The relationship story of Justin Bieber with Ryan Gosling and Avril Lavigne was circulating on the web for quite some time. But it the first time Baby singer found out about his ancestral connection with both.
He posted ancestry.com list which connects three megastars through DNA connection over many generations.
“I also just found out that I’m related to both Ryan Gosling and Avril Lavigne this is the best day of my life.. it seems super legit it’s on ancestry.com,” the singer wrote.
If you get connected to superstars, you really feel amazing. Justin is a big fan of Ryan Gosling movies; even he suggest Gosling to work on a new film. He is not the only fan; his wife Hailey also love the star.
It looks like that Justin discovered his relationship with Ryan through web surfing. He might want to authenticate this finding as well. This story has been around on the internet for years, though.
Just after 26-year-old singer posted that story, his fan got excited. Even many of his fan wanted to have an ancestral relation with Bieber. Some of them want to know what other superstar could be in their ancestral tree connection.
“You are also related to me, but you are my 27th cousin,” one fan posted.
“Ryan Gosling being your 11th cousin once removed has me weak,” another said.
Anscentry.com wrote, “Totally legit! What a great Canadian combo. This made our Saturday.”
According to ancestry.com study, Bieber, Lavigne and Golsing share a standard family connection whose roots can be found 400 years ago to some of Quebec’s earliest settlers.
Gosling and Justin are 11th cousins, while Bieber is 12th cousin of Lavigne. It looks fascinating, though we don’t know whether it is true or not.
Mathurin Roy and Marguerite Biré are the ancestors of superstars for this connection. Who are they? No idea.
I suggest you to take a look at the diagram posted by the singer on his Instagram.
We all somehow think that Gosling and Bieber have some sort of connection. They have a striking resemblance. Justin manager Scooter Braun admits the same thing with words, “I always saw a strong resemblance.”