Worst celebrity Christmas song? | The Tylt
It's always sad when a great musician turns in a terrible Christmas effort. But Bob Dylan's supremely obnoxious polka song, "It Must Be Santa," is one of the more embarrassing offenses in holiday song history. But then consider David Hasselhoff's "Night Before Christmas," an atrocious spoken-word piece that basically devolves into a nightmare before Christmas. Which celebrity offering is worse? Read more and vote below! 🎶 🎄 🎶
Worst celebrity Christmas song?
It’s that time of year again! Millions of shoppers will be hit with wave after unrelenting wave of holiday music to the point of aural madness. To celebrate this month of obnoxious festive melodies, we’ve taken the 16 most reviled Christmas songs and are pitting them against each other all month long! Don't forget to cast your vote in these other exciting head-to-head debates:
Idolator asked "Who wouldn’t want to be serenaded by The Hoff at Christmas?" (The answer is everyone.) The music outfit also called his Christmas album "the Yuletide soundtrack from Hell." The New York Post accused the Hoff of "spreading Christmas fear instead of cheer." Fashion Journal called it "a vocal car crash."
No one is expecting much from a former Baywatch star, but for Bob Dylan to turn in this horrendous piece of work is pretty embarrassing.
The truth is, it's just awful and he should've made different choices. "It Must Be Santa" rivals Dylan's much-maligned Victoria's Secret commercial for sheer levels of cringe.
Truly, it's scary.
You can see where it might drive people to violence.