Fans are found in every part of the world. It is said that Justin Bieber is more famous than Dalai Lama and President Barack Obama. The longer hairstyle formerly worn by Bieber and its popularity with teenage girls proved to be cultural phenomenon, becoming one of the most copied hairstyles among teenage boys. The new year of 2011 officially has its first viral star, and it’s 17-year-old Jamie Laou.
The 17-year-old Australian teenager has won over hundreds of thousands of YouTube viewers thanks largely to his nearly mirror-image resemblance to Justin Bieber.
According to the Hollywood Gossip, Jamie Laou kicked off a run of live Webcam performances in late 2009. Simply based on his appearance, viewers around the world assume he was Bieber. Jamie Laou now has over 1,18,000 Twitter followers and attracts as many as 8,000 people to his YouTube videos, which he continues to broadcast.
Celebuzz.Com chatted exclusively with Jamie Laou via email to get his take on his newfound web stardom, what he plans to do with it, and what he thinks of Bieber’s alleged romance with Selena Gomez. “I hope it will help with my acting, Haha. I hope i can make more people smile in the future. Make sick kids forget there sick. Laugh a little.”