coming back to his home and native land, we think it's fitting to remember one of Canada's former teen idols: this guy. He had the requisite popular coif, the bright, tight smile and a swagger like no other, swimming directly after he ate and talking loudly in libraries. Of course, people like this usually have their fame collapse pretty quick and end up working part-time at PJ’s Pets or something.

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Morning Throwback: this is what Toronto teen idols are supposed to look like


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So now that Justin Bieber has announced he’s coming back to his home and native land, we think it’s fitting to remember one of Canada’s former teen idols: this guy. He had the requisite popular coif, the bright, tight smile and a swagger like no other, swimming directly after he ate and talking loudly in libraries. Of course, people like this usually have their fame collapse pretty quick and end up working part-time at PJ’s Pets or something.

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