Justin Bieber's mystery crush: 'I so do not know how to deal with this'

Justin Bieber is responsible for another less lonely girl – in the world of social media, that is – but his Instagram crush, for whom he publicly searched after reposting her picture with the caption "OMG who is this!!," wasn't ready for all the attention. Wolfiecindy, as she calls herself on the the social platform, is overwhelmed by all the hoopla.

The singer reposted this selfie of Cindy Kimberly, 17, and asked his followers if they knew her.

Wolfiecindy is thought to be 17-year-old Cindy Kimberly, who posts selfies and artistic drawings of herself. In her profile she says, "My name is Cindy and I get too excited about fictional related stuff."

Her user name suggests that she is a fan of Teen Wolf, a 2011 series based on the 1985 Michael J. Fox film. She said, "I so do not know how to deal with this" and pointed out that there were other social media users pretending to be her.

Cindy bears a close resemblance to several other beauties who have caught the heartthrob singer's eye. She bears a resemblance to the 21-year-old's former girlfriend Selena Gomez. It's thought that Selena is currently involved with One Direction's Niall Horan after the pair were spotted getting close at Jenna Dewan's birthday party.

Cindy could also easily be mistaken for Russian supermodel Irina Shayk, who is currently dating Bradley Cooper, or another crush of Justin's, Miranda Kerr. In 2014, Justin is said to have had an altercation with Miranda's ex, Orlando Bloom, about his admiration for the Australian fashion queen.

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However, it's the American songstress who is still on his mind, as he recently posted a beautiful throwback picture of them together. Nor has Selena ruled out getting back with him, she admitted to Elle magazine.

In an interview with Us Weekly, Justin described her as "my homie" and said they still talk.

Asked what he'd learned from their relationship, the singer replied, "(I learned) about life, how to treat women, what women want and need. I think a woman needs security.

"I think a woman needs to feel that security and know that nothing else matters. I learned that with her."

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