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Pint-sized popstar will serenade President with yuletide songs

Justin Bieber has claimed that he has been invited to play a show for US President Barack Obama this Christmas.

The teenage sensation, who has recently been dogged by claims that he fathered a child with 20-year-old fan Maria Yeater, says that Obama’s children are such fans of his that he’s been asked to serenade the President and US senate with a special festive gig.

Bieber – who will reportedly take a DNA test to settle the paternity row – told Kiss FM:

His kids really like me, I’m doing Christmas in Washington and performing for him and the whole senate.

The Metro also reports that Obama described the singer as a “very nice young man” on a recent trip to a high school in Virginia. The pair apparently met for the first time last year, at the White House Easter Egg Roll.

Justin Bieber released his yuletide album ‘Underneath The Mistletoe’ earlier this month (November 1). According to his manager, the star found it difficult to record a duet of ‘All I Want For Christmas’ with Mariah Carey difficult as “his balls have dropped”.

He is also currently working on his second album, which will be called ‘Believe’ and is set to feature collaborations with Kanye West and Drake.