Which Christmas Song From 2011 Gives You The Most Holiday Cheer?

Becky Bain | December 13, 2011 2:39 pm

2011 boasted a whole bunch of Christmas singles — both original and covers of classic tunes — from a variety of music acts: from yuletide regulars The Killers and Mariah Carey to the casts of Glee and American Idol. But whose holiday song has got you feeling the most cheer? In 2010, Idolator’s Annual Holiday Song Poll resulted with Manchester duo Hurts winning with 47% of the vote (for their single “All I Want For Christmas Is New Years”), beating out big pop acts like Mariah, Kylie Minogue and Rihanna. Will another underdog claim the Christmastime championship this year? (UPDATE: We’ve announced the winner!)

Before you cast your vote, click on the below links to get one last listen to each holiday tune. (And in case you’re wondering, we narrowed it down to just one song per artist, so Justin Bieber’s prolific collection of Christmastime melodies isn’t clogging the whole list. Sorry, Beliebers!)

Justin Bieber, “Mistletoe”

Mariah Carey and John Legend, “When Christmas Comes”

Glee Cast, “Extraordinary Merry Christmas”

Haley Reinhart and Casey Abrams, “Baby It’s Cold Outside”

Jackie Evancho, “Believe”

The Killers, “The Cowboy’s Christmas Ball”

Kelly Clarkson, “I’ll Be Home For Christmas”

Lady Gaga, “White Christmas”

So which holiday anthem made you feel the warmest and fuzziest this season? Vote below, and look out for the results posted right before Christmas!

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