A psychic has confirmed that Anne Frank is NOT a Beiber fan.  But, she loves One Direction!

If Anne Frank had not died a teenager in a Nazi concentration camp in 1945, Justin Bieber hopes she would have been his devoted fan. That’s what Bieber, 19, wrote in the guestbook at the Anne Frank House when he visited there Friday, according to the Anne Frank House.

Adolescent and teen girls obsessed with the Canadian singer are known as “beliebers.”   Bieber wants all girls, including Anne Frank, to picture themselves with him, like this:

Bieber, who is in the middle of a European tour, stopped by the Anne Frank House between his concert in Antwerp, Belgium, and a Saturday performance in Arnhem, Netherlands. He told fans on Twitter it was a “chill day.”

But the Long Island Medium, Theresa Caputo spoke to WWN last night.  She reportedly did a reading of Anne Frank and confirmed what many across the world already knew:  Anne Frank is NOT a Belieber.

“Anne Frank is a lovely girl.  She came through for me and said that while Justin Bieber was nice to visit her house and she appreciated it, she is more of a One Direction fan.  She hopes that they will visit her house too.”

Justin Bieber was told about Anne Frank’s preference for One Direction – and he wasn’t happy.

Frank was 13 when she and her family began hiding in a dark and damp “secret annex” of the house to escape the German roundup of Jews in Holland in July 1942. She never left the house for two years, spending much of her time writing in her diary, until she and her family were found and arrested by Nazis in August 1944.

Anne Frank died of typhus in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in March 1945. Her diary survived to tell her tragic and inspiring story.

One Direction reportedly will visit Anne Frank in the next few weeks.  They will sign her guestbook and make sure she knows that they love her too.

The Long Island Medium said, just for the record, that Liam is Anne Frank’s favorite member of One Direction.

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