Their New Facebook Show

May 5, 2020 / Posted by:

What’s your COVID-19 entertainment wish? Mine is for Dolly Parton’s Buffy to be back on Netflix. Or to be able to binge-stream the underrated 90’s sitcom classic Just Shoot Me. I bet I can guess what yours is… for Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin to finally produce their own quarantine version of Red Table Talk? I mean, “horrific shit” seems to be the theme of this year, so why not?

The new show, titled The Biebers on Watch will consist of twelve episodes on Facebook Watch. It’ll drop on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays (phew, finally a reason to get out of bed on those days). That’s four straight weeks of brand new back-to-back Bieber/Baldwin content! The series promises to give “an intimate look into” both their lives, show how they’re coping during their “blessed” Canada quarantine, and reveal a few “inside scoops of what we’ve been doing.”

Here’s the first episode, in which the couple go out on the lake where Justin learned to fish as a kid, and gets into a “deep” boat convo about their relationship:

Lake Day with the Biebers

Hailey and I went down to the lake

Posted by Justin Bieber on Saturday, April 25, 2020

Ummm, I’ve had more interesting quarantine conversations with my cat (not an insult, we cover some pretty edgy topics). If you don’t feel like clicking play and supporting Big Bieber, let’s go over the “highlights”.

But first, some very important historical context: Hailey and Justin briefly dated from December 2015 to January 2016. Things may have gone bad when he hooked up with a then-17-year old Sofia Richie (fun fact: it wasn’t until recently my brain understood the difference between Sofia and Hailey). The two reunited for good in May 2018. via TooFab:

At one point, he (Justin) asked Hailey how she regained trust and confidence in him after their 2016 breakup, saying “at the time there was so much hurt and so much pain.”

Pic: Instagram

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