While you’re lounging around today in your Rhett and Link-inspired Christmas Sweatz and looking for something to do after opening all your presents and eating your sweet, candied bacon-laden snowman, check out the most viral holiday videos of all time to fill the air with festive music and your screens with motion pictured Christmas cheer.
Visible Measures released another iteration of its Top 10 most viral video list for America’s most recent holiday (the company’s last installment focused on Thanksgiving) that shows how much the online masses like their Christmas tunes. 10 of the 10 videos to top the chart are of the music variety, with Justin Bieber’s Mistletoe taking the number one spot, followed by Mariah Carey’s All I want for Christmas is You (the original version, not the one recorded with the Roots, Jimmy Fallon, and classroom instruments).
Jingle Bells, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, and Last Christmas (by Wham! and Cascada) also made the cut, while once-upon-a-time most subscribed-to YouTuber Fred placed at number six on the list for his Christmas is Creepy hip hop video.
A Christmas Food Court Flash Mob took the highest ranking on the chart at the number five for a video that’s not a music video, but still musically-oriented, while Jeff Dunham‘s rendition of Achmed’s Jingle Bombs showed up at number seven.
Unfortunately, extraordinaire graphic artist Cyriak’s nightmare fueling Spirit of Christmas didn’t make the top 10, but it was only uploaded within the past week. Come next year, it may be able to bump one of these classic carols from the charts.
Merry Christmas and happy holidays!