In 2010, the Most Popular Boy in the World floated above little-girl throngs in a metal heart. He serenaded them with love songs, danced, strummed an acoustic guitar to show he was deep, and played drums to show he was hard. At 16, he defined, as so many of these quivering admirers testified, an adolescent's idea of "cute": a softly symmetrical face of cushiony lips and Proactiv skin and chocolate bon-bon eyes. And he had... More >>>