Family Focuses On The Good Things That Happened In 2016 In Musical Holiday Card

It's that time again...

Three years after their “Christmas Jammies” music video catapulted them to viral fame (and earned them an “SNL” spoof), the Holderness family is returning to their holiday roots.

On Tuesday, the family released their annual Christmas video card ― a parody of Taio Cruz’s “Dynamite.” In the song, they focus on the positive things that happened in 2016 ― like Katie Ledecky’s Olympic victories, the beloved “Chewbacca mom” video, the “Gilmore Girls” revival, “Hamilton’s” Tony awards, the mannequin challenge phenomenon, wins for the Cubs and Cavaliers and all the new emojis.

On a more personal level, the family report that they have a new puppy named Ruby and their son, Penn Charles, can now do the worm. Merry Christmas, Holderni.

And that’s not all for the viral family’s holiday madness. Apparently, they’re debuting yet another Christmas video on the Food Network on Dec. 17.

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