Justin Bieber holds on to his basketball while giving BBC Radio 1 host Clara Amfo a tour of his gorgeous home in the Toluca Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles.
The 22-year-old entertainer shows Clara around his huge outdoor area, complete with a white leather sofa he keeps on the grass!
Justin goes on to point out his pool – which includes an inflatable water slide he got for his eight-year-old sister Jazmyn – as well as his pontoon boat, which he uses for bass fishing, relaxing, and writing music.
After the tour, Justin responds to more interview questions while he and Clara compete in a basketball game.
Justin‘s adorable puppy, Todd, also makes an appearance!
The 18-year-old model opened up to the glossy about her boyfriend Justin Bieber, fame, and more. Check it:
On her relationship with Justin: “We have a special relationship. Justin is very easy to talk to, and that’s hard to find with people in Los Angeles.”
On learning about how to handle paparazzi: “I remember the paparazzi and the shit people would say to Nicole, and she wouldn’t respond. I’m going to be real with you: It. Doesn’t. Bother. Me. As long as I’m happy.”
On her style and modeling: “my personal style: trenches, high-waisted pants, pantsuits, silks. I love modeling because I get to see everything that inspires me. Then I go home and sketch.”
The 22-year-old entertainer worked with Ed on his hit single “Love Yourself.”
“Me and Ed aren’t super close but he’s someone who I consider a friend and I really appreciate his music,” Justin told BBC (via ET). “I appreciate who he is as a person. He’s an inspiration to a lot of young people — he makes awesome music that people are inspired by and that people laugh to, cry to and I think it’s important in music to have those people who bring the emotion out of you.”
Justin added, “There’s something about him that just makes you like him. He’s very likable and very, very talented.”
As for writing “Love Yourself” together, Justin said, “We found a sweet spot. I think that he knows what sounds good range-wise in my vocals and he’s got his ear to the streets. He’s very relevant but knows his stuff at the same time, so he brings in stuff that he grew up listening to into what he’s making now which is really neat.”