Justin Bieber's 'Mistletoe' Date Teased in Official Video Trailer
After being previewed in behind-the-scene footage, Justin Bieber's "Mistletoe" music video is now available for a sneak-peek in an official trailer. It teases romantic scene which sees the Canadian heartthrob taking a girl to a date during Christmas. They are seen walking down the street under snow fall, and getting into a photo-booth to take a series of funny but romantic pictures.
Directed by Roman White who previously helmed "One Less Lonely Girl" clip, the video is set to premiere Tuesday, October 18, at 7:54 P.M. ET/PT. "We are in the holiday spirit," Bieber says. "I'm really excited. [The song is] really catchy. I know all my fans are going to love it. It's something that I feel like they're going to be singing every Christmas."
On the day the video gets debuted, Bieber will sit down with MTV for a 30-minute interview about the video, his new album and his holiday plans. Beliebers can take part in quizzing the teen popstar by submitting their questions through texts or video questions via Twitter, using the hashtag #AskBieber.
The sweet reggae tune will be released on iTunes on October 17. It's the first single from Bieber's upcoming holiday album "Under the Mistletoe" which is due in the United States on November 1. $1 from every copy of the album sold will be donated to charity. Usher, Mariah Carey, Busta Rhymes, The Band Perry and Boyz II Men are lined up as featured guests.
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