Look closely and you'll discover you're looking at a pumpkin with Justin Bieber's face carved onto it by Matt McFarland, 28, from Salt Lake City, Utah. No, Matt didn't decide to carve a Bieber-based jack-o'-lantern on his own, we asked him to do it based on the awesome Edward Cullen pumpkin he carved last year.
Matt told us the Bieb-er'-lantern took between three to four hours to complete (pretty impressive we think), including making his pattern in Photoshop using a photo of JBiebs.
"I was sweating bullets while carving out his hair because I knew that if I messed that up, I'd be letting down all the fans," he said. "I even had my hair styled like his while carving to draw inspiration."
The pumpkin might not look like too much in the daylight, but turn off the lights and it's a different story.
Matt's pumpkin is sure to gain fans worldwide, but his friends aren't among them.
"My friends are used to me carving pumpkins of celebrities," he says. "I have, however, gotten some flak for this one. It's not easy to get away with this one without some taunting being a 28 year old married male with two kids. People who don't know me will think I'm a little strange for doing it. When you've got Bieber Fever, there are very few remedies. This happened to be one that I found."
Are you carving pumpkins this weekend? Get awesome pumpkin carving tips here and get the full scoop on Matt's Bieb-er'-lantern here. What are you carving on your pumpkin?
Check out the full movie poster of Justin Bieber’s upcoming 3D movie, Never Say Never!
Revealed piece by piece over Twitter, the final and full poster debuted on USA Today earlier this morning. WHAT DO YOU THINK OF IT?
Jon Chu, director of the flick, caught up with MTV to chat about the poster and movie: “It’s a really fascinating story, and it has a lot to do with our sort of digital lifestyle now. He was able to do what corporations try to do now when they use YouTube, and they don’t even know what to do with it yet. It’s a pretty cool story for our time. [It's] a movie for his fans, a movie for people who don’t know him, and we’re gonna tell the underdog story of where he came from,” he shared.
Justin is also pictured below arriving in Vancouver and meeting up with his dad, Jeremy.
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never hits theaters in February 2011.