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Music Video: You Make It Feel Like Christmas (feat. Blake Shelton)

Artisit: Gwen Stefani

  • Genre: Holiday
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:03

  • Copyright: Gwen Stefani

Music Video For You Make It Feel Like Christmas (feat. Blake Shelton) By Artist Gwen Stefani

Reviews For You Make It Feel Like Christmas (feat. Blake Shelton) By Artist Gwen Stefani

  • Love These Two Together

    By Atallman
    This is the catchiest Christmas song out there and the video matches the nostalgia of it. So charming, exemplifies Christmas!

    By Tayyyylor16:)
    You Both Deserve This LOVE !!!!!!!!! #cutevideoyoutwo
  • Love it

    By HOZA85
    Love the 50s vibe and Sophie muller (director) always bring life to songs.
  • Amazing!

    By Jay-sizzle
    Such a great song and even better music video!!!! Love it!!!
  • Y’all boring

    By michaeljackson_mariahcarey
  • Hilarious & Fun

    By Illinirah87
    And uplifting at the same time. Best video in any genre I’ve seen in a long time!
  • Poopy!

    By blakeblakeshelton27
    This is terrible! Nope. Don’t like the kreepy kids #weirdos

    By KennaBeyer
    I love this video so much❤️❤️
  • King B

    By Ak1275
    Five stars excellent 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
  • Thank you for this Christmas spirit. Love ❤️ Gwen

    By DenisUSARussia
    It’s great that it sounds like old classic 60ths. Gwen is a new Benjamin Button 🇷🇺🇺🇸👍🏻❤️

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