If Mariah Carey is the Queen of Christmas, then Michael Bublé is surely the king? His album, Christmas, is the UK's biggest festive album of the century - and it's getting reissued for its tenth anniversary this year.
To mark the occasion, he's shot a video for its popular opening number, his rendition of It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas. The clip is currently available to watch exclusively on his Facebook page.
In a livestream on Instagram, Bublé said filming the clip was one of the most exciting moments of his career - and hopes it will appeal to people of all faiths and backgrounds.
Bublé's Christmas enjoys an annual resurgence on the Official UK Albums Chart during the festive period, returning to the Top 40 every Christmas since its release in 2011. View his Official UK Chart history in full here.
Last year even saw the collection reclaim the top spot for the first time since its original release, adding a fourth week at Number 1 to its tally. The album is currently certified 10x Platinum, with UK chart sales of 3.19 million.
This year he is releasing a tenth anniversary deluxe boxset of the album on November 19, featuring 7 additional songs. Among them is brand-new track The Christmas Sweater, plus a new version of Let It Snow! recorded with the BBC’s Big Band Orchestra. Other festive cuts being added are The More You Give (The More You’ll Have) and Winter Wonderland with Rod Stewart.
Bublé may be the ultimate Christmas crooner, but he faces some comepition this year. Gary Barlow recently announced his own festive record The Dream Of Christmas, while Jamie Cullum is release a new edition of his Pianoman At Christmas collection.