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Justin Bieber Releases New 'Mistletoe' Video Trailer, Teases Usher Duet Song

October 15, 2011 (4:01 am) GMT
Bieber previews his Christmas-themed music video through another trailer, and informs that he wil release the Usher-assisted single if the first single goes to No. 1.

continues hyping up upcoming release and video premiere for his new single "Mistletoe". To tide his Beliebers over, the Canadian singer releases another trailer for the Roman White-directed clip, giving a brief glimpse at his on-screen romantic date during Christmas.

The song will be released on iTunes on October 17, one day before the video gets debuted. There will be a special treat if the song sells big. Bieber tweeted, "Spoke to bday boy @usherraymondiv - he says if we get #MISTLETOE to #1 on ITUNES we can release our DUET from the album the next week!!!!!"

Bieber will do an interview with for his morning radio show on Monday. Then, he will sit down with MTV on the following day. Beliebers can take part in the latter interview by submitting their questions through texts or video questions via Twitter, using the hashtag #AskBieber.

The "Baby" hitmaker will release his upcoming holiday album "" in the United States on November 1. $1 from every copy of the album sold will be donated to charity. , , , and are lined up as featured guests.

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