20 Best Celebrity Christmas Songs: Mariah Carey, Taylor Swift & More

There are many great starry options for celebrity Christmas carols. From covers of classics to unforgettable originals, here are some of the best Christmas carols ever.

Merry Christmas to everyone! Holiday music comes in all kinds of different sounds. Whether it’s soft and festive background music or festive Christmas hymns, there is something for all atmospheres and end-of-year celebrations! While wrapping last minute Christmas gifts, there is nothing better to bring holiday joy than putting on that of Mariah Carey Merry Christmas Holiday album or playlist to get ready for Christmas fun!

Some of the biggest names in music have lent their voices to tracks that have become holiday favorites and Christmas classics. Taylor Swift, Demi Lovato, Katy Perry, John Legend, Toni Braxton, Destiny’s Child, and The Jonas brothers are only one little of your favorites who celebrated “the most beautiful time of the year” through song. If you’re looking to remember some of your favorite artists on holiday classics or new additions to your own holiday playlist, check out our list (maybe even do it twice) and get deep into the spirit. of Christmas ! Happy Holidays!

Mariah Carey, “All I Want For Christmas Is You”

A ‘must have’ for any holiday pop playlist, Mariah Carey’s modern classic remains a staple every Christmas season. He also continues to top the charts whenever December rolls around (in fact, as of December 8, he’s been # 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.) In 2020, Mariah teamed up with Ariana Grande and Jennifer Hudson for an updated version of his 2010 hit, “Oh Santa! So there’s plenty of Mariah for your playlists this Christmas.

Mariah Carey performed during the ‘VH1 DIVAS HOLIDAY: UNSILENT NIGHT’ show in 2016. (Sipa via AP Images)

Taylor Swift, “Christmas Tree Farm”

Any diehard Swiftie will tell you how Taylor Swift spent five to ten years living on a Christmas tree farm owned by her father. Those same Swifties will also choose Taylor’s 2019 song “Christmas Tree Farm” as their favorite song to listen to this year. Some might choose his version of Pan« Last Christmas » the son ep de 2007, La collection de vacances Taylor Swift.

Ariana Grande, “Santa tell me”

Fancy more Ariana Grande for your vacation? The music star has released a lot of Christmas music, including his 2015 EP, Christmas and relaxation. This is actually his second holiday EP, after 2013 Christmas kisses. Between those two is “Santa Tell Me,” like that special gift hidden in the back under the Christmas tree.

Ariana Grande performs onstage during A Very GRAMMY Christmas at the Shrine Auditorium on November 18, 2014 (AP Images)

Katy Perry, “Little Cozy Christmas”

Considering Katy Perrylove of crazy outfits, celebrations and everything camp related, it makes sense that she has a very Katy Christmas song. The singer released “Cozy Little Christmas” in 2018 and followed up with a music video (which included reindeer massages) in 2019.

Justin Bieber, Gui

For many dedicated Beliebers, there is nothing they would have wanted more than to meet Justin Bieber under the mistletoe. In 2011, the Canadian superstar released Under the mistletoe, her second studio album and her first collection of holiday songs. He has since married Hailey Baldwin, so expect them to smooch under the mistletoe this Christmas.

John Legend ft. Stevie Wonder, “What Christmas Means to Me”

Stevie Wonder a repris « What Christmas Means To Me » sur son album de 1967, One day at Christmas. So when John Legend released A legendary Christmas in 2018, he called on the music icon to join him and do the song justice. It’s like Stevie is his Secret Santa!

Jonas Brothers, “As If It Was Christmas”

The Jonas brothers – Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Kevin Jonas – are no strangers to Christmas music. A young “Nicholas” Jonas released “Joy To The World (A Christmas Prayer)” in 2003, and the JoBros released “Girl Of My Dreams,” a holiday-themed love song, in 2007. Fast forward until 2019, and the brothers – all grown up and married – have decided to offer their fans a song about what it feels like every day “Like it’s Christmas” when you’re in love.

Gwen Stefani ft. Blake Shelton, « You Make It Feel Like Christmas »

Since the start of a romance in 2015, Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton were partners in love – and in music! So it made sense that Blake would appear on Gwen’s vacation album in 2017, You make it feel like Christmas. In fact, Gwen and Blake duo on the album’s title track and pack into the PDA in the official music video.

Gwen Stefani performs at the 2019 Christmas Tree Lighting at Rockefeller Center in New York City. (PA)

Dolly Parton ft. Miley Cyrus, « Christmas Is »

Surprisingly, it was not until 2020 for Dolly Parton to release an album titled Un Noël Holly Dolly. It wasn’t her first holiday album – she and Kenny Rogers published Kenny & Dolly: Once Upon A Christmas in 1984, and she released Home For Christmas in 1990 – but Holly Dolly is the only Christmas album of his that features his godson, Miley Cyrus.

Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello, “The Christmas Song”

There have been some amazing Christmas duets in the past: Bing Crosby and David Bowiethe iconic version of “Little Drummer Boy”; Tegan et Sara‘s « Make You Mine This Season » ; même Will Ferrell and Zooey Deschanelthe shower version of “Baby, it’s cold outside” in Elf account. So when is the time to their Duo de Noel, Shawn Mendès and Camila Cabello teamed up for “The Christmas Song”.

Kelly Clarkson Ft. Reba McEntire & Trisha Yearwood, « Silent Night »

There are many choices for Wrapped in red, Kelly ClarksonThe 2013 Christmas Scrapbook, which would make your playlist “merry and bright”. Considering his team with country music superstars Reba McEntire and Trisha Bois of the Year to begin with, as their three voices soar on “Silent Night”.

Destiny’s Child, “Do you hear what I hear? “

It might have been too much on the nose (red) if Destiny’s Child had called their 2001 Christmas album We three queens. Instead, they went with 8 days of Christmas, and it’s packed with songs that could be great additions to any playlist, including their rendition of “Do You Hear What I Hear?” “

Destiny’s Child a interprété « 8 Days of Christmas » au spectacle Victoria’s Secret Christmas Dreams & Fantasies en 2002. (Star Max via AP Images)

Toni Braxton, “Christmas is here”

Toni Braxton offered the world Snowflakes in 2001, a collection of holiday classics such as “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas”, “This Time Next Year” and its collaboration with Hirsute, “Christmas in Jamaica. One of the jewels of this album is its version of “Christmastime Is Here”, the Vince Guaraldi song made famous on Un Noël Charlie Brown.

Jimmy Eat World, “Last Christmas”

George michael and Andrew Ridgeley engraved their names in the Christmas Music Hall of Fame in 1984 when, as a musical duo Pan, they published “Last Christmas”. Since then, the track has been taken up by many numbers, including Hilary Duff, Ashley Tisdale, Ariana Grande, and Carly Rae Jepsen. Jimmy eats world released their version of the song in 2001, and it has become a staple of their setlist every time Christmas draws near.

Lizzo, “Never felt like Christmas”

Lizzo has a Christmas song, everyone! She released “Never Felt Like Christmas” in 2015, and it’s perfect for those who’ve never gotten into the holiday spirit – until they unwrap the gift of love. “I never saw a miracle in my fifties, something on the street,” she sings. But now I’m singing, the bells are ringing, it’s all new / I’m in love with you, ooh ooh oh, you / All these years I’ve been left down until you come / It didn’t never looked like Christmas.

Demi Lovato, “Wonderful Christmas”

Despite Antoine Fantano, aka “The Internet’s Busiest Music Nerd”, contemptuously, a lot of people love it Paul Mccartney‘s “Wonderful Christmas”. And like Demi Lovato, many pop stars decided to cover it up. Demi’s version was part of the 2008 Hollywood Records compilation, All packed.

Britney Spears, “My Only Wish (This Year)”

Britney Spears tried to become the Christmas Queen with the release of “My Only Wish (This Year)”, one of the songs of the 2000s Platinum Christmas. The compilation also featured Monica, Christina Aguilera, Dido, Backstreet Boys, TLC, and Whitney Houston. While “My Only Wish” failed to dethrone “All I Want For Christmas Is You” as the big pop song of the season, it remains a fan favorite and deserves a rotation this year.

Mary J. Blige, “My Only Wish (This Year)”

Same Mary J. Blige got into the holiday action by releasing A Christmas from Mary in 2013. The album featured appearances by Jessie J, Marc Anthony, and even Barbra Streisand. Yet one of the best moments of the album is its version of Donny Hathaway‘s “This Christmas”, a song that the singer-songwriter Ben Rector described as “merry”, “jazzy” and “funky”. Mary’s version of the song is all of that – and more!

NSYNC, “Merry Christmas (Happy Holidays)”

A little boy band love never hurts on Christmas, does it? NSYNC to extinguish Home For Christmas in 1998, a seasonal album full of Christmas classics and a handful of holiday originals. One of those songs was the single “Merry Christmas (Happy Holidays)”, which was covered by bands such as Pentatonix for their Christmas album 2016, A Pentatonix Christmas.

Sabrina Claudio ft. The Weeknd, « Christmas Blues »

Good that Sabrina Claudio‘s Christmas blues less than a month, we would be remiss to ignore it if, due to the weekendthe appearance of on the title track (After all, 2020 has been one hell of a year for The Weeknd to be snubbed and overlooked. WE couldn’t do that to him on Christmas.) It’s also a perfect song to put on anytime you want. to turn down the lights and spend the rest of the evening gazing at a fireplace with that special someone.