Hollywood, CA — Justin Bieber’s camp held a press conference today to announce that Bieber will be chatting with his fans on Omegle, a free online chat website, January 14th from 1pm until 11pm PST.
Bieber’s manager Paul Horner told reporters that this is a great way for Bieber to communicate with his fans and fix his tarnished reputation. “After it was reported by TMZ that Justin was smoking marijuana with friends, this hurt Justin deeply. He loves his fans very much and just hopes they can forgive him,” Horner said. “That is why he is spending most of his day this Monday chatting with his fans, his true beliebers as he likes to call them.”
“I think it’s great what Justin is doing,” says 11-year-old Ashley Hawthorne from Brooklyn. “Everyone makes mistakes in life ya know. I love Justin no matter what he does. I’m a true belieber!”
Horner said Bieber will be glad to answer any questions that his fans may have for him. “Justin said he wants his fans to be honest and open with him, and he will do the same. He also said he expects them to be polite and courteous and he will do the same,” Horner said. “Justin is really looking forward to Monday so lets make this a great experience for everyone.”
The Bieber camp told reporters that if a fan is looking to chat with Bieber they simply need to type in the words “I AM A BELIEBER” before starting a conversation with a new stranger. “This will let Justin identify you as a fan,” Horner said. “Each individual has a limit of 10 minutes to chat with Justin before he will move on to the next fan.”
Leif K-Brooks who created Omegle back in 2009 said he is thrilled to have Bieber on his site chatting with fans. “This is exactly what I created the site for. It connects people who would normally never meet in real life. I’m announcing January 14th as ‘Justin Bieber Day’ on Omegle.”
Omegle is a free online chat website that allows users to communicate with strangers without registering. The service randomly pairs users in one-on-one chat sessions where they chat anonymously using the handles “You” and “Stranger”. Omegle also recently launched a mobile application that lets users chat with strangers from an iPhone, iPod Touch, Android,or Palm webOS device.