Laina (Overly Attached Girlfriend)

Laina (Overly Attached Girlfriend)
Laina (Overly Attached Girlfriend)

Laina (Overly Attached Girlfriend) a Starscore of 300,424 and No.13552 today on the Global social media chart

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Overly Attached Girlfriend [OAG OAG] first featured in a YouTube video published by Laina Morris (username wzr0713) on June 6, 2012 that was a submission to a contest held by Justin Bieber who challenged fans to create a "Girlfriend" counterpart to his hit song "Boyfriend". The video, which satirized elements of the Bieber song that have been perceived as clingy, featured the woman staring at the camera with a fixed smile while singing about Facebook stalking her boyfriend and other themes. The video was noticed by the social news website reddit and quickly became popular gaining more than 170,000 views the first day. Arising from the success of the video, 'OAG' became an Internet meme that features the image macro of a young woman featured in the video, smiling and staring manically at the camera that has been captioned in a way that portrays her to be a stalker, jealous, or committed to her love interest to an unhealthy degree. The image came from a still from the video was taken and made into an image macro which also became very popular and spread across many social media websites and was remixed in various ways. The subject (and creator) of the original video has continued to produce further videos, approximately once a week. While most feature the OAG personna, some are entirely 'in character', while others cover other issues, including charity fundraising.