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Tuesday, 14 December 2010

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Some glitter that was purchased by Adam Lambert at The Glittering Glitter Shoppe in Alhambra.

WEST HOLLYWOOD - Adam Lambert has just informed the Hollywood press that he and Justin Bieber will be going into the recording studio to record a brand new Christmas song.

The flamboyant singer known as "Glambert" did not want to say too much but he did state that the song was written by the new songwriting team of Paul McCartney and Jimmy Fallon known professionally as Fallon and McCartney.

The highly glitterized Lambert also revealed that the song was written after Paul McCartney's recent appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.

Fallon said that he got the idea after he and McCartney, who is 68, had done the Beatles hit "Michelle" which Sir Paul wrote. The former Beatle said that when he first wrote the song he had titled it "Scrambled Egg."

Jimmy asked him to appear on his show and sing the original words, which the Liverpool native was only too glad to do. After their performance which was a tremendous hit, the two went back to Jimmy's office and wrote two Christmas songs.

The first one they titled, "Old Saint Nick's Scrambled Eggnog." Jimmy said that he and Paul decided that they would like to have the song recorded by Adam Lambert and Justin Bieber.

The second song was titled, The True Friggin Reason Why Santa's Reindeer Avoid The Wasilla, Alaska Area."

Jimmy said that the second song would be offered to Celine Dion, who has been wanting to record a song written by Paul McCartney for over nine years.

Justin Bieber was vacationing in the Lake Okefenokee swamp region of Florida with his mom and Kim Kardashian and could not be reached for comment.

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