Top 10 Gifts for Celebrity Fanatics

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What pre-teen girl doesn't want Justin Bieber for the holidays?

While no one can quite make that happen, we can come close. There are guides galore for those who want tech toys, kitchen knick-knacks, and fantastical foods, but for those who covet gifts with a star-stamp of approval, ABCNews.com has got you covered.

Below, a rundown of 10 celebrity-centric presents to give and to get:



Justin Bieber's Just Beats

1. Bieber's Boppin' JustBeats. Not just any pair of earbuds will do for the dude with the famous 'do. Pop sensation Justin Bieber teamed up with Dr. Dre's line of Beats audio accessories to create headphones destined to make his fans go wild: JustBeats by Dr. Dre from Monster. While Bieber's over-the-ear headset ($179.95) and in-ear buds ($99.95) are priced higher than the average pair of audio candy, the "Baby" singer thinks his listeners deserve the best. "Kids spend a lot of money on shoes and clothes and stuff. They spend $200 on an iPod and then they spend like $15 on headphones," he says in a YouTube video promoting JustBeats. "It just doesn't make sense." What does make sense, according to Bieber? Picking out a bright purple finish for his 'phones: "I chose purple to be the signature color of JustBeats because I just think it represents me the best."



Wines That Rock

2. Wines That Rock. Forget beer, vodka, moonshine and all the rest -- this year, wine is the most rock 'n roll beverage of all. Wines That Rock, the leading bottler of rock band-certified wine, is out with a new varietal just in time for the holidays: The Police Synchronicity, a red-wine blend of carignane, zinfandel, syrah, petite syrah, grenache and viognier. Winemaker Mark Beaman came up with the blend after listening to "Synchronicity" on loop. "I tried to reach Sting's octaves and I think the viognier and grenache let me do that," he told ABCNews.com. "Petite syrah gives the wine heft." Sound confusing? Here's the takeaway: It's delicious. Pick up Wines That Rock's Rainbow Pack ($69), which includes a bottle of The Police Synchronicity plus three other popular varietals: Rolling Stones Forty Licks Merlot, Pink Floyd The Dark Side of the Moon Cabernet Sauvignon, and Woodstock Chardonnay, as well as a collector's t-shirt -- perfect for the rock fan on your list.



Glee Karaoke Revolution

3. Glee, the Game. For the Gleek in your life, no gift is more appropriate than "Karaoke Revolution Glee," the new singalong video game based on the hit Fox show. In addition to rocking out with the cast to the most popular songs from season one of "Glee" -- like "Don't Stop Believing" and "Sweet Caroline" -- players also can revel in never-before-aired scenes and songs and test their ability to reach hard-to-hit notes. Pick up the Nintendo Wii-ready game for $60.



Snooki

4. A Snookified Piece of Bling. According to the Hollywood Reporter, pint-sized "Jersey Shore" starlet Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi will crawl into the crystal ball that will drop in New York City's Times Square on New Year's Eve. Her fans may not be willing to go to such drastic measures to get noticed. For the poofy-haired princess in your life, consider picking up a ring that captures both the glare of Snooki and the essence of the Times Square icon: MARC by Marc Jacobs' New Year Ball Ring, $68.



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