Bieber is presented in Brazil in March.
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It's hard to feel much holiday cheer this year. There are so many things that go wrong in the world, since Young Sheldon did not get the criticism he deserved Justice League with low performance at the box office. Many of us need a boost, we are in a Christmas routine that no amount of Hallmark films filmed in a bland city in British Columbia can get us out of.
Fortunately for us, then, another Canadian entity, this one from the east, has arrived right at the San Nick time to give us some Christmas inspiration. Who but Justin Bieber the nightingale of the north, has come to fill us all with his Christmas spirit. And he is doing it in the form of a car!
While we were busy spending weekends running from store to store, buying gifts for loved ones and friends, People magazine was sitting diligently still, with the phone clutched in her hand, waiting for Justin Bieber do something, whatever. And so they found an ephemeral Instagram story that Bieber sent to his 94 million followers (seriously) this weekend. The story, of course, no longer exists, lives its short nightlife before evaporating into the digital heavens, so thank God for the people dedicated to People who took screenshots for posterity. What they show us is encouraging.
It seems that in Instagram's story, Bieber told a story about some friends who thought that he, like many of us, was not really feeling Christmas this year. People quotes Bieber saying: "Homies came to me and said: JB, you are not in the Christmas spirit." Hm. AGREE. And what was Bieber's response to these friends? A simple, "Yes, you know you shot yourself." But it is not enough to say that someone or someone is shooting. One must prove it. And to prove conclusively to his unbelieving friends that he is in the Christmas form this year, Bieber presented a decorated Christmas G-Class Mercedes, a vehicle that costs about $ 125,000 without the additional Christmas touch.  "Get up in the G-Wagon," Bieber apparently said in the video, and then there was the car, wrapped in a Christmas ornament of trees, saints and gifts. It's not more Christmas than that, right? Watching this car – a real Santa Claus sleigh of seasonal joy – is enough to warm our hearts, so hardened for 2017. So many terrible things happened this year, since Mel Gibson losing the best Golden Globe director as 2 Broke Girls canceled, it almost seemed like a Christmas. And yet, here at hour 11 our savior arrives, exchanging the season with this elaborate and expensive Christmas joke. Thanks, sweet Justin. And he had already published a shirtless time lapse to decorate his tree! He is truly the most generous of souls. You give us too much, dear cherub.
However, we can not continue to rely on Justin Bieber and his Christmasmobile to save Christmas every year. Things are likely to become even bleaker in the future, with Meghan Markle leaving Suits and all. So, we need to find other heroes to help maintain Christmas cheer. Could Zac Efron do something maybe? Like, crawling through the chimney of a lucky fan disguised as a sexy Santa or something? What is he doing Nick Jonas about Christmas these days? We need to start thinking about ways to complement Justin's great and necessary Christmas gestures. Because he is just a little Canadian, and we can only rest so heavy garland on his delicate shoulders.