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Justin Bieber's 'Under the Mistletoe' Cover Art Unwrapped

October 1, 2011 (3:45 am) GMT
The 'Baby' hitmaker reveals a glittery, snowflake-themed artwork which will be featured on the front page of the Christmas CD.

The front page of 's upcoming holiday album "" has been unveiled. It features an image of the Canadian singing sensation giving a side look at the camera with snowflakes surrounding him. A red glittery caption bearing his name is attached on it.

"#UnderTheMistletoe #Nov1st - this is not your normal christmas album," Bieber hyped it up on Twitter. A day prior, he tweeted, "I'm so excited!!!! Can't wait till it is released and everyone can hear how amazing it is. $1 of every album sold goes to CHARITY!"

The first single from the album and its music video are expected to come out sometime soon. "We are going to go full force with the promo for this album...buyouts&everything! I honestly think it's the best I've heard from the kid," the pop singer teased what's to come.

Bieber has already done a video shoot earlier this week, and it went "pretty wild" because a throng of fans showed up on the set. He informed on his followers, "We didnt even say our location and thousands of people showed up. my fans go hard!"

There are two confirmed guests in the album. One is who will join forces with Bieber in a song called "Falalalala", and the other is his mentor who will make a duet with the young singer in another song which is yet to be revealed.

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