Justin Bieber Lookalike Dani Shay Covers ‘Love The Way You Lie’ [Video]

Dani Shay, a YouTube sensation mostly because of her extremely close appearance to Justin Bieber, does a cover of Eminem’s “Love The Way You Lie” ft. Rihanna in this video.

A video of a young, pug-nosed woman with a layer of brown hair swept over her forehead, performing Eminem and Rihanna’s music hit “Love the Way You Lie” is making the Internet rounds — which has everything to do with the woman’s extremely close appearance to teen star Justin Bieber.

Shay, one of the most uncanny Bieber lookalikes the world has seen yet, has the web buzzing over this cover of Eminem’s “Love the Way You Lie” on YouTube. Strumming on acoustic guitar (much like Bieber himself does), Shay tackles both Rihanna and Em’s parts of the song, shifting from the heartfelt chorus to the strident verses and back.

It’s probably the closest that Eminem and Bieber will come to collaborating together, and although Shay’s actual performance is not half bad, that’s the last thing that will have people talking.

But Dani Shay and Justin Bieber are not the same person. Like, Justin Bieber, though, Dani Shay sings, plays guitar, has a new album out, has bangs and looks almost identical to the young Canadian musical superstar. But still, she is not Justin Bieber.

In the description for the video, posted on YouTube and viewed almost 200,000 times, Shay writes that she is “stopped everywhere I go because people think I am Justin Bieber. Before I even knew who he was, no matter what I was wearing, I would be asked for photos, autographs, etc. This is my response to that.” [via Mashable, Tv Guide adn Billboard]

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