Faith Hill Begs For Holiday Cheer In “Where Are You, Christmas?” Video

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In 2000, Faith Hill recorded the song “Where Are You, Christmas?” for the film How The Grinch Stole Christmas.

This unforgettable song from 2000 will bring the memories flooding back as you see one of country music’s most successful female vocalists dazzle in this stunning music video.

“Where Are You, Christmas?” was written specifically for the feature film based on the book by Dr. Seuss.

It has become a modern Christmas classic and beloved by many. Taylor Momsen, who played little Cindy Lou Who, sang it in the film, but we all know Faith Hill’s soaring rendition that was included during the credits.

“Where Are You, Christmas?” has a lasting legacy.

There have been several covers of this song since its release, most notably from a cappella group Pentatonix, who released it on their 2018 album Holidays Around The World.

In 2023, a Hallmark movie was released titled Where Are You, Christmas? and includes the song in its credits. According to IMDb, the film’s premise is as follows, “Addy wished for a year without Christmas and she wakes up in a world of black and white. She must work together with the town mechanic to restore Christmas.”

Released as a single from the movie’s soundtrack, country queen Faith Hill doesn’t hold back on this truly beautiful song that reminds us all how luck we are each year.

One of the Top 10 best-selling Christmas singles, “Where Are You, Christmas?” became a chart-crossing super hit after the release of the movie and single.

Faith Hill was chosen specifically for this song by its writers.

Written by Mariah Carey, Will Jennings, and James Horner, Hill was selected as the vocalist specifically by the writers and their choice was an excellent one!

Watch the full music video below as this country superstar goes seeking for Christmas during a very dark time in Whoville.