Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard Host Holiday Bash in Sia's Music Video for 'Santa's Coming for Us'

The festive music video also features 'Stranger Things' actor Caleb McLaughlin as well as 'It' stars Sophia Lillis and Wyatt Oleff.

AceShowbiz - After releasing the track on October 30, %cSia Furler% finally unveiled the music video for her Christmas track "Santa's Coming for Us" on November 22. Directed by Marc Klasfeld, the festive music video features a lot of celebrities, including married couple %cKristen Bell% and %cDax Shepard%, "Stranger Things" actor %cCaleb McLaughlin% as well as "It" stars %cSophia Lillis% and %cWyatt Oleff%.

The clip begins with Bell, clad in a candy cane-striped dress, lip-syncing to the fist verse of the song on stairs before joining Shepard to trim the tree and prepare the festive holiday party. McLaughlin, Lillis and Oleff, who play the children of the couple, can be seen wrapping up gifts for the guests. The clip ends as Bell and Shepard share a sweet kiss under the mistletoe.

Following the release of the music video, fans can't stop talking about it, saying that they wished the singer appeared in the music video. "Darn, I wish Sia were in the video. Obviously not showing her face. But with her on or something," a fan writes. Another fan comments, "I'd love to see Sia on the video clip."

"Santa's Coming for Us" is the lead track off Sia's first holiday album "Everyday Is Christmas", which hit the stores on November 17. The set, which the songstress co-wrote with producer Greg Kurstin, also includes slow-tempo love song "Snowman". Speaking to Zane Lowe, Sia revealed that she finished the album in two weeks as she had so much fun writing the songs.

"I just was having so much fun, because it's already there; all of the concepts, you just have to expand on them," the "Big Girls Cry" songstress said. "It's not like you have to have an original idea to begin with. It's like, Christmas mistletoe, ho-ho-ho, Santa Claus, Christmas list and elves. It was easy and fun. We did it in two weeks."

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