Justin Bieber Shoots Video of Tom Hanks Dancing to Montell Jordan's 'This is How We Do It' - Rolling Stone
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Watch Tom Hanks Dance to Montell Jordan’s ‘This is How We Do It’

Justin Bieber captures this magic moment during manager Scooter Braun’s wedding

Tom Hanks is an actor extraordinaire — he’s made us laugh, cry and even helped us fall in love with a volleyball. Now he’s taken his career to the next level, delivering a performance for the ages that crosses Tevye from Fiddler on the Roof with a 1990s new jack swinger in this video that shows him dancing to and singing along with Montell Jordan’s indelible smash hit, “This Is How We Do It.”

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While watching Hanks shake his arms and snap his fingers while wearing a yarmulke, tallit and the goofiest grin you’ll ever see is fantastic in and of itself, the video’s true beauty is that it was shot and posted to Instagram by none other than Justin Bieber.

As Gawker points out, the two attended the wedding of Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun. And while Hanks’ dance floor antics certainly stole the show, the Biebs did serenade the newlyweds and crowd with the Beatles‘ “All You Need is Love” and performed “Call Me Maybe” alongside Carly Rae Jepsen.

The video of Hanks is one of the more, well, valuable things Bieber has put out into the world over the past few months. Last month, a video of the singer as a young teenager telling a racist joke and changing the lyrics to one of his songs to make it about killing black people and joining the KKK surfaced. While both Bieber and Braun apologized for his antics, the pop star is still at the center of a number of legal matters, including an arrest for allegedly driving under the influence, which was the subject of a recent Rolling Stone cover story.

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