NOCCA student video pleads with pop star for an interview-Image courtesy: NOCCA
New Orleans, La.- Students at New Orleans Center for Creative Arts want to interview pop sensation Justin Bieber. The singer will appear in concert in New Orleans next week so the students put on a multi-media blitz inviting him to take part in the campus talk show, NOCCA Talks.
A student-produced video plea went up on YouTube January 3rd. Now, Jac Bedrossian of NOCCA Talks says they're sending nightly tweets of the invitation to Bieber in hopes of getting his attention.
In the video, NOCCA students make the case that they love to sing and dance, just like the pop star and suggest he'd be missing an opportunity if he didn't drop in on the arts intensive school.
Bieber performs January 15th at the New Orleans Arena.
You can watch the entire video invitation by clicking here.
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