Michael Bublé's Christmas special is always a treat for the season, but when you add fellow Canadian Celine Dion to the lineup of artists performing for the festive event, you might think you've reached the ultimate Christmas concert.
The annual event, called "Christmas in Hollywood" this year, aired on NBC last week, and as Bublé notes in the video above from Entertainment Tonight Canada, having Celine along for the ride was a special treat. (And yes, we seriously would love to see her sing Adam Sandler's "Hanukkah Song.")
The pair actually performed "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)," the John Lennon/Yoko Ono tune that was originally as much of a Vietnam war protest song as it was a classic seasonal song.
Unsurprisingly, Bublé and Dion's performance is note-perfect, and imminently watchable — even if you think you don't like Christmas songs. You can check out the full song on Country Living here.
All hail Canadian music's powerhouses this season.
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