13 December 2013

Flashback Friday: See The Stars Dressed As Santa From Cara Delevingne To John Mayer

Until Mariah Carey’s belting out all she’s after for Christmas, it can’t really be considered Christmas, now can it?

So it makes sense that since the release of that now classic Christmas anthem, Mariah’s found herself in Santa get-up on more than just the odd occasion. She’s not the only one though; Christmas crooners or not, plenty of celebrities have found themselves sporting that familiar red suit over the years!

Reigning queen of fancy-dress Katy Perry is a celeb who’s certainly been no stranger to the Santa suit in the past – although she unsurprisingly ditched the big belly and white beard for a slightly more skimpy number! Glee star Naya Riera made another particularly sexy santa, even substituting her bra for a big red bow. We can’t imagine there are too many men who wouldn’t want to find her wrapped up under their tree!

Mean Girls santa outfit

Mean Girls [Rex]

And who could forget the Jingle bell rocking those Mean Girls did, back in 2004? These days, you might unfortunately be more likely to see her sporting an orange jumpsuit. But back then, Lindsay Lohan made another memorably sexy santa, along with her co-stars and future silver screen queens, Rachel McAdams and Amanda Seyfried.

Back in her Destiny’s Child days, Queen B and co were another girl group who rocked the Santa hat, and as you can see in the video below, accompanied them with some noughties’ style red velvet mini dresses and crop tops with a fetching white fur trim!

And while Miley Cyrus might be foam finger waggling and who knows what with a wrecking-ball now, back in a more innocent time, a tiny Miley made a super cute santa! Who knew one day Hannah Montana would take to the stage gyrating with Santa in red sequined pants?!

Check out the gallery to see more celebrity Santa efforts!

by Sian Gardiner @SianEGardiner


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