Trending: Xmas Jammies, Jingle Bells Remix, News Anchor’s Last Words

December 16, 2013 4:22 PM

Xmas Jammies

A North Carolina family posts their annual Christmas letter on YouTube for friends and family, now thousands have seen it.

Mom, dad and the two kids of the Holderness family got all dressed up in their Christmas jammies to give us a look back at their past year with some dancing, singing and rapping.

If you check out their three-minute video, you’ll learn Lola can count to 100 in Chinese, Penn loves superhero shirts, and the parents have capped their number of kiddos at two.

News Anchor’s Last Words

A Kansas news anchor learned the first rule of television the hard way, your microphone is always hot!

Justin Kraemer signed off KSN’s Saturday night news saying, “Well be back tomorrow after football. Now, lets get the (expletive) out of here.” He said it while the closing music was playing, presumably not realizing his microphone was still on.

On Monday, the station’s Facebook page was filled with supportive messages for Kraemer after the mistake.

The station has not made any public comment on the slip up — but the anchor’s bio is no longer on the website.

Police Remix Jingle Bells

Police in Hampton, Virginia remixed the Christmas classic “Jingle Bells” with a special appearance from Santa Claus – and it’s going viral.

The video is a unique way to warn shoplifters — and a remind shoppers to call police if they see anything suspicious.

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