Sorry Beliebers: Justin Doesn't Think Orland Park Women Are the Most Beautiful - NBC Chicago

Sorry Beliebers: Justin Doesn't Think Orland Park Women Are the Most Beautiful

A story published on a fake news site fooled many into thinking the pop star called women from the southwest suburb "sweet, caring, and beautiful all-around"



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    Well, maybe he does. But he's never actually said so, much less given Orland Park women the detailed accolades that one satire site claimed he did on Wednesday.

    Fantasy news site Daily News 11 reported that "Hollywood actor" Justin Bieber claimed women in southwest suburban Orland Park have the most beautiful women in the world. 

    The post cited an interview with an unnamed radio station in which Bieber allegedly claimed to have visited the community because he "knew a girl" there.  

    The post reads:

    "I knew a girl from Orland Park, Illinois and I visited her and her family in Orland Park a few years ago and I thought at the time that maybe she was just an exception but she wasn’t. And I’m not saying that the women there are necessarily more physically beautiful than other women in other places but, from my experience in Orland Park, the women there have the entire package, ya know? They’re not only beautiful on the outside but on the inside as well. The girl I knew from Orland Park was sweet, caring, and beautiful all-around and I found that to be the case for a lot of women there."

    The post was quickly shared by many on social media, even by the official "Village of Orland Park" Facebook page (though they did note that it may not be true).

    While the singer may love women in the Chicago area, there's one glaring problem with the report: Daily News 11 says in their site description that they are a "fantasy news site. Most articles on are satire or pure fantasy."

    A similar site called KLPO news reported a similar story this week as well, with the exact same quote, but their version was Johnny Depp discussing the women in Hammond, Indiana. That too, was fake. 

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