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With the arrival of Christmas nothing is more festive then the sound of angels singing, snowflakes falling and everywhere covered in white, and with that in mind Victoria’s Secret have delivered their addition to the general holiday cheer, with this video of Victoria’s Secret Angels singing, what else, but “Santa Baby.”

OK you could nitpick and say they’re not actually singing but rather posturing to the music, and how come they are hardly wearing anything to keep warm as it has to be below freezing for it to snow, right? But hey, be honest, who really cares, it’s seasonal and it’s got Victoria’s Secret Angels in it.

Obviously this is advertising for their lingerie too so, of course, the models are showing off the brand’s Christmas range. While also keeping things decorative by adding in plenty of sparkle, frills, sequins, and tinsel.

It might even give you some ideas of what to get your better half for a present—or give you some ideas of what to ask for as a late minute addition to what you’ll be unwrapping come December 25th.

Who cares that some of the bodysuits are actually from the 2013 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, no one’s going to complain. It’s just good to know that there are angels who can warm guys up on these cold winter days.

Instead just feel jubilant and joyful as you watch Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Jasmine Tookes, Lily Aldridge, Josephine Skriver, and Elsa Hosk appear in the minute and half long clip.

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