It is that bad
When it comes to Christmas songs, there’s a reason we never stray too far from Jingle Bells, it’s rock’n'roll step-brother Jingle Bell Rock and ye olde hymns like Silent Night.
Because whenever artists turn their considerable talents to original festive tunes, they butcher them like a Christmas ham. And leave us feeling as sick as when we scoff a drove’s worth of pig meat into our mouths each December 25.
So naturally when The Punch heard the news Grease stars Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta had joined forces for the first time in years to crank a new holiday season ballad, I Think You Might Like It, our chills weren’t multiplying in a good way. We reckon you should take a peek at it. Right now.
...If you’ve got a bucket next to you. There are few things worse than original, kitsch pop Christmas songs. But when you throw a reunion of aged pop stars trying to dance in a music video into the mix…
Well, let’s just say the PM got it partially right this morning when she said: “The end of the world is coming.”
Ms Gillard listed demonic hellbeasts, the carbon price and K-Pop as potential reasons for the apocalypse. Clearly she hadn’t seen this.
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