1. Dear John Travolta and Oliva Newton John – your video is oh-so-cheesy but strangely compelling.  Yes, Sandy and Danny have reunited to produce perhaps the daggiest and oddly endearing Christmas song ever. Like, EVER. It’s (optimistically) called, ‘I Think You Might Like It’.

You have to watch. Right now. Because we think you might like it too.

The tune is disturbingly catchy… and the plot? Well, it’s a classic love story. Travolta flies his plane home for Christmas and parks it in the back yard, where he meets up with Newton-John in a stylised run-towards-each-other-arms-flung-wide-open-hug. Then they drive a convertible around for a while before doing some inexplicable boot-scooting with US army troops….

Incidentally, the video also features Kelly Preston (John Travolta’s wife), their 12-year-old daughter Ella Bleu and their 2-year-old son, Benjamin.

Move over Silent Night. We’ve got a new favourite carol.

2. In other catchy Christmas song news: Mariah Carey has knocked it out of the park when it comes to bringing the ho ho ho…..[click here to watch]

3. Today’s Absolutely Ridiculous Photoshop fail comes to us from Dolce & Gabbana who removed Scarlett Johansson’s bosoms. Their latest perfume ad features the actress, who seems to be missing most of her chest. Take a look:

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Thanks Hurricane Vanessa for that shot.

4. Funny or F**ked up? Look what these grandparents did when they were left in charge of their new grand child….[click here]

5. Rapper Eminem’s 16-year-old daughter (yes! 16!), Hailie Mathers is an internet troll with a major crush on a One Direction band member. After Harry Styles was photographed with Taylor Swift sparking rumours they were dating,  Hailie unleashed a bunch of anti-Swift tweets from her private Twitter account

6. Jay-Z talks to an old woman on the subway and it’s gorgeous. Watch this video – it’s one minute you won’t regret: 

7. Fear of Santa is a very real thing – Check out these photos for very funny proof…..[click here]

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