Justin Bieber has stayed busy during these coronavirus days releasing a tribute song with Ariana Grande for first responders, but mostly spending time with his wife, Hailey, baking cookies, sharing skin treatments and sightseeing the western U.S. in their multi-million-dollar tour bus.
While driving a tour bus is not Bieber’s usual way to vacation, it worked out well for the newlyweds which included a weekend campout at a Utah National Park, a side trip to visit Kanye West at his Wyoming ranch, and rumors that they may also soon bus it to Oregon.
Bieber is almost as famous for his extravagant vacations, now on hold except for the bus trips, as he is for his long list of hit songs and videos. His fan-favorite was likely the spectacular Water Falling Estate in Hawaii where he arrived in 2016 with six models including then-girlfriend Sahara Ray.
Built at the edge of a waterfall dropping from a clifftop into the sea below, the house goes for up to $10,000 per night. Special concierge services tacked on for helicopter sightseeing and extra pampering will add to the package.
Canadian Bieber came to fame as a YouTube sensation for teenage girls at age 13 in 2007 when a talent scout found his channel by accident and signed him to RBMG Records the next year. Rapper and businessman Usher became involved in the development of Bieber’s career, which has taken him from Canadian government subsidized housing to a net worth of $285 million in just over ten years.
He’s sold more than 150 million records and has won numerous awards including Grammy, American Music, Billboard Music, Latin Grammy, MTV European Music, and MTV Video. Since his marriage to model Hailey Baldwin, Bieber appears to have found both a life partner and a vacation travel mate.
Bieber just announced the dates for his rescheduled 2020 concert tour which will kickoff on June 2, 2021 in San Diego. In the meantime, the Biebers will likely return to their newly purchased home in Beverly Hills, a traditional-style home on a quiet and unassuming cul-de-sac just off of Benedict Canyon. And maybe find time for a few more vacation bus trips.