A Very Ferrell and Reilly Christmas

David Bowie (Will Ferrell) visits Bing Crosby (John C. Reilly) during the holidays to sing a very special Christmas duet with an underlying hatred of each other. David Bowie (Will Ferrell) visits Bing Crosby (John C. Reilly) during the holidays to sing a very special Christmas duet with an underlying hatred of each other. A Peace on Earth and Little Drummer Boy mash-up has never been more uncomfortable. As in the original video of Bowie and Bing, Mr. Crosby doesn't understand the Englishman, nor does he want to, though in the spoof those biases come to a head. Stick around until the end. Check out the original video below:

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