Bieber’s interview will air Tuesday on ‘MTV First: Sean Kingston.’
By Jocelyn Vena, with reporting by Matt Elias
Justin Bieber was spotted in Miami over the weekend hanging out with his pal, former tourmate and “Eenie Meenie” collaborator Sean Kingston. MTV News caught up with the teen star Sunday when he landed back in Los Angeles to see what he and his pal were up to.
“I was just down in Miami,” he told us for an interview set to air during “MTV First: Sean Kingston” on Tuesday night. “We were just hanging out at his house, kicking it, driving around Miami and whatnot.
“It was a lot of fun,” he added about hanging out with Kingston, who is recovering from a headline-making jet-ski accident. “I got to relax and take time off.”
During “MTV First: Sean Kingston,” the chart-topping artist will talk about his recovery from the near-fatal accident, which occurred near his home in Miami, and his plans to get back in the recording studio. The special is set to air Tuesday at 7:57 p.m. ET on MTV, then continue for 30 minutes on MTV.com. Beginning today (August 1), fans can submit questions for Sean through MTV.com or via Twitter (using @MTVNews/ hashtag #AskSean).
Sean will open up to host Sway Calloway about the cause of the Memorial Day accident and go into detail about the various medical procedures he underwent to treat his injuries. The singer will also speak candidly about how the accident helped him to focus on living a healthier lifestyle, and, of course, we’ll find out what’s up next for the star in his music career.
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