Justin Bieber releases ‘Yummy’ love letter to wife Hailey Baldwin

Justin Bieber has got a serious case of the munchies.

On “Yummy,” his comeback single that dropped early Friday morning, an insatiable Biebs can’t get enough of the tasty goodies his lady is serving up.

“Yeah, you got that yummy yum / That yummy yum / That yummy yummy,” he croons over and over in the chorus.

Get that? She’s yummy.

Over the hypnotic beats of this much-anticipated single — the 25-year-old pop star’s first new solo music since his 2015 album “Purpose” — a blissed-out Bieber sounds sexmatized: “Rollin’ eyes back in my head / Make my toes curl, yeah yeah.”

And he’ll drop everything when he gets that booty call — presumably from wife Hailey Baldwin — even driving his Lamborghini in his slippers: “Hop in the Lambo, I’m on my way / Drew House slippers on, with a smile on my face.”

Now Beliebers everywhere will think Drew House slippers — from the singer’s clothing line — are the hottest thing ever.

While “Yummy,” with its lightweight lyrics, isn’t the slam-dunk of a “Sorry” or a “Love Yourself,” it’s a chill, moody groove that sinks in with each spin, bringing to mind the sexy soul-pop of another Justin — Timberlake.

It’s the beginning of what looks to be a big 2020 for Bieber: After his “Yummy” video premieres at noon Saturday, his “Justin Bieber: Seasons” docuseries will debut on YouTube on Jan. 27.

Bieber is set to deliver a new studio album later this year — although no release date has been announced yet — and in May will launch a tour that includes a Sept. 26 show at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

After a long wait for JB’s solo return, that should be enough to satisfy the cravings of many a Belieber.

Lovebirds Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin attend a 2019 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs between the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs last April. Right: Cover art for his
Lovebirds Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin attend a 2019 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs game between the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs last April. Right: Cover art for his “Yummy” single.Omar Rawlings/Getty Images; DefJam
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