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Music Video: O Holy Night

Artisit: Mariah Carey

  • Genre: Holiday
  • Release Date: 1996
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:48

  • Copyright: Mariah Carey

Music Video For O Holy Night By Artist Mariah Carey

Reviews For O Holy Night By Artist Mariah Carey

  • :D

    5
    By shadowfax_media
    Hermosa voz
  • hot

    5
    By fireman big mac
    mariah is the hottest women I have ever seen, with the voice of an angel.
  • She nails this song!

    5
    By STANGit
    Seeing Mariah perform "O Holy Night" is exactly how I envisioned it when listening to the song on her cd; it is my favorite version of the Christmas classic. I love the gospel singers in the background, the cathedral setting....this is classic Mariah -just standing, looking and sounding beautiful.
  • Pretty

    3
    By swifty lover
    Mariah has some very good songs but this one doesn't seem to show her. She needs to wear a different dress so it can show her curves. Her makeup is perfect.
  • BRAVO.....!

    5
    By SOLDIER BOY
    Now THIS is the Mariah I love to see......: - Spotlight - Voice - & Talent .......all of which makes her a stunning performer.
  • Better Than The Album Version

    5
    By NEPatsgrl
    MC changes up the song like only she can. Her voice is superb here. The vocals and the way she sings it is close if not better than the original album version. I'd listen to this all year round :)
  • wow

    5
    By superkid44
    I love this video! Mariah looks extra perfect in it.. hair.. makeup...and everything else. You should get it just to look at her and it comes in handy during Christmas too.

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