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The Rock crooning Christmas songs in a onesie is all the gift we need

If you thought your Christmas couldn’t get any better, think again. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson went and sang Christmas karaoke in a festive onesie. Yep, that just happened.

‘Tis the season to be jolly, and few things put us in the Christmas spirit more than the sheer joy we get from watching Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

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So this Christmas Eve, Johnson gave us what may prove to be the best gift of the holiday season — him in a festive onesie (who knew they even came in super-beefcake size?), rockin‘ a Santa cap and singing “Here Comes Santa Claus.”

The special tiding of good cheer came courtesy of a stop by Live with Kelly and Michael, the hosts of which were both decked out in equally spectacular holiday wear.

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It gets better, too. We know what you’re thinking: What could be better than The Rock singing holiday karaoke in a Christmas sweater onesie? The Rock channeling Elvis while he does so, that’s what.
Le sigh.

This isn’t the first gift Johnson bequeathed to the world this holiday season. Just yesterday, the star of blockbusters like G.I. Joe: Retaliation and Hercules reminded us all that there ain’t nothing wrong with kicking back on Christmas with your hand on your fanny pack.

And earlier this month, Johnson made a memorable visit to The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. There, sporting a messy bun better than we do atop a Himalayan peak, he and Fallon shared the year’s best “Intense Staredown.”
Let’s hope Johnson’s New Year’s resolution is to give us even more amazing moments like this in 2015.

With Furious 7 and San Andreas set for release, we imagine he’ll be making plenty of publicity stops — just thinking of the potential for a year full of man buns, fanny packs and Elvis-inspired karaoke from The Rock makes us feel merry and bright, indeed.

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