That was fast.
Less than 24 hours have passed since Halloween night, and American singer and songwriter Mariah Carey has already declared it’s time for Christmas.
Actually, scratch that. She didn’t even wait for Halloween to pass.
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On Sunday night, Carey took to social media to share a video that went from chilling to Christmas, taking a candy-cane-coloured baseball bat to an unsuspecting pumpkin.
Ready? Let’s go! 🎃➡️🎄#MariahSZN pic.twitter.com/cEaFrRBHwJ
— Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey) November 1, 2021
The Queen of Christmas can then be seen surrounded by decorations, gifts, and throwing confetti. November 5 is also teased during the 28-second-clip.
GET READY Y’ALL!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/EGLPAuaZlN
— Coupon Pro (@CouponProBlog) November 1, 2021
“It’s time,” the video reads. “To smash that pumpkin and treat it as pie… cause we still gotta get through Thanksgiving.”
Whether Carey’s announcement was too early or right on time, social media was all for it.
— Walmart (@Walmart) November 1, 2021
Guinness World Records even declared it a “new record for the earliest celebration of Christmas.”
new record for the earliest celebration of Christmas
— Guinness World Records (@GWR) November 1, 2021
And besides, it’s not like we’re already counting down the days till Christmas (54)… right?