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Though we can’t deny the pop crack that is “Baby”, Justin Bieber has some really cringeworthy things to say about his fragrance. Again.
Remember that hilarious spoof of Justin Bieber‘s Someday fragrance commercial that the teen sensation did with Jimmy Fallon? Well the outtakes from said hilarious spoof are even more hilarious than the finished product.
Here’s a nice antidote to help cool down a raging case of Bieber fever: an ice cream sundae inspired by the pop star’s perfume, Someday. British department store Harrods celebrated Someday’s UK launch with a sweet tribute to Justin Bieber — an ice cream treat that tastes just like the fragrance.
Taylor Swift, America’s sweetest pop star, has created her first fragrance. It’s called Wonderstruck, and the name of the Elizabeth Arden perfume was taken from Swift’s song “Enchanted”, in which she describes meeting someone “wonderstruck, blushing all the way home.”
Here’s some news that won’t be hard to Belieb: Justin Bieber’s perfume Someday may be the best selling fragrance of the year. The perfume has netted over $3 million at Macy’s stores alone since Biebs appeared (and was “attacked”), at the store’s Herald Square location three weeks ago.
Honestly, everything about Justin Bieber’s fragrance for the ladies is hilarious. It’s called Someday, which is clever but pretty heavy handed, Bieber has no idea why he made it, and, in addition to the fact that the bottle looks just like Marc Jacobs’ Lola scent, it’s also a little a little yoni-ish. (What?) So when we saw that Jimmy Fallon had spoofed Bieber’s scented money-making scheme, we thought: too easy.
Justin Bieber‘s lady fragrance has already provided us with a few giggles, but listening to the teen pop sensation preach about perfume? FULLY HYSTERICAL.
We could sit here and lightly poke fun at Justin Bieber’s new women’s fragrance all morning, and we we’d actually entertained the idea of doing just that. But then we asked ourselves, what would be the point? Bieber’s new scent Someday is destined to be an olfactory business phenomenon the likes of which we’ve never seen before, and there is nothing we can do about it.