Last year, Justin Bieber reported that he doesn’t believe in Santa Clause — and that he never did.
“My mom always told me there wasn’t a Santa,” Bieber said in a new interview with AOL Music. “This was her logic: 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.”
Perhaps the fact that he got pots and pans one year for Christmas has something to do with not having faith in the man with the big white beard.
Michael Buble, on the other hand, maintains that he still believes in Santa Clause. And he chalks it all up to one Christmas morning when he got the present of a lifetime:
“My room was being fumigated when I was 7, so no one could go in the room a week before Christmas.And magically on Christmas morning Santa had left clues to go up to the room and when I got there, the room had been transformed into “Star Wars,” like my wallpaper was “Star Wars,” my bed spread was “Star Wars” — I even had a Darth Vader light where the switch was his nose and it turned on and off. If I ever had any doubt that there was a Santa Claus, I realized I was a fool because no one could have gotten into that room but Santa Claus because the fumigation would have killed them.”
The crooner who has perfected old Christmas classics like “I’ll be Home for Christmas” and “White Christmas,” says he still has faith in St. Nick, and is a staunch defender of the Old Man. When asked how old he was when he learned Santa Claus wasn’t for real, Buble responded in mock anger: “There is a Santa Claus. When you stop believing, then he doesn’t come, and I feel sad for people don’t believe in him anymore.”
When did you stop believing in Santa … or did you?