Looks like the Belieber vote is up for grabs in 2012.
Last night, Justin Bieber was a busy young man on the late night circuit, appearing on both "Late Show with David Letterman" and "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon." When he sat down on the couch to talk to Dave, he answered his questions about his Canadian citizenship as best he could -- but probably did not realize he was about to get a call of civic action.
Since Bieber just turned 18 in March, Letterman asked him whether he'll vote in Canada, and Bieber responded that he was too unaware of the political situation in Canada to make an educated vote.
"Listen, Justin, you should vote here!" Letterman told him, encouraging him to vote in the U.S. "It would be a great example for young people all across this country, and maybe a little bit in Canada, if you were to vote."
"If I could vote, and if I were an American citizen after I turned 18, I would definitely vote," Bieber replied. You heard him, girls.
But his answer wasn't good enough for Dave. "Who would you vote for?"
That was something Justin wasn't prepared to answer. "I mean, I would probably vote for, uh..." he said as he mock-evaded the question.
Did performing alongside President Obama at the Christmas in Washington event last December mean nothing to you, Justin? Or can you simply not ignore the legions of your female fans who are equally as enthusiastic about Mitt Romney?