Yesterday, Justin Bieber tweeted that he had a surprise for his fans, and he didn’t disappoint! Today he released a music video for his single ‘All Around the World,’ which shows a whole lot of crazy fangirling from the footage of his current ‘Believe’ tour. In the video, Justin and Ludacris (who also featured on the single) are shown performing the song live on stage, combined with lots of images of fans going absolutely crazy as they get to meet their idol.
Within no time, Beliebers managed to get a new worldwide trend going on twitter, which showed that the surprise was definitely a success. Most of the tweets indicated that Beliebers were especially happy that Justin had included them in his music video, once again showing his appreciation for his fans.
In quite a contrast, last Wednesday it was reported that about half of Justin’s followers on twitter were fake. Rather than having 37 million followers, it appears that only 17.8 million of them are genuine, active accounts, while a huge part of his followers are accounts which have no followers themselves and who have never tweeted before.
Most likely Justin himself has little to do with these accounts, though, and he definitely isn’t the only one who has this problem. In the graph below you can see that this is the case for most famous accounts, although the statistics show that Lady Gaga’s Monsters have a good reason to be happy: when it comes to “real” followers, it seems like Lady Gaga is about a million people ahead of Justin.
Whether Justin would actually mind is doubtful, though. His music video shows that he has plenty of very enthusiastic fans, and most would say that the dance moves he’s able to make are worth a lot more than the amount of twitter followers he has.
In the meantime, Justin’s tour continues. Tomorrow, the lucky few who managed to get tickets can find him in the GelreDome in the Netherlands, after which he will head over to Norway, where five schools cancelled their midterms just because of his concert.Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!