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article imageJustin Bieber 'All That Matters' video re-invented by Bart Baker

By Matthew Hendricks     Jan 19, 2014 in Entertainment
If you haven't found Justin Bieber's music video for "All That Matters" all that interesting, fear not — for Bart Baker brings you a version you can't watch without a reaction (either love or hate!).
According to, Bart Baker’s attention to detail in the re-invented "All That Matters" video captures some of Bieber’s characteristics often seen in his music videos.
On top of that, Baker makes references to several Bieber incidents including the unfortunate moment where someone threw a bottle of water at him (in fact, Bart clearly was not be able to get past this aspect).
And of course, there is the main Justin Bieber thing: The ever pulled-up eyebrows and forehead frown!
Bart Baker is a parody king. With more than a million subscribers and nearly 500 million views on YouTube alone, Bart Baker's parodies are an audacious viral sensation, reports the Huffington Post. Never one to spare an artist's feelings, Baker's razor-sharp wit has been both celebrated and vilified in equal measure.
If you haven't watched the original "All That Matters" video, you should do so here. Then, enjoy Bart Baker's version above. The attention to detail is remarkable, in fact, calls it a "frame by frame" re-invention.
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