For the millions of teenage girls who have dreamed of literally wearing Justin Bieber, what you're about to read is a fan's (kinda twisted) dream come true.
A Canadian company is taking Belieberdom to new heights by selling cloned copies of the 18-year-old 'Boyfriend' singer's DNA in a necklace.
Stored in a silver pendant, the DNA is extracted from a piece of Justin's hair. Cloned copies will be sold for $120 a pop, while the original strand of hair is set to sell for a lot more in the future.
"We wanted to make this item so that all tweens can afford one and always carry around Justin," Celebrity Gene DNA scientist Ryan Lehto told Radar Online.
Canadian pride also comes into the equation.
"We obtained his hair DNA due to popular demand and because we like that he is Canadian and how he went from YouTube to an international superstar," Lehto said.
If you're not a Bieber fan, don't worry there's something for everyone. The company, called "Celebrity Gene", offers DNA pendants covering long-dead celebs like Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Princess Diana, and even infamous gangster Al Capone, who died in 1947.
Meanwhile, the Biebs is very much living life to the fullest. On his current mission to convince the world he's all grown up, Justin made a shocking confession to US GQ magazine.
"I've had a beer, like, before … But I never get out of control," he revealed.
So what's the big deal? Canada's legal drinking age is 19 … and Bieber hasn't reached that milestone just yet. Naughty boy …
In the interview, Justin also defended his BFF Kim Kardashian.
"You guys are so mean, bro ... People say she doesn't do anything; she actually does do stuff ... she works hard," he said.
That may be so, but no-one's scrambling to buy a celebrity gene necklace featuring Kim's DNA. Yet.
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