The Best (and Worst) Celebrity Christmas Songs Ever (VIDEOS)

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The Best (and Worst) Celebrity Christmas Songs Ever (VIDEOS)

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The Best (and Worst) Celebrity Christmas Songs Ever (VIDEOS)

Celebrities are great at a lot of things. Turning to the side in photos, having goal-worthy #squads, and breaking up with people amicably are among their top talents. But one category they’re all over the place with? Christmas songs.

Not all of Hollywood is equal on that front. Take a look at the gallery above to find out which celeb Christmas songs end up on the naughty or nice (play)list — we made you two!

The Best (and Worst) Celebrity Christmas Songs Ever (VIDEOS)
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The Nice List

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The Nice List

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“Text Me Merry Christmas” by Kristen Bell and Straight No Chaser

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“Text Me Merry Christmas” by Kristen Bell and Straight No Chaser

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No holiday song captures modern life as well as this group singalong.

We all know the only real way to show you care is with an “xo kiss and hug me” iMessage and the right emoji.

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“Winter Wonderland/Here Comes Santa Claus” by Anna Kendrick and Snoop Dogg

“Winter Wonderland/Here Comes Santa Claus” by Anna Kendrick and Snoop Dogg

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This EDM-inspired holiday mash-up gets props for its bizarrely matched duo.

We never realized the funny girl would sound Pitch Perfect with the Cali rapper.

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“I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus” by RuPaul

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“I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus” by RuPaul

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Picking the Drag Race judge’s best Christmas tune is nearly impossible. But we love this peak RuPaul take on a yuletide classic.

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“Feliz Navidad” by David Hasselhoff

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“Feliz Navidad” by David Hasselhoff

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The Hoff’s spin on the Spanish staple — accompanied by out-of-nowhere Autotune — is so odd it falls into “So Bad It’s Good Great” category.

And boy, is he enthusiastic about wishing us a merry Christmas.

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“Baby It’s Cold Outside” by Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey

“Baby It’s Cold Outside” by Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey

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If the Newlyweds couple were still together their breathy duet would be forgettable.

But now the exes’ take on the controversial tune — is it creepy or progressive?! — is a time capsule of their reality show romance.

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The Nice Playlist

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The Nice Playlist

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The Naughty List

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The Naughty List

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"Mistletoe Bikini" by Courtney Stodden

"Mistletoe Bikini" by Courtney Stodden

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The Instagram pin-up isn't exactly know for her talented pipes, so we're preemptively putting this track here.

We'll know for sure if "Bikini" deserves to be on the naughty list when it debuts sometime in the next week.

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“Christmas Is All Around” by Bill Nighy as Billy Mack in Love, Actually

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“Christmas Is All Around” by Bill Nighy as Billy Mack in Love, Actually

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This schmaltzy film track loses points for beginning the most over-hyped Christmas movie of all time. There, we said it.

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“Camouflage and Christmas Lights” by the Robertsons

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“Camouflage and Christmas Lights” by the Robertsons

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One of the first words of this Duck Dynasty song is “rifle.” With less than 162,000 plays on Spotify, no one was looking for this song or album.

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“Feliz Navidad” by Scott Disick

“Feliz Navidad” by Scott Disick

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Yes, this clip of Kourtney Kardashian's beau butchering Jose Feliciano’s timeless tune is less than 20 seconds. But we all know Lord Disick and music never, ever mix.

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“Lohan Holiday” by Ali Lohan

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“Lohan Holiday” by Ali Lohan

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Oh sweet, sweet Ali Lohan.

Considering your family’s nearly constant drama, no one is hoping for a Lohan holiday. Do you want to just come to our house for Christmas?

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“I Think You Might Like It” by Olivia Newton John & John Travolta

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“I Think You Might Like It” by Olivia Newton John & John Travolta

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Despite the track’s confusing country twang, Grease’s Sandy was born in England and Danny hails from New Jersey.

Maybe a down home hit isn’t their thing? Also, this song has nothing to do with Christmas and everything to do with your hometown hookup.

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The Naughty Playlist

The Naughty Playlist

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Celebrities are great at a lot of things. Turning to the side in photos, having goal-worthy #squads, and breaking up with people amicably are among their top talents. But one category they’re all over the place with? Christmas songs.

Not all of Hollywood is equal on that front. Take a look at the gallery above to find out which celeb Christmas songs end up on the naughty or nice (play)list — we made you two!