Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber Blog Not A Fan Of His New Haircut

Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber Blog Not A Fan Of His New Haircut

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For some reason, it made international news, but it looks like lesbians are refusing to read the memo. Justin Bieber cut his famous hair off days ago, but you would never guess it from the photo submissions at Lesbianswholooklikejustinbieber.

Dannielle Owens-Reid, creator of the site, and a featured lookalike as well, tells reporters that there have been exactly zero submissions from ladies with Bieber’s new haircut. It’s as if in Twilight Zone lesbian life, the cut never even occurred.

This leads her to believe that lesbians who resemble the youthful, attractive singer — or at least those “Biebians” who regularly visit her blog — simply aren’t ready to accept the change in his hairstyle. Instead, they seem to be ignoring it.

“I get submissions every single day. Since he cut his hair, that hasn’t changed. But I’m still getting the same amount of pictures of girls with the swoopy Justin Bieber hair, not the new style. It’s like everyone wants to ignore the new cut, just like everyone wants to ignore the fact that he’s dating Selena Gomez. It’s one of those ‘say it ain’t so’ moments,” Owens-Reid said.

The lack of acknowledgment by Bieber look-alikes, she reasoned, could also mean that his signature side-swept style is bigger than anything we could’ve imagined — bigger than Bieber himself.

Dun dun dunnnnn! Owens-Reid is considering creating a petition to bring back the bowl cut Bieber made famous. She may not have such a hard time convincing the teen prince of pop to get back to his roots. An estimated 80,000 people stopped following Bieber’s Twitter account after the new ‘do debuted. Like a modern day Samson, is the hair the secret to Bieber’s power?

Which haircut do you prefer?

Via AOL & Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber

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