After ribbing Justin Bieber over his partnership with Tim Hortons, Michael Bublé finally decided to see what the hype was all about.
The Grammy-winning Canadian crooner shared a hilarious video on Thursday and shows him taking an eco-friendly ride on his scooter to the local Tim Hortons and ordering some of Justin’s Timbiebs — a.k.a. the chain’s Bieber-themed version of the donut holes that they call Timbits.
“Now that I’m home in Vancouver for the holidays, there’s something I have to do,” Michael says dramatically at the start of the video while zipping up his puffer jacket. After scooting off to Canada’s beloved coffee chain and ordering a “big box of Timbiebs,” he sits down on the sidewalk to feast.
He also is comically singing Justin’s “Holy” as he reaches into the box and takes a bite, only to exaggeratedly belt out the “Good God!” part, as if to convey he finds the treat absolutely delicious. He continues to sing-talk incoherently as he chews before breaking down into a fit of giggles.
“Beliebe the hype,” Michael captioned the video.
Justin’s Timbiebs are available to purchase now through December 28 at Tim Hortons and come in the limited-edition flavors of chocolate white fudge, sour cream chocolate chip and birthday cake waffle.
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