From chicly decorated Christmas trees to seriously ugly holiday sweaters, find out what 12 celebrities are doing to get themselves in the festive mood this season.
Beyonce’s Christmas tree is artfully adorned in teal hues and adorable animal ornaments—even Blue Ivy is impressed.
A festive couple to be reckoned with? Expectant parents Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard, who totally own the ugly Christmas sweater look.
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All Jaime King wants for Christmas is silly time with her family in their crazy-cute holiday-inspired jammies.
Kaley Cuoco’s holiday spirit is infectious—even her dogs are feeling festive in their dapper bow ties.
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Rachel Zoe and jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer tell Santa they’ve been bad this year.
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Reese Witherspoon found a jolly Santa at the airport—apparently she’s been naughty this year, too.
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Unlike Zoe and Witherspoon, Zooey Deschanel must be on the nice list. Santa paid her a visit on the set of New Girl.
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For Thanksgiving, Rumer Willis and her family lounged in onesie pajamas. We predict they’ll do the same for Christmas.
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If there were a celebrity holiday decorating contest, Jesse Tyler Ferguson would be the clear winner with this gorgeous tree.
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Ashley Tisdale is ringing in the holiday season in the best way possible: watching Home Alone 2 next to the fireplace while indulging in gingerbread cookies.
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Forget boring holiday family portraits—this happy pair busted out their Santa hats and festive props for a modern day Christmas card #selfie instead.
Some first grader told Birdie and her best friend today that "your parents hide presents after you go to sleep and write Santa on them". But Birdie told me she wasn't having it. She said "I just looked at him and said 'PROVE IT' and also?" she continued,"THEN WHAT ABOUT THE ELVES?! I KNOW those are magic." What happens between kindergarten and first grade? How do we help kids to believe in magic for as long as possible? How do we help ourselves keep magic in our lives? I know it seems dumb to some people or too much. But I love these elves. I love the look on Birdie's face every morning. And I just hope that even after she has an understanding of what's REAL, she will still believe in magic. Because there's a lot of shit in this world. But I know there's magic too. I really really believe that to be true.
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No one has holiday spirit like Busy Phillips. The mama, along with some magical elves, treated her little ones to a festive surprise every morning.
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