Three New Music Videos=Triple the Biebs

December 7, 2011

It’s the holiday season and Justin Bieber is in the spirit of giving his fans new music videos. Within three weeks Justin has released three new holiday music videos, giving beliebers triple the time to swoon over the 17-year old. The “Never Say Never” crooner released videos for “Fa La La” with Boyz II Men, “All I Want For Christmas Is You” with Mariah Carey, and the second video version of “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” which appears in the blockbuster ‘Arthur Christmas.’

The concept of the  “Fa La La” video is simple; there’s no gifts, no reindeer, not even any snow. It’s just the Biebs and Boyz II Men singing their hearts out on the steps of a brick building with a vacant city as their set. The video is shot in black & white, which seems to be director Colin Tilley’s signature trademark.


The video for “All I Want For Christmas Is You” is totally different from “Fa La La” in which it is super festive and colorful. It’s shot with a department store as it’s stage while Bieber and friends (Alfredo Flores and Adam Braun make cameos) do a little holiday shopping before spotting the lovely Mariah Carey adorned in revealing Santa Baby getup. As the song picks up tempo, Justin shows us some dance moves and sings on a platform in festive-yet-signature-Biebs attire. While Mariah and Justin trade off verses, JB and friends continue to take advantage of the empty department store and shop for gifts. (Let’s not forget that they seem to get distracted by the Nintendo DS) Soon, fans break through the doors and bombard the two singers, who furnishes their fans with perfectly wrapped presents. The music video was directed by Sanaa Hamri.


The first video version of “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town,” Justin animated himself and helped Santa get ready for Christmas. The newest video of the Christmas classic takes on a Steampunk setting, with the real life version of the Biebs donning the most majestic Christmas vest ever and a robot arm while beating on the drums and watching as co-workers of the toy shop have a little break to show off their pop and lock dance moves. (Can I work there?)

Out of the three videos, which is your favorite?


-Kellie C.

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