- In an interview, Justin Bieber spoke about marriage to Hailey. He mentioned that her parents had “arranged” the marriage – is there anything to it?
Justin Bieber recently chatted a little out of the box on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”. It wasn’t about the plans for a child he forged with his wife Hailey Bieber, but his wife was an issue! A statement raised a few eyebrows because he mentioned to guest talk show speaker Demi Lovato that the marriage between him and Hailey had been “arranged” by their parents. What did he mean by that?
Justin and Hailey’s relationship has had its ups and downs
We remember: The relationship between Justin and Hailey had some “stumbling blocks” before the two were really tight together and even married! They first dated for a brief period in 2016 before losing sight of each other again. Two years later they got together again and did not take long to ask, because of only a few months (!) Later they got married. They both wanted to move in together, as Hailey later said, but they would have wanted to check off the marriage beforehand.” Moving in together, living together and sharing this space and learning more and more from each other, that basically ruined everything that was creepy about marriage, ” says Hailey. But did the two actually want to get married or did other people have a hand in it?
Hailey’s parents brought the two together
In the interview, Justin talks about how the two first met. That was for a recording of the “Today Show” that Hailey apparently had no desire to do himself. “I’m pretty sure she didn’t want to be there. Her father dragged her out of bed that morning,” the singer remembers jokingly. Apparently, in jest, Justin added, “ When I look back, it was definitely an arranged wedding, the [Hailey’s parents] raised the whole thing. She was raised Christian and her father was like, ‘Oh, I want to introduce you to Justin and his mother. They have similar norms and believe in the same things, we believe you could become good friends. “So this arrangement turned out very well for everyone involved, which cannot be said about all “arranged marriages”.