It’s December, and you know what that means! It means that it’s officially time to start binge watching all of our favorite holiday music videos! These videos will be sure to get you into the Christmas spirit in no time. Check out some of our favorites!
“Mistletoe” by Justin Bieber
Honestly… Justin Bieber’s christmas music is EVERYTHING! And, NGL, this video and song in particular is always a favorite of ours to watch and listen to this time of year. It’s very cute and lighthearted and all around adorable. Also, it never fails to make us wish that it was us under that mistletoe with Justin!
“Santa Tell Me” by Ariana Grande
This video is our holiday pajama party goals! Ariana’s video is SO fun and makes us wish we could have a pajama party as cool as this one during the holiday season. Plus, the bloopers at the end are absolutely hilarious!
“Santa’s Coming For Us” by Sia
This star-studded video is nothing less from what we would expect from Sia. Simply put, it is SO magical, and it will definitely get you and your family into the christmas spirit.
“Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” by Michael Bublé
Is it really Christmas season if we don’t listen to the Michael Bublé Christmas album? This one never gets old. Michael Bublé sure knows how to make Christmas fun!
“All I Want For Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey and Justin Bieber
Although it’s not the original, this version of Mariah’s Holiday classic is so fun to jam to and is a Christmas MUST! The video is so fun and joyous that you seriously can’t help but to feel the Christmas spirit!
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