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Bill Murray and George Clooney sing Christmas duet

In which George peeks out from behind Christmas trees

By Andrea Tim | Published: 22 Dec 2015

Video: Netflix US & Canada

Michael Bublé and Celine Dion have a new rival; Bill Murray and George Clooney's Christmas duet is as adorable as Michael and Celine's performance was tear-jerking. Oh, alright, it's not the same thing, but we love them all.

Bill and George sing Santa Wants Some Loving in Netflix's holiday musical special A Very Murray Christmas, directed by Sofia Coppola. Bill supposedly faces a few problems with the international broadcast when a blizzard shuts down the production, but he makes do with whatever he has on hand.

If glittery Christmas trees, backup singers, backup dancers and George peeking out from behind Christmas trees during the choruses are all we had for a makeshift production, we'd call that a success. A very Murray success.

Netflix might not be available here in Malaysia, but we'll consider this a Christmas present from them. And, replay.

Related: 20 Christmas albums to put on full volume
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