Move over, Justin Bieber, you′ve been replaced as a teen idol. The FBI reports that three Denver area teenage girls tried to join ISIS. A spokeswoman for the Federal Bureau of Investigations, Suzie Payne, announced on Tuesday that the FBI is investigating allegations that the three teens were attempting to join the Islamic State in Syria. Two were sisters, ages of 17 and 15 were ethnic Somali, along with a friend who was 16 was of Sudanese decent. They pretended to be sick and skipped school last week, somehow obtained about $2,000, and ordered airline tickets from a computer at a local library. They were stopped in Europe and returned home on Sunday. This comes just one month after another young woman from the Denver area, Shannon Coney, 19, tried to fly to Syria to join Al Qaeda. Both the Islamic State and Al Qaeda have devoted much effort on the Internet to recruit new members from the West.