In 2019, photos of the campaign that Justin Bieber And Hailey Bieber for Calvin Klein. It was their first session together as husband and wife, and she conveyed the chemistry between them.
Well, now we have the spiciest re-creation of that photo shoot, and none other than Alex Pall And Drew Taggart from heavy smokers. Both decided to parody one of these photos to promote their next album. summer friends.
The duo focused on a photo of the model riding Justin. She was wearing that brand of underwear and he was wearing pajama bottoms.. And his hands on her back did not go unnoticed.
In the new version, in black and white, Poll is Hailey and Taggart is the one who touches his partner’s ass who wears underwear of the same brand, but on top of jeans.
Not only did they spread the image on social media, but also Made a T-shirt with a photo which is already available on the official website.
“summer friends It comes out this week and it was supposed to be a cover, but it turned out funny. We are very upset. Fire the creative director immediately. We will never trust our team again,” they wrote next to the image, squandering the hooligan nature that characterizes them. “All things considered, i think we look good ha ha ha,” Poll added in the comments.
And, of course, there was no shortage of reactions from colleagues who took it with humor.
- Sebastian Yatra: It’s beautiful 🤍🖤
- Nicky Romero: A photo that no one knew was needed in life.
- Ryan Tedder: The best piece of your career, to be honest.
New work with personal confessions
Along with this image, they added another one that could be the actual cover, showing a blurry image of a woman leaning on the bar with a cocktail in her hand. Exactly, Taggart recently opened up about his struggle with alcohol..
In the video in which he plays the piano, Self-destruct modehis new single, shared his confession: “Throughout my career, I have struggled with alcohol because it is an addiction woven into the environment in which we exist.. This guilt of not being good enough or better, ironically, sends me into a spiral that restarts my bad habit cycle.”
“This song is not a cry for help, but rather an embrace or a celebration of all that I am. I know that I have flaws. I know that I’m cool and so are you. Never forget that,” he added of the message conveyed by his latest single.