Justin Bieber Looks Emotional Filming Music Video on Beach in Panama: Pictures

Celebrity News Jan. 28, 2014 AT 11:15AM
Justin Bieber filming a music video on the beach in Panama
Four days after his arrest, Justin Bieber looked emotional while filming a music video on a beach in Panama on Jan. 27. Credit: Splash News

Saying he's sorry to his fans? Justin Bieber was spotted filming what appeared to be a music video on Punta Chame beach in Panama on Monday, Jan. 27. The recently arrested 19-year-old singer seemed to be singing while walking along the beach with a camera filming him.

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Wearing a backwards cap, turquoise tank top, baggy black shorts and sneakers, the "Boyfriend" singer looked emotional while hamming it up for the video. Bieber used dramatic hand gestures to convey his feelings while going for a solo stroll by the water.

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The troubled teen heartthrob was also seen driving an ATV on the sand while being chased by crying young female fans. It's unclear what music video Bieber may be filming, but he promised his fans on Twitter Monday that his video for "Confident" will be coming out this week. (Back in October, Bieber started a 10-week "Music Mondays" series to release a new song every week.)

Justin Bieber rode an ATV while filming a music video on a beach in Panama on Jan. 27.
Justin Bieber rode an ATV while filming a music video on a beach in Panama on Jan. 27.
Credit: Splash News

Bieber has been accompanied on his trip to Panama by model and rumored girlfriend Chantel Jeffries. The twosome were spotted going for a boat ride together -- Bieber went shirtless, she opted for a bikini -- on Sunday, Jan. 26.

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The Canadian singer traveled to Panama shortly after his Jan. 23 arrest for DUI, resisting arrest, and driving with an expired license in Miami.

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