Today, Twitter users honed creativity in the name of the holiday season, using the names of celebrities and famous figures to create mashed-up Christmas carol titles or lyrics.
The subjects of the tweets varied from entertainers to professional athletes to politicians and multiple different traditional Christmas songs were used as outlets for plugging in their names.
What Julia Child Is This? #CelebrityChristmasCarols
— Mr. Ross (@rossbruce) December 2, 2015
Oh Christian Bale, Oh Christian Bale How hard you are to work with #CelebrityChristmasCarols
— Nice List sin'Dee (@cindymr85) December 2, 2015
#CelebrityChristmasCarols Kanye Hear What I Hear?
— TheWalkingAbed (@TheWalkingAbed) December 2, 2015
— Scott Beller (@SEBeller) December 2, 2015
God Rest Ye Merry GentleBen Stiller #CelebrityChristmasCarols
— Damian Vanore (@DamianVanore23) December 2, 2015
Oh Come All Ye Faith Hill #CelebrityChristmasCarols
— darksidedeb (@darksidedeb) December 2, 2015
— iCanHash (@iCanHash) December 2, 2015
Jingle Bell The Rock #CelebrityChristmasCarols
— Christopher Kokoski (@Chris_Kokoski) December 2, 2015
(O)prah Holy Night #CelebrityChristmasCarols
— FrostWee the Snowman (@ItsMeAshleyWee) December 2, 2015
Frosty the Snowden #CelebrityChristmasCarols
— Doc (@DocDarnell) December 2, 2015
?Come they told him Trump-pa-pum-pum ? #CelebrityChristmasCarols
— Antonius Bloch (@Antonius_Bloch) December 2, 2015
#CelebrityChristmasCarols Christopher Walken in a Winter Wonderland
— Brett FISH Anderson (@BrettFishA) December 2, 2015