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If both people "like" one another they are connected through an in-app chat feature.
Fan clubs existed on the theory that in order to be around other people who liked a singer or actor as much as you did, you'd need to pay some dues and show up at monthly meetups, or getting a newsletter in the mail. Twitter basically exists for the purpose of fueling a non-stop Justin Bieber fan meetup - the sheer amount of accounts dedicated to only tweeting about Beebs is incredible; you can tell because they tend to have Justin somewhere in the username.
A crucial aspect of Twitter-Bieber mania is trying to convince Justin to follow you back. The site Waiting for Bieber uses Twitter's API to show, in real time, people who tweet "follow me justin".
Unlike most celebrities who use Twitter like the rest of us do – following maybe 200-300 accounts that we actually read -- Justin follows over 122,000 people. Because there's a realistic possibility Justin will follow you back if you ask, people are asking him literally all day long.
What's the benefit of being followed by Justin since he follows roughly the six times the capacity of Madison Square Garden?