I Think You Might
Not Like It

In an unexpected afternoon WTF moment, John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John released a Christmas song titled “I Think You Might Like It.” They were wrong. So terribly, terribly wrong…

John TravoltaLet us list the ways…

This is so confusing — it does little more than make us ask the following:

What’s residing on John Travolta’s chin?

Is that even Olivia Newton-John? What happened to her face?

Can someone explain Travolta’s and Newton-John’s hokey dance moves?

Did these guys lose a bet and the loser of said bet had to be publicly humiliated by doing this video?

Was Kelly Preston, who makes a cameo in this video, also a part of the bet?

Did we really need another reason to be totally annoyed about the holidays?

This holiday disaster is brought to us by JTP Films. We can only speculate that JTP Films is owned by the men who have accused John Travolta of sexual assault and perhaps these men blackmailed Travolta into doing this. What other possible explanation can there be?

Watch this and leave your own questions below...

Image courtesy WENN.com


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Comments on "Uh, did John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John lose a bet?"

John Swanberg December 08, 2012 | 11:58 AM

Did John Travolta intentionally mix up the pronouns when signing about Parson Brown in the lyrics to Winter Wonderland on the CD or was it an honest mistake that nobody noticed? The video may be laughable but Olivia still looks and sounds great, especially for a 64-year-old woman. Supposedly all of the proceeds from the CD go to charity, so it is hard to be too critical of the effort.

Dee December 06, 2012 | 12:07 PM

Laughable, what were they thinking? Sometimes you need to gracefully fade away.

Devon December 05, 2012 | 4:14 PM

OK, 1) Why the line dancing? 2) Why the scene where they run at toward other and hug after we already watched a minute's worth of them toe tapping and driving together? Chronologically unclear. 3)Why?????!

Laura December 05, 2012 | 3:55 PM

What. the.... There are no words.

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