Lady Gaga's A Very Gaga Thanksgiving: Ten Celebrities That Should Never Do a Holiday Show
Lady Gaga just announced her new holiday special, A Very Gaga Thanksgiving. The show will air on ABC on Thanksgiving day, November 24, and will feature Tony Bennett and Katie Couric. If that's not bizarre enough, Gaga is set to perform "White Christmas" and chef Art Smith will also drop in to share some recipes including
his holiday classic, deep-fried turkey and waffles.
To be honest, we're totally tuning in to this special (it sure beats the Osmond Family), but we couldn't help but put together a list of celebrities that we'd love to see do a holiday special.
Santa, if you're reading this, forget the sled and the Easy Bake Oven, we want to see holiday specials from these celebrities:
Charlie's been laying low for a while, so it's time he made a comeback. What better way than with A Very Warlock Christmas?
In the show, Sheen can rise from the proverbial ashes that the
now-losing Two and a Half Men reduced him to and make merry with his
goddesses. Oh, and Charlie? Frosty the Snowman is the name of a beloved
children's story, not the name of a coke dealer in the valley. Winning!9.
Vick would make a great choice for a holiday special.
America loves a comeback story and who better than Vick? He went from
star quarterback to convicted felon to star quarterback again. We can't
wait to see Vick's duet of "Jingle Bells" with those famous barking dogs.Next Page
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