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According to the most top tweeted brands on Twitter, Justin tops all other brands. He’s even bigger than the Olympics! (omg, now he’s a brand!)

Trend Peak Position This Week Peak Position Last Week Points Crowdsourced Description
1 Justin Bieber 3 3 4,574 The young Canadian R&B/pop singer has a lot of fans who like to tweet about him. He is trending these days because his solo begins the new version of “We Are the World,” a song for the relief efforts in Haiti.

Subtrends include: Justin Bieber, #iloveitwhenjustin, #BABYMusicVideo, #iLOVEJustinBecause, #becauseofbieber, #welovejustinbieber
2 Olympics 1 6 4,393
3 NBA 1 1 2,693
4 Google Buzz 3 1 1,940
5 BRITs 1 New 1,580
6 We Are the World 1 New 1,500
7 Windows Phone 7 2 New 1,074
8 MNIK 3 3 959
9 #becauseofnickiminaj 1 New 826
10 iPad 4 1 462

Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber are both approaching a major milestone of the new music industry: one billion all-time YouTube views.

Lady Gaga should pass one billion views around October 20 if she continues on her current pace, according to David Birch, communications director at TubeMogul. During September, she averaged almost 1.8 million views per day.

Birch says Bieber will surpass the 1 billion views milestone around November 1 if he keeps up his current pace. During September, Bieber’s videos were viewed about 3.7 million times per day.

After Lady Gaga and Bieber, the next closest artist is Michael Jackson at around 600 million views, says Birch.

Even though Lady Gaga will be the first to the one billion mark, TubeMogul data shows that lately Bieber has been the hotter of the two and has been YouTube’s most-viewed music artist. From July 1 to September 28, according to TubeMogul data supplied to Billboard, Bieber averaged 3.98 million daily views to Lady Gaga’s 2.04 million views per day.

Bieber has been hot since winter. Since February 28, Bieber has averaged 3.83 million daily views while Lady Gaga has averaged 2.53 million. To put their numbers in perspective, Kanye West has averaged 271,000 daily views in that time period.

But what really stands out is the consistent performance of Bieber’s videos. In April, TubeMogul began “Most Viral Videos of the Month” to highlight the most-viewed videos — including unofficial versions — in a given month. Nearly 9 in 10 of all videos to make the list have been music videos, and Justin Bieber has been the one constant month after month. He had four of the top 10 videos of the month from April through August.

Both artists have many of YouTube’s all-time most-viewed videos. Bieber’s “Baby” is YouTube’s most-watched video of all time with 345 million views. His “Never Let You Go” is No. 22 with 92 million views while “Never Say Never” is No. 28 with 86 million views.

justin bieber nsync my world sales record

Truly incredible!!

Justin definitely has something to SMILE about. “My World 2.0” is about to do what no album has been able to do for the last decade. It has now been a top 10 selling album for 27 weeks straight. That’s every week for over 6 months since it’s release March 13, 2010. The last time someone managed to do this was N’Sync with their album “No Strings Attached” and that was back in 2000! It took someone 10 years to reach that point and that person is Justin Drew Bieber!!!!

And guess what? Come next week and JB will beat N’Sync’s record. 🙂



With nearly 750,000,000 upload views in less than one year, JustinBieberVEVO has become one of YouTube’s most viewed and controversial channels. Tween and teen girls have fallen head over heels for the teenage heartthrob and have helped Bieber establish a big presence in pop music despite limited radio airplay.

His fans have also helped him earn YouTube’s most viewed video. After surpassing Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” video in July, Justin Bieber has recently surpassed 300,000,000 views with his video “Baby.” Having been out approximately six months, “Baby” has accumulated an average of 50,000,000 views each month, over 1.5 million daily views

Justin Bieber’s views can’t be entirely credited to his fans. Currently, “Baby” has a ratio of 268,329 likes to 211,900 dislikes. Baby has a sizable advantage as YouTube’s most viewed video, but it’s entirely possible that the dislikes on the video could surpass the likes within the upcoming months. The comments section of “Baby” and other Justin Bieber videos are also bombarded with negative feedback from critics.

Justin Bieber hasn’t been the most successful artist in terms of airplay and popularity. However, add up all the support he gets from his fans, the verbal hatred he receives from critics who loathe what he has contributed to the music industry, and the lack of indifference, Justin Bieber has become one of America’s most controversial and recognized stars.


Google has revealed that they have indexed more than 10 billion images. These images are accessible from their image search engine which has just received a major update.

The company added that their image search engine receives around a billion page views everyday and that the top searches are as followed:

1) Haiti
2) Ke$ha
3) Justin Bieber
4) Nicki Minaj
5) Avatar


Earlier today Justin Bieber’s “Baby” music video featuring Ludacris overtook Lady GaGa’s “Bad Romance” to become the all time most viewed video on Youtube. Before long, Lady GaGa fans went on the offensive and pushed her back into the number one position. GaGa’s little monsters have also defaced the comments section on Justin Bieber’s video. You’ll have to go there to see it for yourself, many of the comments are too explicit to repeat here. The general theme seems to be that Justin Bieber is a talentless homosexual.

At the time of writing, Lady GaGa’s video had 245,092,155 views. Bieber’s “Baby” video had a pathetic 245,074,968 views. If you want to participate in the battle for #1, then watch the videos below. One helpful Lady GaGa fan suggests “if you ever get tired of watching just mute it and keep refreshing while you do other things :)”


Forbes is recognizing teens for their hard work, and naturally Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber are listed among the 11 Most Successful Teen Celebrity Entrepreneurs.

We’re not surprised that Miley, Justin or any of the other teen stars on the list made the cut. Forbes considered celebs who have been able to balance careers in multiple industries — music, film, TV, publishing and fashion — while also finding time for charity work on the side.

Miley is one of the biggest examples of a teen sensation who has managed to score deals in nearly every category. Her success with Hannah Montana skyrocketed, and was the basis for her non-Disney singing and acting pursuits.

Justin on the other hand is recognized for his impressive Internet skills. As you all know, the 16-year-old pop singer launched his career using YouTube, and created a huge fan community on Twitter and Facebook that has set off the Bieber Fever epidemic.

Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, the Jonas Brothers are also recognized on the short list. Find out who else landed spots on Forbes 11 Most Successful Teen Celebrity Entrepreneurs round-up here.


Justin Bieber, 16
Musician, Actor

Unlike many of his contemporaries, Bieber’s career was launched not through the Nickelodeon/Disney machines but on YouTube. A native of Ontario, Canada, Bieber built an online audience by performing cover songs. After he was discovered by a music agent, Usher and Justin Timberlake vied to sign him. Usher won, and Bieber went with Island/Def Jam. In addition to promotional deals with 1-800-Flowers and Microsoft’s Xbox, he recently hosted Saturday Night Live and recorded the theme song for the new Karate Kid.