Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber may be at a party they don't want to be at in their new single "I Don't Care," but they're just about anywhere they want to be in the video for the bopping tune.
The pair released the randomly incredible vid for "I Don't Care" Friday morning (May 17), which sees Sheeran and The Biebs transported to all sorts of places thanks to the magic of green screens. One second they're in Tokyo and the next they're surrounded by dancing gummy bears — and yes, it's as random (but hilarious) as it sounds.
Bieber and Sheeran have promoted their lighthearted collaboration in equally goofy ways, with Ed posting a meme of Justin with his flaming red hair and Bieber sharing a video of the first time the two met backstage at a show. But it seems they had the most fun while filming the video, even if all they did was jump around in front of a giant green backdrop.
"I Don't Care" is projected to debut at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 after its May 10 release, racking up more than 40 million in airplay audience, 30 million U.S. streams and 60,000 downloads sold in the week ending May 16, according to industry projections and building Nielsen Music data.
Watch the hilarity unfold with Sheeran and Bieber's CGI-laced "I Don't Care" video below.