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The Daily Shuffle: Justin Bieber Never Believed in Santa Claus

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Dec 19, 2011 | 4:59am EST

justin bieberChristmas may be less than a week away, but don't expect Justin Bieber to be waiting for a visit from Jolly Old Saint Nick because it turns out the pop singer never believed in Santa Claus...ever! In an interview with AOL Music, Bieber admits ever since he was little his mom told him there wasn't a Santa because "she thought if I grew up knowing about Santa then finding out he wasn't real, that it would be like she was lying to me. And then when she told me about God, I maybe wouldn't believe her." But the teen heartthrob assured everyone he didn't tell his childhood friends about the discovery since he didn't want to "ruin it for anyone." A philosophy that perhaps his mom may have wanted to consider. - US, AOL Music

News was buzzing all weekend about Britney Spears' engagement to her now-fiancé, Jason Trawick -- and that includes details of the ring! According to Neil Lane -- who designed Britney's engagement ring -- Trawick requested the ring be fit for a princess. Lane explained, "Jason is a romantic and when I asked him to tell me about Britney and what the ring would represent to them so I could find inspiration, his response was always the same -- she is his princess!" With that in mind, Lane designed the ring to look like a mini crown by using a tiara-motif sparkler and adding 90 small, round diamonds around the eternity band. Lane also commented how "Jason didn't want an over-the-top ring with a giant stone." You know, because 90 diamonds isn't extravagant. For an image of the ring, click here. - People

Remember how great the Backstreet Boys were in the 90's? (Don't lie, you know you loved them!). Well, A.J. McLean got married over the weekend to his girlfriend, Rochelle DeAnna Karidis. The couple first became engaged on A.J.'s 32nd birthday in January, 2010 during a performance in Vegas. Congrats to the newlyweds and long live BSB! - E!, People

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