Jimmy Fallon, Rashida Jones, and Carrie Underwood Repurpose Today’s Pop Hits into Holiday Songs

By November 29, 2013

Fallon Jones Underwood

If you’re not out getting trampled or getting into a Black Friday brawl over a sale-priced TV, you’re likely just emerging from your tryptophan-induced hangover caused by yesterday’s Thanksgiving meal(s). While you slowly come back to the real world, Jimmy Fallon and guest Rashida Jones decided to make your return trip a bit more enjoyable by repurposing pop radio hits into new holiday-themed songs instead, and they even got an assist by Carrie Underwood in the process.

I’m not even the biggest fan of pop music (I know, I know – get off my lawn), but hearing these three rework lyrics put a big smile on my face. Enjoy your Black Friday, everyone, and thanks to Pajiba for pointing me toward this video:


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