Justin Bieber’s Vanity Fair Cover Is Lowest – Selling Issue In 12 Years
Vanity Fair's readers don't have Bieber Fever.
The March issue of the glossy mag, which featured the Canadian pop sensation on its cover, only sold 246,000 copies. According to WWD, this makes it Vanity Fair's lowest selling issue since July of 1999, when it was Will Smith's mug that was repelling potential magazine buyers in airports and supermarket checkout lines.
“Who knew 12-year-olds didn’t buy magazines?” said a Vanity Fair spokesperson of the Bieber issue.
Yup, should have thought about that beforehand.