Justin Bieber's "Boyfriend" music video beauty, Rachel Barnes, says working with the young star was a blast and that she hasn't had any Bieblever backlash!
"He was awesome," Rachel told Access Hollywood about shooting the video, which has already clocked over 20 million views on YouTube. "It's just so cool to be part of something this amazing. It's just been such a fun ride. I'm enjoying every second of it."
The video beauty said going to work with one of pop's biggest stars was a treat.
"Who wouldn't be excited to hang out on a music video set all day with Justin Bieber? It's like all these dancers [were there and] it was just like a giant party on set. There [were] tons of extras and dancing, and we're listening to 'Boyfriend' all day, which I happen to love the song. So it was just bonus after bonus," she told Access. "[Justin] was so cool... It was a 13 hour shoot, so not much time for play. It was definitely a lot of work, and he was totally professional. He's got some moves - he's a good dancer."
And it was all business when it came to their intimate scenes.
"It was really professional, really professional," she told Access. "He has a girlfriend and I'm married, so I think that kind of made us comfortable enough to do what we had to do. But it was just more of a good time."
Justin's girlfriend, Selena Gomez, even stopped by the video shoot.
"She showed up. She was super nice, too. She was having a great time... tons of music and dancing. It was hard not to have a good time," she continued.
And unlike other women from Justin's past - (remember the backlash from some Bieber fans directed towards Kim Kardashian when she became friends with him!) - Rachel has escaped from the experience unscathed.
"I think the fact that I'm married... I'm no longer a threat," she explained. "I am taken. I am not after Justin Bieber. So, the fans have actually been great. They've accepted me and been really nice."
Check out Justin and Rachel in the video for "Boyfriend," HERE!
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