Move over Justin Bieber, you've got competition!

Published February 18, 2015
Justin Bieber. - Photo courtesy: Rolling Stone
Justin Bieber. - Photo courtesy: Rolling Stone

Teenage heartthrob Justin Bieber has fans in some unexpected places!

A video of two unknown girls belting out their own version of his immensely popular first single, 'Baby' has gone viral on social media.

You can see two girls somewhere in Punjab performing an impressive cover of the Bieber original with only a mutka providing background music, which lets their voice shine all the more. One of them sings lead vocals whereas the other girl provides impressive supporting vocals. The identity of the young girls still remains a mystery.


Baby's video made Justin Bieber the youngest artist to have achieved over 1 billion views on YouTube. These girls could give Bieber a run for his money and people on social media seem to agree:

Many stars, such as Carly Rae Jepsen, Kim Kardashian, Soulja Boy, Kate Upton and Justin Bieber himself, found fame through social media. Think these two girls could be the next to hop on to that bandwagon?

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