Justin Bieber New Christmas Album 'Just Finished'

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    Singer Justin Bieber arrives at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, August 28, 2011.
By Ray Downs, Christian Post Reporter
September 13, 2011|9:09 pm

Beliebers have another reason to look forward to the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ: a new Justin Bieber Christmas album.

At an event during New York Fashion Week Monday, Bieber told OK! Magazine all about working on two upcoming albums at the same time.

"It's crazy. I started a little bit on my actual album, but I've been really focusing on my Christmas album," Bieber said. "We just got it finished so I'm like really excited about the final outcome."

Bieber went on to describe the exhilaration of making a new album and the satisfaction of finishing it.

"It was really incredible. Really just glad to be done with that and start with my album," the pop star said.

If any fans happen to be worried that a new Christmas album will be nothing but Bieber singing "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" and "Jingle Bells," they will be in for a happy surprise.

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"There are a couple original songs, a couple classics, but mostly originals," Bieber said.

Although it is supposed to be a Christmas album, Bieber hinted that his fans might not have to wait until December 25 to have a "Belieber" Christmas.

"Thinking about starting Christmas early...like november. #newmusic," he tweeted yesterday.

Fans responded to Bieber on Twitter with their usual enthusiasm.

“That just made my day," tweeted YeahItsJenayy. "Does this mean Christmas album AND #believe in the same month? #swag :)"

The "#believe" hashtag refers to Bieber’s highly anticipated follow-up album to his massively successful "My World" and "My World 2.0."

"Believe" is slated for a November 15 release.

 

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