Music fans are sick of the same old same old under the tree: band t-shirts and CDs they probably downloaded (for free, let's be honest) already. With artists offering not only innovative merch but also branded beauty products, toys, games and books, shopping for the pop music fan on your list just got easier. Billboard.com highlights some of our favorites picks for simply having a musical holiday gifting season.
Justin Bieber Dolls & More
2010 was the Year of the Bieber, so it seems only appropriate that the teen idol has so many gift options available for sale this holiday season. First, there are the Justin Bieber Singing Dolls, which were recently nominated for a Toy of the Year Award. Several different dolls are available, such as the "Baby" and "One Less Lonely Girl" models that play Bieber songs and emulate music video looks. Several non-singing dolls, all wearing different outfits, will also be released with the rest on Dec. 1. They sell from anywhere between $27 and $53 online and at major retailers.
Bieber's other gift options this year include his perfect-for-stocking-stuffers One Less Lonely Girl nail polish line for Nicole by OPI, which will sell -- quite affordably, of course -- exclusively at Walmart starting in December. Walmart also has the exclusive sale (for $10) of Justin's "My Worlds Acoustic" album, which drops Black Friday. If that's not enough Bieber for your little Belieber, Justin's book, "First Step 2 Forever," dropped last month.