WATCH: Justin Bieber sings his old Christmas hit ‘Mistletoe’

/ 02:30 PM December 26, 2019

Justin Bieber spread holiday cheer to his fans this season as he sang along to his 2011 Christmas hit “Mistletoe” while driving his car in cozy winter clothes.

The 25-year-old called the song a “little throwback” when it began to play in his car, as seen in his Instagram post earlier today, Dec. 26.


He then sang along to the holiday track, singing, “It’s the most beautiful time of the year / Lights fill the streets, spreading so much cheer.”


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Bieber also belted out to “Christmas Eve,” another track from his holiday album “Under the Mistletoe.”

“Merry Christmas,” he said in a separate post.

Wrapping up his little throwback performance in his car, he posted a clip of him singing along to his version of the Christmas classic “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town.”

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Santa coming to town

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The videos have since gone viral with each of them gaining at least more than three million views.

Along with enjoying his old songs, Bieber stated that he will be releasing new music and a documentary series next year, as seen in a video on his YouTube channel yesterday, Dec. 25.  The singer is also set to go on tour to promote his upcoming album.

In light of his new and still untitled album, Bieber revealed that he will be dropping a new song called “Yummy” on Jan. 3.  /ra


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