Girls' Generation (SNSD) Wins Gold Medal in Pop Olympics Against Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift

By Staff Writer | August 07, 2012 01:47 PM EDT

Girls' Generation (SNSD) Wins Gold Medal in Pop Olympics
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Girls' Generation won the gold medal for the Pop Olympics on the Popdust website.

The Pop Olympics is a competition where world stars from the U.S., Canada, Britain and Korea are chosen to be put into a poll. Girls' Generation beat Big Bang and the Wonder Girls with 49% of the votes.

Girls' Generation also went up against Justin Bieber from Canada and Taylor Swift from the states. 

K-Pop girl group Girls Generation won first place in all 5 of the categories including, Best Music Video, Hottest Artist, Best YouTube Moment, Best Fans and Best Songs. The voting period was from July 30 to August 6. The Wanted won the silver medal and Taylor Swift won the bronze.

Popdust is a music portal website that opened in 2011 by the top editor of Spin, co-founder of XM radio and an executive from Vanity Fair.

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