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Bieber teams up with Mariah for Christmas


Justin Bieber releases a festive album at the end of October which will include a collaboration with Mariah Carey.

Justin, who also worked with Usher on the album, 'Under the Mistletoe' has re-recorded Mariah's Christmas classic, 'All I Want For Christmas Is You'.

Mariah spoke in a video she posted about how excited she is to be working with the teen star on their "festive collabo". 

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  1. "I Love You Justin Bieber..... Im Totaltly In Love With You,x All i Want For Xmas Is Youu Justin xx,,I Realli Love Youu xx"

    Posted by kimberley on Monday, 19 December 2011 20:14

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  2. "I think it'll be a good tune to listen to cant wait :) x "

    Posted by kaitlin on Friday, 25 November 2011 23:37

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  3. "well I find him a little more acceptable to listen to than Cher Lloyd! and as an alternative to Ronan Parke he's reem!."

    Posted by jezebel53 on Tuesday, 18 October 2011 08:28

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  4. "I have watched the making of this on youtube, looks fantastic! This is guna be a number one hit justin! love you<3<3"

    Posted by Megan :D on Saturday, 15 October 2011 10:18

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  5. "Wow Thats like so cool, can't wait to hear it :-D x luv u."

    Posted by Chante J-B on Tuesday, 11 October 2011 19:47

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  6. "OMB<i hope he gets to xmas number one and i cant wait to buy his new album and listen to misteltoe!<3<3"

    Posted by hannahhhhh on Tuesday, 11 October 2011 16:16

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  7. "i <3 youu justin i cant wait your album will be number 1 at christmass <3 xoxoxxo"

    Posted by leeah on Sunday, 9 October 2011 17:23

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  8. "go justin i l u xxxxxxxxxxxxxx <3 all i want for christmas is you Justin!!!!!"

    Posted by sopenno on Friday, 7 October 2011 16:36

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