It wouldn't be Christmas without a pile of festive music to get you in the spirit, but you don't need to worry about your Aunt Mildred's crappy and slightly tipsy rendition of Santa Baby as this is the time to for professionals.
Mainly so we can both perv and sing along at the same time. It doesn't get more festive than that now, does it?
Have a scroll through for the best covers from Conor Maynard, Little Mix, Ed Sheeran, The Wanted, One Direction, Miley Cyrus and more...
One Direction - All I Want For Christmas
It seems only fair to start with the vocal stylings of 1D, who decided to work the festive vocal magic at last year's Jingle Bell Ball.
Well, Zayn and Liam did - Louis seemed quite preoccupies grunting and bobbing about.
Little Mix - Some well traditional carols
It's usual for the X Factor to force the finalists to get festive, but we need no encouragement to love their take on the old fashioned Christmas carol.
This also probably the only time we'll ever see Jesy Nelson wearing baby pink, so it's probably worth davouring.
The Wanted - White Christmas
Jay's hair looking bushier than a robin's nest and Nathan twirling tinsel. What more could a person need?
Nothing is the answer, so check out The Wanted's session for The Sun.
Miley Cyrus - Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
Oh hey Miley Cyrus when you were young and still had hair to keep you bare head from frosting over.
Her music might be more involved with snogging Liam Hemsworth and his unicorn outfit right now, but we can still remember the good old days when the most badass thing she did was to drop the 'G' on the word 'rocking'
Justin Bieber - Santa Claus is Coming to Town
Now we are more than aware that we could have gone for the obvious choice with Mistletoe, but we can't help thinking that El Biebo's rendition of this classic is pretty special.
Mainly because it involves a strange toy factory on a spaceship and the jauntiest waistcoat we have ever seen. Plus, what says Christmas more than a cyborg hand?
Click next for Conor Maynard, Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift and The Wanted's sweaty balls >>
Demi Lovato - Wonderful Christmas Time
If ever there was a moment for some extreme cheesiness, it is definitely Christmas and Disney Club Demi has done a wonderful job of translating this hit into a ball of warm fuzzy joy complete with scarily happy dancers.
If those permanent smiles don't deserve some recognition, we don't know what does.
JLS - Last Christmas
This one is worth putting on repeat purely for JB's randomly shouting 'Merry Christmas' in a strange Santa voice. Honestly JB, what are you like?
Taylor Swift - Santa Baby
Who said country fans and farming folk the world over can't take the snow and frost out of Christmas time?
Taylor Swift, that's who.
Plus there are some handy lyrics so you can sing along word for word. Excellent.
Conor Maynard - This Christmas
The lack of video on this one is the perfect addition to our mental image of Conor swaying about in a full choirboy robe like something out of Sister Act.
The Wanted, Olly Murs, Ed Sheeran and other assorted musical folk - The 12 Days of Christmas
If you thought that the 12 Days of Christmas was good, clean fun you may want to think again as naturally The Wanted have changed the words to incorporate their love of sweaty balls.
So what do you think of all that - which is your favourite?