On Wednesday evening, tree lighting ceremony at Rockefeller Center, the audience not only looks spectacular lighting the tree, but Justin Bieber debut and Mariah Carey music video for "all I want for Christmas."
Bieber, who was on hand to perform songs from their new album Christmas under the mistletoe, unveiled a video of his Duet with Carey on NBC's Christmas in Rockefeller Center, special on Wednesday.
The song, the remake of the hit 1994 Carey starts from Santa on the street tinkling bells and spread holiday joy but then jumps into something that may not be age for some viewers.
It has a 41-year-old singer, scantily clad in Santa outfit seductively posed against a brick wall in the store, with a 17-year-old Canadian heartthrob, and some friends, past the shopping basket, not in a position to take their eyes off her.
Although the song tries to insert innocence with scenes of Santa on the streets of mood, handing out invitations for purchases at Macy's event private midnight, viewers flocked in the comments section of the official NBC tree lighting page to express their disapproval of the clip. Many called him "irrelevant" and some questioned the decision to air a risky video during what is considered to be from a family show.