Justin Bieber to Release Christmas Album for Charity

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The teen-sensation tweeted the announcement on Thursday, Aug. 25.

This should encourage Beliebers to be extra nice for the rest of the year.

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Justin Bieber announced on Thursday, Aug. 25 that he has been working on an extra special treat for his fans this Holiday season.
“So it’s true… been in the studio doing something special for Christmas,” he tweeted. “We are going to try and raise a lot of money this year for charity!”

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Bieber is no stranger to charitable endeavors. Sales of his wildly successful perfume, “Someday,” benefitted Pencils for Promise and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
“When I was on tour last summer, I had Make-A-Wish in most cities,” he told The Hollywood Reporter in a July interview. “For so many people, their wish was to meet me, and when they did, they were so hopeful and that’s a great feeling. I just wanted to help as many people as I could.”

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Bieber has yet to name which charity will benefit from his upcoming Christmas record.
An extended version of Bieber’s Never Say Never concert film was released at Target earlier this week. The two-disk DVD comes in a collectable keepsake box and features behind-the-scenes footage from his My World Tour, as well as several featurettes. The director’s fan cut retails at $29.95.