Justin & Hailey Bieber’s AMA Video Reigns on May Top Facebook Live Videos Chart

Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber
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Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber attend the premiere of YouTube Original's "Justin Bieber: Seasons" at the Regency Bruin Theatre on Jan. 27, 2020 in Los Angeles.

The Biebers lead clips from Larry Hernandez and Romeo Santos.

Justin Bieber rules Billboard’s Top Facebook Live Videos chart for the first time thanks to his May 22 AMA (Ask Me Anything) session with wife Hailey.

The chart, the latest of which recaps May 2020 activity, is a monthly look at the widest-reaching and most-reacted-to videos posted by musicians on Facebook Live, as tracked by media analytics company Shareablee. Rankings are determined by a formula that blends reactions, comments, shares and first-seven-days views.

Bieber’s May 22 “Ask Us Anything” clip lasted just under an hour and was the third in a series, with the other two also reaching the May 2020 chart at Nos. 4 and 5.

The May 22 upload led all videos from musicians in May in reactions, with 203,000 in all, according to Shareablee. In addition, it earned 3.1 million views in its first seven days, plus 87,000 comments and 5,000 shares.

A May 1 Larry Hernandez video enters at No. 2 with 4.2 million views in its first seven days, the most of any musician in May, with the American-born Regional Mexican singer giving a tour of his home during quarantine.

See the full chart, also featuring entries from Romeo Santos, Katy Perry, Garth Brooks and Aventura, below.

10. Katy Perry

9. Katy Perry

8. Justin Bieber

7. Aventura

6. Garth Brooks

Video no longer available; originally uploaded May 3 with the caption, "LIVE from the Grand Ole Opry!!! love, g & T #OnlyTheOpry"

5. Justin Bieber

4. Justin Bieber

3. Romeo Santos

2. Larry Hernandez

1. Justin Bieber

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