Justin Bieber Expresses Regret About Not Saving Himself for Marriage: Watch

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

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin got candid about their sex lives before marriage during a recent episode of their new Facebook Watch series, The Biebers on Watch.

In a Q&A session during episode six on Friday (May 15), a viewer asked the married couple if there was anything they would change about their past. The 26-year-old "Stuck With U" singer took the opportunity to share his thoughts on sex before marriage.

“Probably a lot of things I would change,” Bieber responded. “I don’t regret anything because I think it makes you who you are, and you learn from things. If I could go back and not have to face some of the bad hurt that I went through, I probably would’ve saved myself for marriage.”

“I know that sounds crazy,” he added. “Sex can be kind of confusing when you’re being sexually active with anybody. We went there.”

Baldwin had a different outlook on the subject.

“I don’t know if I’d say the same, but we had different experiences with everything,” the 23-year-old model said. “I do agree with the fact that being physical with someone can make things more confusing.”

Watch the conversation about the 39-minute mark.

Elsewhere in the episode, fans asked how the couple felt about being married so young (Bieber was 24 at the time, and Baldin was 21).

“I think both of us always knew we wanted to be married young... I always wanted to be married young," Baldwin replied. "My parents got married when they were 23. So, I just always saw myself being married young.”

"I always pictured myself being married young," Bieber mirrored. "It was always, like, my goal because my family...I came from a broken home, so I always wanted to have my own family.”

See the full episode of The Biebers on Watch below.

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