LOS ANGELES -- [artist id="3187077"]Justin Bieber[/artist] and [artist id="2545682"]Drake[/artist] both brought the party to the VMA red carpet Sunday night (September 12), but they also brought their Canadian pride to the show.
While the pair weren't sure how many Moonmen the night would bring them, they were looking forward to chilling with each other and also sharing some plans to collaborate sometime in the future.
"This is my big bro Drizzy Drake," Bieber told MTV News on the VMA red carpet after giving his pal a hug and making his way over to chat with us.
"This is my little brother," Drake added.
The two then explained that they were planning to make sure Canada got some proper representation at the show. "Same way we always do," nominee and performer Drake teased, with fellow nominee and performer Bieber continuing, "You know we always rep our hometown, Toronto."
After the Canadian lovefest, Bieber revealed some details about his third album, a follow-up to his massive hits My World and My World 2.0. "[It'll] probably [come out] fourth quarter next year," he revealed. "Drake is gonna be on that album; I'm not sure [who else]. I'm gonna ask him if he can get [Lil] Wayne on there."
Drake had Bieber's back: "We'll make it happen."
On top of a new album, Bieber will also release a 3-D movie next year. "We're in the middle [of it now]," he dished. "You're gonna see a lot of cool stuff! 3-D, 3-D!"
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