'Holidays With The Houghs': Ciara puts a spin on Christmas songs, fans say she is rocking it
In the 'Holidays with The Houghs' special, singer Ciara sings Christmas songs, and fans are full of praise.
Christmas is almost here, and the Hough siblings are determined to bring in the cheer and good vibes! In the NBC special, 'Holidays With The Houghs', Derek and Julianne Hough host an hour-long episode full of dance and celebrity singers.
One of the first singers to take to the stage was Ciara. She started with 'Winter Wonderland' and then sang a beautiful rendition of 'Santa Claus is coming to Town."
Fans are all heart and have been flooding with Twitter with praise. One fan wrote, "I swear @ciara’s Christmas performances EVERYTHING! The way she changes up these songs be . She added “Level Up” into “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town."
"WOW! Ciara is rocking it wheeewwww. #HolidaysWithTheHoughs," wrote another one.
One tweeted about her spectacular note at the end of her song, 'Winter Wonderland'. "Ok @ciara! She did that. That note at the end of “Winter Wonderland. #HolidaysWithTheHoughs."
"Ciara is making Christmas amazing," tweeted a fan. Another fan wrote, "Yes Ciara singing Winter Wonderland!!"
Ciara slayed the fashion game with a red coat and matching knee-high boots.
Derek and Julianne Hough have united for their first Holiday special and will perform throughout the December 16 special. There is also much playful sibiling competition on display, as well as sharing family stories and putting their own spin on holiday classics. Julianne will be sporting some stunning outfits throughout the show, including a shimmering bodysuit.
Julianne recently performed her duet, 'All I Want For Christmas Is Love', with actor Jordan Fisher at the Rockefeller Christmas Tree lighting ceremony. The performance was featured on the 'Christmas In Rockefeller Center' special.
Nee-Yo will also appear on the show, 'Holidays With The Houghs', which is airing on NBC, December 16, 10pm. Tune in now to the show, and don't miss these amazing performances.