Justin Bieber, or his press machine, has figured out that hair is a big media hook. Anytime a celeb wants to grab some attention they do something to their hair. Britney shaved hers and Ashlee Simpson tried on a rainbow of hues. Kelly Osbourne went pink. Now the Biebster is following suit.
Recently he got a famous haircut and donated his hair to Ellen. He popped onto Ellen's talk show and handed her the newly shorn tresses which she then put into a special sealed glass container and put it up for auction on EBay for charity.
Justin's tresses fetched $40,668 US for charity. Ellen announced the amount the hair had sold for on her show. Then she signed the seal on the glass cube holding his hair. The cube is signed by The Biebs and Ellen. No one would argue that it was a rousing success.
Now that the excitement of his hair auction has died down, Justin is taking on a new hair frontier.
He is going to grow his mustache. He tweeted on Twitter "im not shaving for a month so you all can see my mustache.. im pumped"
Considering that 80,000 fans left Justin's Twitter feed after he cut his hair, what's going to happen when he grows a full mustache? Will there be more rebellion? Even more importantly, will his lady, Selena Gomez, like the hair growth or not?
If all else fails Justin could start changing up his hair in dramatic ways like Rihanna has done with great success. Or he could shave his head like Britney, except the repercussions could be deadly for his career. Imagine how many Twitter followers he would lose if he completely shaved his head?
Stay tuned as The Biebster explores the media fueled hair world.
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