A Canadian company is taking the concept to a new level selling cloned sample copies of the pop star’s DNA in necklace pendants.
Celebrity Gene obtained and extracted the DNA from a piece of Justin’s hair and will begin selling the pendants at the end of May on their website – with the cloned copies retailing for about $120 Canadian, and the original strand will sell for big bucks sometime in the future.
“We wanted to make this item so that all tweens can afford one and always carry around Justin,” said head DNA scientist at Celebrity Gene, Ryan Lehto.
“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!”
Each DNA pendant will come with a silver box chain and a certificate of authenticity.
Celebrity Gene currently sells DNA pendants from other famous icons such as Mozart, Elvis Presley, George Washington and Mickey Mantle.
Justin Bieber wore a diamond encrusted necklace designed by jeweler Jacob & Co. to Saturday’s all-day KIIS-FM concert at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. — and Celebuzz can reveal it’s worth a whopping $34,500.
It’s the second time in a week the “Baby” pop star has stepped out with bling so expensive that he probably needs an armed bodyguard.
When the Biebs escorted boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. into the ring for his junior middleweight title victory against Miguel Cotto in Las Vegas on May 5, he was rocking a $20,000 piece of neck attire.
It’s unclear if both necklaces were gifts or if Bieber paid for them himself.
Justin Bieber rocked a golden diamond-encrusted fish around his neck at the Mayweather fight on Saturday that costs $20,000!!!
Sources tell us, the 14k gold “koi” fish — designed by celeb jeweler Ben Baller — boasts 14 carats of VVS diamonds all over (supposedly fancier than normal non-VVS diamonds). Even the chain is covered in 12 carats of diamonds. It’s unclear if the necklace was a gift or if Bieber paid for it himself.
FYI — Koi fish represent good luck.