If you already thought going to university fresh out of high school wasn't hard, well try this. Going to university, not knowing anyone, get embarrassed the second you leave your room and to make matters worse something happens to you that you can't even explain.

So what do you do? Live life like nothing ever happened? No way. 'Cause after you've been changed once there's no way in getting out when you're fully transformed.


6. Chapter 6

Justin Drew's POV

Adrienne, Scooter, Kenny, Jaden, Cody and I all walked in one big group with Twist and Za following behind us. We had already arrived at the venue and talked to the many fans that were outside waiting.

"Alright Justin. Time for rehearsals." Scooter pointed out. I had the biggest urge to tell them that Adrienne wasn't really Justin and that I was him. That stage belonged to me, even though that sounded very greedy.

"Okay." Adrienne started to walk away with Cody and Jaden and Scooter when she turned to me.

"Bye babe." She gave me a side hug before running off with them.

I was most definitely feeling jealous. I'm Justin. This shouldn't be happening. That stage belonged to me. Those songs were mine. This is all I've worked for, and it's extremely hard for me to see Adrienne perform my songs.

I watched Adrienne dance to As Long As You Love Me her voice belting out the chorus. She was perfect, exactly like me. Her voice identical to mine.

She was perfect. I wasn't gonna lie. She was proving to me that she was better at being ‘Justin Bieber’ then I was. She was putting everything she had into this.

"Alright guys, five minute break then back to it." Adrienne gave some of the dancers high fives before getting off the stage and jogging to me.

"What'd you think?" She questioned while raising a brow. She took a seat beside me, my hazel eyes looking deep into hers.

"Good, really good." I looked back at the stage feeling like someone ripped a part of me away.

"Something wrong?" Adrienne asked. I hated how she could tell something was wrong. Even if I was in her body she could always tell.

"Just a little stressed. Your journalism teacher has made me come up with the logo for your schools newspaper. It took a while but I think I've got something great."

"You've joined the newspaper?" Adrienne asked, disbelief written all over her.

"Ya, it was just something to keep me sane for a little while." I looked down at my fingers, the thought of never singing again exploded in my mind. Was it really over?

"Justin, I know that you miss this. Your friends, the stage, your music, the fans. But I would never take this away from you. Your life may come with many perks, and to tell you the truth, all I've ever wanted to do was travel around the world which this will let me, but I love being me. I wouldn't want your life."

Adrienne pulled me into a friendly hug and I could already feel my eyes start to water. "Thanks Ad, your really something special."

Adrienne's POV

"Thanks Ad, your really something special." I could honestly feel butterflies when Justin spoke into my ear. It was a little weird but I knew that Justin meant it even though it came from my body.

"Now get back in that stage." I smiled wide before running back to continue rehearsals.


I ran off of the stage after the last song my heart racing a million miles an hour. I was pumped and exhausted at the same time and it felt weirdly amazing.

"Justin, you did amazing out there!" Scooter smiled. The whole crew was around me cheering and talking about the performance when I noticed Justin off to the corner by himself.

"Excuse me guys." I rushed over to him already knowing his reasons to be off alone by himself.

"Hey, did you like the show?"I asked looking down on him. He looked up as gave me a small smile.

"You did great out there." He turned and looked the other way.

"Justin, could we talk about this?" I started but Justin raised his hand.

"There's nothing left to talk about. I can't change this and neither can you."

This was seriously tearing Justin apart. I knew deep down inside that when he was watching me perform that it hurt him.

"I-I don't know what to say." I spoke truthfully.

"I think that it would be best that I stay in your world for a little while and you live in mine."


"It's for the best Ad, I just can't watch you perform so much better then I did. It hurts so much that I didn't try like you are."


Even though Justin and I weren't actually dating and we were using it just as a cover up, it still hurt to see him walk away just like that. He had told Kenny that there was a family emergency and he was needed back at home. I didn't want to say goodbye. I felt much more comfortable with this whole thing when he was around. But now Justin—in my body—was heading back home and I couldn't do anything to stop him.

"Don't worry Jay, she'll come back, they always do." I couldn't help but roll my eyes at Twists comment.

"Maybe she won't."

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