The pop superstar's holiday classic just celebrated its ninth anniversary last week
On Tuesday, the pop superstar, 30, started getting in the holiday spirit by celebrating the anniversary of her Christmastime classic “Santa Tell Me.”
Several days after the 2014 hit turned nine years old on Nov. 24, the Grammy winner shared a compilation of behind-the-scenes footage from the wholesome music video featuring her and her friends enjoying the holidays at home on TikTok.
In the adorable, festive clips, the “Thank U Next” singer danced around the set to the spirited pop song while wearing reindeer antlers and a cozy Christmas sweater.
She also revealed how much fun she and her back-up dancers seemed to have while filming the shots when they’re snuggled under the covers and dancing in bed. While wearing snowflake pajamas and fuzzy, faux fur hats with paws, they’re seen giggling and having a blast like they’re at one big slumber party — even as Grande stops to tweak her eye makeup.
In the caption, she got festive and a little bit nostalgic, as well. “tis the season! ♡ Santa Tell Me ♡ almost ten years ago,” the hitmaker wrote, along with two tearing-up emojis.
The “Positions” singer first released “Santa Tell Me” back on Nov. 24, 2014 as a single and its sweet, homemade-feeling visual, which features bloopers at the end, dropped several weeks later that December. The song has since become a contemporary Christmas classic, and even re-entered the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 2022 towards the end of the year.
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The 2014 fan-favorite isn’t the only seasonal gift Grande has left under the Christmas tree for her fans. Over the years, she’s released a handful of original holiday songs and covers.
Even before “Santa Tell Me” dropped, the singer-songwriter released her first-ever holiday EP in 2013, Christmas Kiss. The four-track project featured two covers (Eartha Kitt’s “Santa Baby” and Wham!’s “Last Christmas”), as well as the originals “Love Is Everything” and “Snow in California.”
She slid down fans’ chimneys once again in 2015 by dropping Christmas & Chill, which featured six all-new holiday songs.
The Sweetener artist, who’s been dubbed the Princess of Christmas by fans, has even teamed up with the Queen of Christmas herself, Mariah Carey. During the “All I Want For Christmas Is You” singer’s 2020 Apple TV+ holiday special, Mariah Carey’s Magical Christmas Special, the two pop divas and Jennifer Hudson teamed-up to sing “Oh Santa!” together.
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