Justin Bieber’s Instagram Made This Teenager A Model

Images: @wolfiecindy

Remember when Justin Bieber appealed to Instagram with the below picture? No? Well, he did. And it was a BIG deal. Beliebers everywhere experienced more emotions than ever before, with over 362,000 people leaving helpful comments on Justin’s post, advising him as to where this mysterious girl ( Peter Andre) might be found. 

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> Justin Bieber posted this picture to his Instagram account, appealing to the internet to reveal the identity of his mysterious lady crush


Cindy Kimberly, as she’s known, is actually a 17-year old from Spain who earns her money babysitting. But since Justin’s post in December, Cindy has been inundated with offers of modelling. Now, reports suggest that the teenager has been picked to make her catwalk debut at Madrid Fashion Week, which kicks off on 19th February. 

A quick look at her Instagram account reveals Cindy’s love of the selfie, but she also posts pictures of drawings her followers send her. Speaking about the attention she was getting on social media, she said: “When I saw Justin was asking about me I got very emotional because I’ve been a fan of his for more than six years.” In fact, just a week before Justin posted the picture of Cindy, she had taken to social media to profess her love for his latest album. 



Cindy has been compared to both Angelina Jolie and Irina Shayk thanks to her striking features. “My life’s changed positively since Justin appeared in my life,” she said. “At the beginning I felt completely overwhelmed and didn’t know how to deal with it but now I’m getting used to it. I’ve had a lot of job offers since all this happened. I’m constantly receiving calls offering me things, but I’m focused on my studies and fashion commitments I’d already made.” 

While we’re yet to receive confirmation of Cindy’s catwalk turn, we have a feeling we’ll be seeing a lot more of this Instagram star. And it’s all thanks to Justin Bieber. Who’d have thought?