Holly Sennett claims to be UK's biggest Justin Bieber fan

Daily Echo: Justin Bieber fan Holly Sennett, 13, shows off some of her memorabilia collection Buy this photo Justin Bieber fan Holly Sennett, 13, shows off some of her memorabilia collection

SURROUNDED by Justin Bieber memorabilia, Holly Sennett freely admits the teen heart-throb has taken over her life.

The 13-year-old super-fan has spent the last two years amassing a huge collection of all things relating to the Canadian teenage singing star and spends most of her free time finding out more.

Beliebers

Do you think you know someone who is an even bigger Justin Bieber fan - or of any other performer or band?

Call Emma Streatfield on 01962 860836 or send her an email.

She has even learned the Canadian national anthem, the birthdays of his close family and can name all of his pets.

Bemused friends and family now think she is one of the biggest Bieber fans in the country.

However, she has yet to meet her idol or see him perform live.

Holly, who calls herself Holly Bieber Sennett, from Sholing, Southampton, got hooked when she saw the video of Bieber’s single One Time.

Two years on and she knows the lyrics to all his songs by heart, including some that have not been released yet. She said: “It has taken over my life. I like everything – the music and looks and his smile. But even if he was ugly I’d still like him.”

Related links

Holly’s collection includes posters, DVDs, books, stickers, badges, necklaces, bracelets, T-shirts, a doll, Justin’s perfume and a blanket.

Her room, described by mother Juliet as “the shrine”, has posters covering every available space, including the ceiling.

Outside of school uniform, Holly is always in her Justin Bieber T-shirts and spends her free time scouring newspaper stands, magazines and the Internet for interviews with her hero. The Sholing Technology College pupil spends virtually all of her £15 a month pocket money on the 17-year-old singer.

She and mum Juliet Pearson queued for three hours at the cinema to make sure she was the first person to get in to see Justin’s recent film, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, when it opened in Southampton.

Holly even takes Bieber posters on holiday with her.

Juliet, a mum of three, said: “I thought it would just fizzle out but it’s just got worse and worse and literally every sentence Holly speaks has got Justin Bieber in it.”

Comments (16)

Please log in to enable comment sorting

5:58pm Tue 25 Oct 11

Huffter says...

Who's Justin Bieber?
Who's Justin Bieber? Huffter
  • Score: 0

6:25pm Tue 25 Oct 11

IronLady2010 says...

At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know.
At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know. IronLady2010
  • Score: 0

6:45pm Tue 25 Oct 11

Gainer T Gopher says...

Can someone call one of the C.S.I. teams please...... because I have hunted high and low and I seriously think someone has stolen the news story from this article....!!

With their expert eye for the tiniest detail they might just find it.....
Can someone call one of the C.S.I. teams please...... because I have hunted high and low and I seriously think someone has stolen the news story from this article....!! With their expert eye for the tiniest detail they might just find it..... Gainer T Gopher
  • Score: 0

7:10pm Tue 25 Oct 11

Ollie S says...

can someone please tell me how on earth this qualifies as news?
can someone please tell me how on earth this qualifies as news? Ollie S
  • Score: 0

7:29pm Tue 25 Oct 11

pod says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know.
obviously you have no knowledge of 13yr old girls, surely you must have been one at some time,
I remember being totally obsessed with paul mccartney at a similar age, it is perfectly natural part of growing up.
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know.[/p][/quote]obviously you have no knowledge of 13yr old girls, surely you must have been one at some time, I remember being totally obsessed with paul mccartney at a similar age, it is perfectly natural part of growing up. pod
  • Score: 0

7:30pm Tue 25 Oct 11

IronLady2010 says...

Ollie S wrote:
can someone please tell me how on earth this qualifies as news?
I get it now!!

The ugly bugger has a single coming out 1st November so this is a paid for advertising campaign! They just snook it into the news section VERY discreetly.
[quote][p][bold]Ollie S[/bold] wrote: can someone please tell me how on earth this qualifies as news?[/p][/quote]I get it now!! The ugly bugger has a single coming out 1st November so this is a paid for advertising campaign! They just snook it into the news section VERY discreetly. IronLady2010
  • Score: 0

7:35pm Tue 25 Oct 11

IronLady2010 says...

pod wrote:
IronLady2010 wrote:
At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know.
obviously you have no knowledge of 13yr old girls, surely you must have been one at some time,
I remember being totally obsessed with paul mccartney at a similar age, it is perfectly natural part of growing up.
I think we all had a crush on someone, but this girl is obsessed, so much so that, in her mothers words, Bieber is mentioned in every sentence. That is not a childhood crush!

You only need to look at the guy who was obsessed with Madonna and become so obsessed he broke into her home in London.

A crush is one thing, obsession is another!
[quote][p][bold]pod[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know.[/p][/quote]obviously you have no knowledge of 13yr old girls, surely you must have been one at some time, I remember being totally obsessed with paul mccartney at a similar age, it is perfectly natural part of growing up.[/p][/quote]I think we all had a crush on someone, but this girl is obsessed, so much so that, in her mothers words, Bieber is mentioned in every sentence. That is not a childhood crush! You only need to look at the guy who was obsessed with Madonna and become so obsessed he broke into her home in London. A crush is one thing, obsession is another! IronLady2010
  • Score: 0

9:35pm Tue 25 Oct 11

jojotgirl says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
pod wrote:
IronLady2010 wrote:
At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know.
obviously you have no knowledge of 13yr old girls, surely you must have been one at some time,
I remember being totally obsessed with paul mccartney at a similar age, it is perfectly natural part of growing up.
I think we all had a crush on someone, but this girl is obsessed, so much so that, in her mothers words, Bieber is mentioned in every sentence. That is not a childhood crush!

You only need to look at the guy who was obsessed with Madonna and become so obsessed he broke into her home in London.

A crush is one thing, obsession is another!
Hahahahahah - what a nut job you are......take her for counselling??!??? Yeah, Holly's going to go out and break into Justine Biebers house.........whoooo
ooo!!!........make a note so the police know who it is when it happens!
Holly is a perfectly "normal" teenager (if there is such a thing!) with a celebrity crush. I am absolutely certain that being a bright girl, she also has a definite grasp on reality. Get a life.
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pod[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know.[/p][/quote]obviously you have no knowledge of 13yr old girls, surely you must have been one at some time, I remember being totally obsessed with paul mccartney at a similar age, it is perfectly natural part of growing up.[/p][/quote]I think we all had a crush on someone, but this girl is obsessed, so much so that, in her mothers words, Bieber is mentioned in every sentence. That is not a childhood crush! You only need to look at the guy who was obsessed with Madonna and become so obsessed he broke into her home in London. A crush is one thing, obsession is another![/p][/quote]Hahahahahah - what a nut job you are......take her for counselling??!??? Yeah, Holly's going to go out and break into Justine Biebers house.........whoooo ooo!!!........make a note so the police know who it is when it happens! Holly is a perfectly "normal" teenager (if there is such a thing!) with a celebrity crush. I am absolutely certain that being a bright girl, she also has a definite grasp on reality. Get a life. jojotgirl
  • Score: 0

9:58pm Tue 25 Oct 11

IronLady2010 says...

jojotgirl wrote:
IronLady2010 wrote:
pod wrote:
IronLady2010 wrote:
At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know.
obviously you have no knowledge of 13yr old girls, surely you must have been one at some time,
I remember being totally obsessed with paul mccartney at a similar age, it is perfectly natural part of growing up.
I think we all had a crush on someone, but this girl is obsessed, so much so that, in her mothers words, Bieber is mentioned in every sentence. That is not a childhood crush!

You only need to look at the guy who was obsessed with Madonna and become so obsessed he broke into her home in London.

A crush is one thing, obsession is another!
Hahahahahah - what a nut job you are......take her for counselling??!??? Yeah, Holly's going to go out and break into Justine Biebers house.........whoooo

ooo!!!........make a note so the police know who it is when it happens!
Holly is a perfectly "normal" teenager (if there is such a thing!) with a celebrity crush. I am absolutely certain that being a bright girl, she also has a definite grasp on reality. Get a life.
I'd guess you're related somehow. Hence being so defensive.....

Make sure she studies well at school, if she spends as much time studying as she does being obsessed with a village idiot then she may have a hope in life which alot of youngsters don't get.
[quote][p][bold]jojotgirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pod[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know.[/p][/quote]obviously you have no knowledge of 13yr old girls, surely you must have been one at some time, I remember being totally obsessed with paul mccartney at a similar age, it is perfectly natural part of growing up.[/p][/quote]I think we all had a crush on someone, but this girl is obsessed, so much so that, in her mothers words, Bieber is mentioned in every sentence. That is not a childhood crush! You only need to look at the guy who was obsessed with Madonna and become so obsessed he broke into her home in London. A crush is one thing, obsession is another![/p][/quote]Hahahahahah - what a nut job you are......take her for counselling??!??? Yeah, Holly's going to go out and break into Justine Biebers house.........whoooo ooo!!!........make a note so the police know who it is when it happens! Holly is a perfectly "normal" teenager (if there is such a thing!) with a celebrity crush. I am absolutely certain that being a bright girl, she also has a definite grasp on reality. Get a life.[/p][/quote]I'd guess you're related somehow. Hence being so defensive..... Make sure she studies well at school, if she spends as much time studying as she does being obsessed with a village idiot then she may have a hope in life which alot of youngsters don't get. IronLady2010
  • Score: 0

10:20pm Tue 25 Oct 11

Lord Swood says...

Most teenage girls obsess and idolise someone; the Beatles, Donny Osmond, David Cassidy, Bay City Rollers etc. etc. It's normal, she'll grow out of it in time. All that memorabilia might be worth something one day.
I can remember obsessing about my stamp collection, but it never made me rob a post office!
Most teenage girls obsess and idolise someone; the Beatles, Donny Osmond, David Cassidy, Bay City Rollers etc. etc. It's normal, she'll grow out of it in time. All that memorabilia might be worth something one day. I can remember obsessing about my stamp collection, but it never made me rob a post office! Lord Swood
  • Score: 0

11:19pm Tue 25 Oct 11

Amelie 78 says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
jojotgirl wrote:
IronLady2010 wrote:
pod wrote:
IronLady2010 wrote:
At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know.
obviously you have no knowledge of 13yr old girls, surely you must have been one at some time,
I remember being totally obsessed with paul mccartney at a similar age, it is perfectly natural part of growing up.
I think we all had a crush on someone, but this girl is obsessed, so much so that, in her mothers words, Bieber is mentioned in every sentence. That is not a childhood crush!

You only need to look at the guy who was obsessed with Madonna and become so obsessed he broke into her home in London.

A crush is one thing, obsession is another!
Hahahahahah - what a nut job you are......take her for counselling??!??? Yeah, Holly's going to go out and break into Justine Biebers house.........whoooo


ooo!!!........make a note so the police know who it is when it happens!
Holly is a perfectly "normal" teenager (if there is such a thing!) with a celebrity crush. I am absolutely certain that being a bright girl, she also has a definite grasp on reality. Get a life.
I'd guess you're related somehow. Hence being so defensive.....

Make sure she studies well at school, if she spends as much time studying as she does being obsessed with a village idiot then she may have a hope in life which alot of youngsters don't get.
If your going to say something say something nice. I guess you have never heard of a thing called exaggeration, yes people use this like holly's mum obviously did. Even if they didn't exaggerate give me a reason why a perfectly normal teenage girl can't idolise someone.
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jojotgirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pod[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know.[/p][/quote]obviously you have no knowledge of 13yr old girls, surely you must have been one at some time, I remember being totally obsessed with paul mccartney at a similar age, it is perfectly natural part of growing up.[/p][/quote]I think we all had a crush on someone, but this girl is obsessed, so much so that, in her mothers words, Bieber is mentioned in every sentence. That is not a childhood crush! You only need to look at the guy who was obsessed with Madonna and become so obsessed he broke into her home in London. A crush is one thing, obsession is another![/p][/quote]Hahahahahah - what a nut job you are......take her for counselling??!??? Yeah, Holly's going to go out and break into Justine Biebers house.........whoooo ooo!!!........make a note so the police know who it is when it happens! Holly is a perfectly "normal" teenager (if there is such a thing!) with a celebrity crush. I am absolutely certain that being a bright girl, she also has a definite grasp on reality. Get a life.[/p][/quote]I'd guess you're related somehow. Hence being so defensive..... Make sure she studies well at school, if she spends as much time studying as she does being obsessed with a village idiot then she may have a hope in life which alot of youngsters don't get.[/p][/quote]If your going to say something say something nice. I guess you have never heard of a thing called exaggeration, yes people use this like holly's mum obviously did. Even if they didn't exaggerate give me a reason why a perfectly normal teenage girl can't idolise someone. Amelie 78
  • Score: 0

11:40pm Tue 25 Oct 11

pod says...

Amelie 78 wrote:
IronLady2010 wrote:
jojotgirl wrote:
IronLady2010 wrote:
pod wrote:
IronLady2010 wrote:
At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know.
obviously you have no knowledge of 13yr old girls, surely you must have been one at some time,
I remember being totally obsessed with paul mccartney at a similar age, it is perfectly natural part of growing up.
I think we all had a crush on someone, but this girl is obsessed, so much so that, in her mothers words, Bieber is mentioned in every sentence. That is not a childhood crush!

You only need to look at the guy who was obsessed with Madonna and become so obsessed he broke into her home in London.

A crush is one thing, obsession is another!
Hahahahahah - what a nut job you are......take her for counselling??!??? Yeah, Holly's going to go out and break into Justine Biebers house.........whoooo



ooo!!!........make a note so the police know who it is when it happens!
Holly is a perfectly "normal" teenager (if there is such a thing!) with a celebrity crush. I am absolutely certain that being a bright girl, she also has a definite grasp on reality. Get a life.
I'd guess you're related somehow. Hence being so defensive.....

Make sure she studies well at school, if she spends as much time studying as she does being obsessed with a village idiot then she may have a hope in life which alot of youngsters don't get.
If your going to say something say something nice. I guess you have never heard of a thing called exaggeration, yes people use this like holly's mum obviously did. Even if they didn't exaggerate give me a reason why a perfectly normal teenage girl can't idolise someone.
this is perfectly normal for a young girl, like I said I was the same about paul mccartney at that age, I am sure that I drove my parents mad, in fact I know I did and in the 60s parents were not so accommodating as they are now. I grew out of it, in fact would not cross the road to see him now. He had his chance to marry me then and blew it (in fact I still resent Jane Asher now). His loss.
It is a shame some people cannot read a nice story about a nice young lady, who is not hanging about the streets getting drunk and cuasing trouble without making comments.
Maybe it is the Ironlady that needs councelling??
[quote][p][bold]Amelie 78[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jojotgirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pod[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: At the age of 13, her mother should take her for counselling. It's not healthy for a child to be this obsessed with someone they don't even know.[/p][/quote]obviously you have no knowledge of 13yr old girls, surely you must have been one at some time, I remember being totally obsessed with paul mccartney at a similar age, it is perfectly natural part of growing up.[/p][/quote]I think we all had a crush on someone, but this girl is obsessed, so much so that, in her mothers words, Bieber is mentioned in every sentence. That is not a childhood crush! You only need to look at the guy who was obsessed with Madonna and become so obsessed he broke into her home in London. A crush is one thing, obsession is another![/p][/quote]Hahahahahah - what a nut job you are......take her for counselling??!??? Yeah, Holly's going to go out and break into Justine Biebers house.........whoooo ooo!!!........make a note so the police know who it is when it happens! Holly is a perfectly "normal" teenager (if there is such a thing!) with a celebrity crush. I am absolutely certain that being a bright girl, she also has a definite grasp on reality. Get a life.[/p][/quote]I'd guess you're related somehow. Hence being so defensive..... Make sure she studies well at school, if she spends as much time studying as she does being obsessed with a village idiot then she may have a hope in life which alot of youngsters don't get.[/p][/quote]If your going to say something say something nice. I guess you have never heard of a thing called exaggeration, yes people use this like holly's mum obviously did. Even if they didn't exaggerate give me a reason why a perfectly normal teenage girl can't idolise someone.[/p][/quote]this is perfectly normal for a young girl, like I said I was the same about paul mccartney at that age, I am sure that I drove my parents mad, in fact I know I did and in the 60s parents were not so accommodating as they are now. I grew out of it, in fact would not cross the road to see him now. He had his chance to marry me then and blew it (in fact I still resent Jane Asher now). His loss. It is a shame some people cannot read a nice story about a nice young lady, who is not hanging about the streets getting drunk and cuasing trouble without making comments. Maybe it is the Ironlady that needs councelling?? pod
  • Score: 0

11:45pm Tue 25 Oct 11

pod says...

Ironlady, it is a shame that some people cannot read a nice story about a nice young lady and her idol without trying to turn it into something sinister. This kind of 'worship' is perfectly normal, would you prefer to read about a 13 yr old who is out in the streets, drinking and fighting. I got over my obsession with Paul Mccartney, he had his chance to marry me, but got engaged to Jane Asher instead (his loss haha).
Ironlady, it is a shame that some people cannot read a nice story about a nice young lady and her idol without trying to turn it into something sinister. This kind of 'worship' is perfectly normal, would you prefer to read about a 13 yr old who is out in the streets, drinking and fighting. I got over my obsession with Paul Mccartney, he had his chance to marry me, but got engaged to Jane Asher instead (his loss haha). pod
  • Score: 0

11:51pm Tue 25 Oct 11

mumof3sholing says...

Holly loved doing this interview and it's a shame to see some negative comments but she's a happy girl with lots of friends and a loving family so they won't get her down. It will be lovely for her to look back on this when she's older and reminisce.. and probably cringe a bit too!
Holly loved doing this interview and it's a shame to see some negative comments but she's a happy girl with lots of friends and a loving family so they won't get her down. It will be lovely for her to look back on this when she's older and reminisce.. and probably cringe a bit too! mumof3sholing
  • Score: 0

3:38pm Sun 30 Oct 11

matt- her cousin says...

holly is an amazing person and anyone that has put a bad comment obviously hasnt had the chance to get to know her. so what if she has an obsession! nothing wrong with that! so before you put another bad comment you should probably think about her as a person and not judge on a schoolgirl obsession.
holly is an amazing person and anyone that has put a bad comment obviously hasnt had the chance to get to know her. so what if she has an obsession! nothing wrong with that! so before you put another bad comment you should probably think about her as a person and not judge on a schoolgirl obsession. matt- her cousin
  • Score: 0

3:38pm Sun 30 Oct 11

matt- her cousin says...

holly is an amazing person and anyone that has put a bad comment obviously hasnt had the chance to get to know her. so what if she has an obsession! nothing wrong with that! so before you put another bad comment you should probably think about her as a person and not judge on a schoolgirl obsession.
holly is an amazing person and anyone that has put a bad comment obviously hasnt had the chance to get to know her. so what if she has an obsession! nothing wrong with that! so before you put another bad comment you should probably think about her as a person and not judge on a schoolgirl obsession. matt- her cousin
  • Score: 0

Comments are closed on this article.

click2find

About cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about the cookies we use.

I agree