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Best Christmas Duets

Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 3:31 pm

1.The Christmas Song - Judy Garland & Mel Torme

Everyone knows Judy Garland from the Wizard of Oz, but back in the 1960's she teamed up with Mel Torme, to sing The Christmas Song together. However, it seems that the Wizard of Oz was still on her mind when she mistakenly sang the word "rainbow" instead of the word "reindeer," in the song.

2.Baby It's Cold Outside - James Taylor & Natalie Cole

James Taylor and Natalie Cole's rendition of the classic 1944 Christmas Song, Baby, It's Cold Outside, is a favorite that has been sung by many duets throughout the years. Jessica Simpson and her then husband, Nick Lachey, sang it on their Christmas special, too, but this version is as smooth as silk.

3.I'll Be Home For Christmas - Scarlett Johansson & Dean Martin

Another beautiful revival makes the list of top Christmas duets, when Scarlett Johansson joined Dean Martin for a magnificent rendition of I'll Be Home For Christmas. Dean Martin was well known for his Christmas music, and to have a new release from this legend makes the song all the more special.

4.Sing My Song For You - Demi Lovato & Joe Jonas

Who's cuter than these two singing a Christmas song to each other on stage? Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas were a gorgeous couple with voices that blended in the perfect pitch. Their rendition of Sing My Song To You is touching and heartfelt, making it hard to believe they broke up.

5.Little Drummer Boy - Jessica Simpson & Ashlee Simpson

The Little Drummer Boy, performed by Jessica Simpson and her sister, Ashlee Simpson, showed the enormous pipes both these girls have. At the time, Ashlee was just building her own career with a reality show, and Jessica was still married to Nick. My how times change! Now Jessica is a mother of two and Ashlee a mother of one, but this little ditty will stick around for a long while.


6.What Child Is - Adrea Bocelli & Mary J. Blige

Performed on Oprah Winfrey's Christmas show, What Child Is This, was doubly beautiful when the duet of Andrea Bocelli and Mary J. Blige came together on stage. The teaming of their two voices brought emotion to the surface, as the lyrics and music floated on the air of the studio.

7.Elf's Lament - Barenaked Ladies & Michael Buble

Barenaked Ladies may not seem like an obvious match for Michael Buble, but in Elf's Lament it works beautifully. Released in 2010, just in time for Christmas, this song is written from the perspective of an overworked and under appreciated toymaker, in Santa's village. The song is upbeat with a great rhythm sequence.


8.Every Time It Snows - Olivia Newton John & Jon Secada

Olivia Newton John and John Secada have performed duets, such as You're The One That I Want," and have joined forces for the Christmas song, "Every Time It Snows." The beautiful voice of Olivia and the smooth voice of Jon Secada blended like melting snow creating an amazing rendition of the holiday favorite.

9.Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas - Christina Aguilera & Brian McNight

Two power houses come together for a holiday favorite, Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas. Christina Aguilera and Brian McKnight joined voices on MTV's Total Request Live in 2000, dazzling the audience members. Christina Aguilera is a judge on the voice, and often wows audience with her deep, soulful voice.



Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong, two jazz greats, come together for their rendition of Baby It's Cold Outside. The two joined forces at two different times in the 1940's and the 1950's, but never recorded an album together. A 17 Christmas song set featuring them individually was released to great reviews.

11.I'll Be Home For Christmas - Elvis Presley & Carrie Underwood

During the duet round of American Idol, Carrie Underwood sang this beautiful Christmas song with Elvis. Through the magic of television, she was able to sing alongside him, lending her voice to the versus. And the King, who has been dead for 31 years, was recorded with the Idol winner.


12.White Christmas - Frank Sinatra & Bing Crosby

White Christmas is one of the oldest Christmas songs out there, and is one of the best duets when performed by Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra. Back in their day they were the IT guys, breaking women's heart's everywhere. Recorded in 1957, it was Bing's trademark song, made even more iconic by the addition of old blue eyes.


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