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Michael Bublé, Idina Menzel Make 'Baby, It's Cold Outside' (Slightly) Less Creepy: VIDEO

11/20/2014 03:37 EST | Updated 11/20/2014 03:59 EST

Crooner Michael Bublé is the king of Christmas and "Frozen" star Idina Menzel is the queen of winter, so it makes sense they'd duet on a holiday song.

It's just that they chose the creepiest Christmas classic there is, "Baby, It's Cold Outside," which in recent years has been taken to task for falling somewhere between disturbing and date-rapey.

At least they changed the disquieting line, "Say, what's in this drink?" to “Was that a wink?" and otherwise altered lyrics to better fit the undeniably adorable old-timey kids dancing in the video ("Maybe just a soda pop more," "My father will start to worry").

The duet is from Menzel's new album "Holiday Wishes" and with YouTube views well over two million, it's already a bona fide hit. But given the song's baggage and the issue of consent consuming the culture right now due to the Bill Cosby and Jian Ghomeshi allegations, Menzel and Bublé should've known it would be problematic for people.

Do you find the Bublé/Mendel cover cute or creepy? Let us know in the comments.

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