Tumblr of the Week: Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber

Celebrity look-alikes are always amusing to look at, particularly when an ordinary person looks unbelievably similar to the famous person.

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It's not hard to find people sporting the Bieber 'do these days, with some celebrities among them. Tom Brady rocked it for a while, although not very well. Zac Efron even did his hair like Biebs for a while.

This week we bring you our glorious find,

Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber


More on what's awesome about this week's Tumblr of the Week after the jump...

Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber is an impressive collection of, well, exactly what the title says the blog entails. The site is a combination of a gallery of pictures of J Biebs himself so fans can show their love, and a gallery of chicks who look like him.

Dannielle Owens-Reid is the creator of LWLLJB. The blog even has its own merch; they sell t-shirts that say "I'M NOT JUSTIN BIEBER" so that the public doesn't fooled by the girls' look-alikes.

Here are some of the best submissions:

In some cases it's almost too difficult to tell who is the real Bieber!

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