He’s been partying it up with the rich and famous at glamorous Cannes.
But Justin Bieber reminded his fans that he hasn’t forgotten about his music on Saturday by sharing a cryptic short Instagram video of a potential new track, entitled It’s Working.
The 20-year-old clearly wanted to give the world a taste of what’s to come in his music career – which seems to have taken second place behind his social life of late – with the mysterious post.
Still in the game: Justin Bieber took a break from all his partying at Cannes Film Festival to share a clue about a new song called It’s Working via his Instagram profile
‘You know exactly what to do to hurt me’: The 20-year-old singer made a cryptic video showcasing what seemed to be a music making program on a computer, with these lyrics playing
The Baby singer croons the same lyrics over and over in the background.
‘You know exactly what to do to hurt me,’ he says, before whimpering, ‘It’s working, it’s working.’
The video showcases what looks to be a music making program on a computer screen, with the title of the track taking centrestage in the 15 second clip.
This comes amid talk of the pop star’s partying antics in France at the Cannes Film Festival.
Hungry Justin is said to have ordered off the kids’ menu because he couldn’t wait for the banquet to be served at the glittering amfAR Cinema Against Aids gala at the Hotel du Cap in Antibes in the South of France on Thursday evening, according to the New York Post’s Page Six column.
Schoozing: Justin Bieber posed with Harvey Weinstein and Lana Del Rey at the amfAR gala at Hotel du Cap, Cap d’Antibes, France, on Thursday. While guests waited for the banquet, Justin ate pasta off the children’s menu
And he sat and ate his pasta in front of other guests at the table, who waited to be served.
The singer apparently made the request through a member of his entourage, according to a Page Six source.
‘Justin’s people asked that he be brought pasta. He sat down at a table and ate, while the rest of the table waited patiently for their food,’ according to the insider.
The event, hosted by Harvey Weinstein, raised a record $51.7 million thanks to an amazing selection of auction items, including artist Damien Hirst’s gilded mammoth statue.
Suit up! Bieber looked smart in a black tuxedo and crisp white shirt as he cuddled up to model and TV host Heidi Klum, one of an array of celebrities at the event
The artist watched as his work went for nearly $15 million to Warner Music Chairman Len Blavatnik.
Designer Carine Roitfeld enlisted famous fashion houses to each make and donate a red dress and then organised 42 of the world’s top models, including Eva Herzigova, to strut the catwalk wearing them. The collection was snapped up for $4.8 million.
Other guests included Leonardo DiCaprio, John Travolta, Jessica Chastain, Marion Cotillard and Rosario Dawson.
Boy racer: The 20-year-old posted this Instagram snap of him relaxing on a boat ahead of the Monaco F1 Grand Prix, which takes place on Sunday
At the after-party, a very smartly suited up Bieber was seen celebrating with the night’s performer, Robin Thicke, according to Page Six.
The superstar is also in town for the prestigious Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix, which held qualifying races to decide the drivers’ start place on Saturday, ready for the actual event on Sunday
On Saturday he posted an Instagram snap taken on a yacht, probably in Monaco’s harbour, with the caption: ‘I just wanna go fast – Ricky Bobby. Monaco ♛ #Formula1’
Ricky Bobby refers to the fictional F1 champ played by Will Ferrell in 2006 comedy Talladega Nights.
Speed freak: Justin added this message to his Instagram picture, referring to Ricky Bobby, the fictional F1 champ Will Ferrell played in 2006 comedy Talladega Nights.