Yuletube part 2: more of the best Christmas videos
Andrew Mickel14 December 2012
There were so many festive YouTube videos, we’ve had to come back around for a second go...
(Missed installment one? Here it is...)
There’s a problem with Brighton’s Christmas lights
We’ve watched this video about eight times over. We’re assuming it’s not real, but good grief, this is a well-done job if it isn’t.
Happy Goddamn Christmas
We've a three-way Christmas video song-off this week. Enjoy the abuse of Fairytale of New York but feel a bit funny bellowing the word faggot out in 2012? NO FEARS, Loretta Maine (Pippa Evans to you) is here to help out with her jaunty tune, Happy Goddamn Christmas. She’s roped in fellow NewsRevuer Matt Roper, someone we think might be Thom Tuck, someone we thought was Joe Wikinson but turns out to be Sanderson Jones, Imran Yusuf, Arthur Smith (on a toilet for some reason) and a very cute puppy who appears to have some sort of thyroid condition.
Marcel Lucont & La Poule Plombée - You Put The 'No' In Noël
Move over...erm...are there any contemporary French singers? Nevermind: move over Sacha Distel, Marcel Lucont has a Christmas song out.
Dubstep for Christmas
KRRRRRRRNK WOB WOB WOB WOB WOB ETC What the inside of Skrillex’s head will sound like on December 25.
We take a rare foray across the pond for comedy purposes, which we’ll allow because they’ve made some almost heroically bad efforts at doing British accents in this Santa-does-Bond trailer.
Want more festivities? Here’s last week’s Yuletube, our guide to Christmas comedy shows in London, and SSP's Christmas gift guide...
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