Family Pokes Fun at Thanksgiving Stress in Music Video
The Holderness family shared the new video featuring a mash-up of songs including Adele's "Hello" to complain about Thanksgiving.
A family exasperated with the challenges of Thanksgiving has created a music video poking fun at the day.
The Holderness family, who previously released a song about their "X-Mas Jammies," shared the new video featuring a mash-up of songs including Adele's "Hello" and Drake's "Hotline Bling."
"Watch me sip... my chardonnay-nay," mom Kim sings to the tune of Silento's "Watch Me (Whip/Nae)."
The video features the whole family: dad Penn, mom Kim and kids, Penn Charles and Lola.
They sing about the joys of Thanksgiving, including waking up at 4.30 a.m. to start cooking dinner, dealing with in-laws and watching kids only eat green jello.
The video finishes with fans who sent in their own dancing videos from across the country. For more, watch the full video above.
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