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Flashing his million-dollar smile: The cover of Boo: The Life Of The World's Cutest Dog.

The cover of Boo: The Life Of The World's Cutest Dog. The five-year-old Pomeranian dog instantly warms to strangers and happily plays up to the camera like an old pro


Early evening at San Francisco’s swanky W Hotel and a crowd of excitable young women are waiting for a glimpse of the newest star in town.
Suddenly, six minutes ahead of schedule — unprecedented for a celebrity of his stature — he takes his place quietly and with a minimum of fuss beneath the spotlight. His understated entrance almost catches his audience off-guard until a lone, hysterical voice screeches: ‘Oh my God! Oh my God! There he is!’
At that, the crowd surges forward as one, brandishing camera-phones to take his picture to the accompaniment of whoops and cheers as nervous-looking security guards try to hold the advancing fans back. 



 Flashing his million-dollar smile: The cover of Boo: The Life Of The World's Cutest Dog. The five-year-old Pomeranian dog instantly warms to strangers and happily plays up to the camera like an old pro
Meanwhile, the star himself settles back on his velvet cushion, lapping up the adulation with the calm air of somebody who’s seen it all before.
But these young women are not here to catch a glimpse of a teen idol such as Justin Bieber or Hannah Montana — although, like Justin, this megastar is famous for his fluffy hairdo. The object of their affection is a five-year-old Pomeranian dog called Boo.
Boo may look like a teddy bear, have slightly suspect breath and be unable to sing, dance or act to any discernible degree (although let’s face it, that hasn’t stopped most X Factor contestants), but he is one of the fastest-growing stars, not only in America but across the globe.

The Daily Mail's Lina Das was granted a 15-minute audience with Boo
He has nearly two million Facebooks fans, a publicist, a book deal, and TV and film offers to his name, as well as a host of celebrity admirers, including socialite Paris Hilton. 
He has appeared on the breakfast show Good Morning America and the normally serious-minded Time magazine called him ‘aww-worthy’.
Desperate to see what all the fuss is about, I find myself wedged between hordes of twentysomething women and their slightly bewildered and embarrassed-looking boyfriends at the bash being thrown in Boo’s honour.
The party is to celebrate the launch of his debut book — Boo: The Life Of The World’s Cutest Dog — and some 120 guests have paid $20 (£13) each to grab a specially ‘pawtographed’ book, spend an hour in his company and even (OMG!) have their photograph taken with their hero.
Francesca Gouw, a 28-year-old who works for a data management company, says: ‘I just saw him on Facebook and loved his haircut, so every now and then I’ve been checking his website for new photos. My friends have been teasing me, saying: “You’re paying to go see a dog?” But he’s just so cute I can’t resist him.’
As you’d expect, getting a personal audience with Boo is not easy. After a week of toing and froing between four different publicists, we’re informed that an hour-long meeting with Boo is absolutely out of the question. His schedule simply won’t allow it.
Instead, I am granted a 15-minute audience with him and, as is the way with all superstars, it comes with many conditions attached. 
His owner, whom Boo refers to on his website as his ‘human’, and who calls herself Jennifer, must remain unphotographed and anonymous at all times. And although I’m reliably informed Boo is sweet-natured, he will not perform tricks for me.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2043927/Boo-Pomeranian-The-Mail-audience-worlds-cutest-soon-richest-pooch.html#ixzz1ZX8Eqoxq

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