This Schitt’s Creek Christmas Supercut Is All I’ve Ever Wanted From Santa Bébé

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The digital producer for Schitt’s Creek has created a fun little supercut of the show to the tune of All I Want For Christmas Is You, including an iconic bébé from Catherine O’Hara’s Moira Rose to top things off. Truly the best way to get into the Chrissy spirit.

The video was uploaded to Instagram by creator Calum Shanlin, who is also the show’s digital producer. Throughout the clip we see multiple different scenes from the show clipped and snipped together to sing lines from Mariah Carey‘s Christmas smash hit.

Truly I want nothing but this clip under my Christmas tree this year because it is just effortlessly wholesome. It was even captioned as “All I Want For Christmas Is You, bébé”, which is just icing on the cake.

Watch the clip below and behold the majesty. Also, join me in wondering how on Earth you even make one of these? Surely it is incredibly difficult, right?

The post even got some love from the show’s award-winning writer, producer and supporting actor (who we absolutely love), Dan Levy.

“Calum, you simply outdid yourself this holiday,” he commented in a reshare of the post.

Mariah Carey even decided to stop her busy, busy schedule of raking in coins from All I Want For Christmas Is You, and shared her love for the clip.

“I love it, I love it, I love it, I love it, I love it!!!” she wrote, and folks, I think she loved it?

“Did I mention I love it? LOL.”

Honestly, I know that celebs have people operate their social media accounts half the time, but there’s just something about the way that Mariah Carey writes on the apps that makes me fully convinced that it’s her.

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If the team at Schitt’s Creek hasn’t given this talented man a raise, then I truly think they should. If someone did a supercut of years of my life’s work just to sing along to a Mariah Carey song, I would be forever changed as a person.

Schitt’s Creek is currently wrapped up and done for now, but there have been rumours around an eventual movie, which is something to look for in your stocking.