This pitch-perfect impressionist sings season's greetings from about a billion different celebrities.
Adele Dazeemin' for the season.
I can't say this with any actual authority, but I think it's safe to assume that if Charles Dickens were writing A Christmas Carol today, he probably wouldn't have Ebenezer Scrooge visited by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future. That phantasmagoric coterie might have disturbed readers back in the Victorian era, but it wouldn't really cut it for modern audiences.
Imagine instead being visited at your door by a seemingly endless stream of scenery-chewing celebrities, each one more chipper and histrionic than the last. No sooner has Celine Dion finished darkening your doorway with Christmas cheer than Kelly Clarkson arrives to beat the holiday spirit into your eardrums. She is followed by crooners like Kristin Chenoweth, Idina Menzel and Ariana Grande. But it doesn't end there. Drew Barrymore, Keira Knightley and Sarah Palin appear in turn, as well as a number of other entertainers, all apparently intent on driving you insane with their Yuletide festiveness:
It is truly an impressively bleak scene that the immensely gifted impressionist and singer Christina Bianco—who has previously lent her talents onstage to songs such as "Let It Go" and "Total Eclipse of the Heart"—creates in this Christmas video. The nightmarishness of the scenario is only outstripped by the quality of her impersonations.