Justin Bieber And Rascal Flatts Lament “That Should Be Me” In New Video

Robbie Daw | March 14, 2011 8:52 am

Hey, remember when Justin Bieber chopped off his signature floppy locks last month? Now we get to see the final product of what he was working at the time he decided to go for the ‘do change—his video for “That Should Be Me,” a collaboration with hit country trio Rascal Flatts that appears on JB’s Never Say Never — The Remixes. Watch after the jump! The Bieb appears properly angst-ridden while crooning with the Rascal Flatts gents in the clip, and so maybe he wanted his fans to feel a bit of pain, too, by switching up his longstanding hair style.

But Justin isn’t the only one looking a bit strained in the “That Should Be Me” video.” The first thing we noticed is that RF vocalist Gary LeVox seems a bit uncomfortable throughout the whole thing. Maybe he was just as thrown by the little riot-starter‘s scandalous haircut as the rest off us?

Note the the bit where the band is playing behind Bieber on the soundstage—LeVox sometimes seems like a deer caught in headlights, not knowing what to do with his hands one moment and then over-emoting the next.

No need to fret, Gary—at least Justin’s hair went to a good cause!