Carrie Underwood debuts 'Hallelujah' music video with John Legend

Carrie Underwood just released her music video for her duet with John Legend "Hallelujah".
The footage showing the two singers in the midst of a whimsical winter wonderland was released on Facebook on Thursday, November 19th.
It can be viewed here.
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"Hallelujah," co-written by Legend, appears on Underwood's first Christmas album, "My Gift," which also includes a duet by "Little Drummer Boy" with her 5 year old son Isaac.
"My Gift" was released on September 25th and contains a total of 11 songs, two of which were co-written by the American Idol winner. Her originals include Let There Be Peace and Sweet Baby Jesus, which appear alongside other holiday-themed favorites like Silent Night. The Amazon Music version of the album also includes an exclusive song, Favorite Time of the Year, which Underwood co-wrote.
PHOTO: Carrie Underwood attends the 54th Annual CMA Awards at the Music City Center in Nashville on Nov 11, 2020. | John Legend attends Netflix's drive-in premiere "Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey" on November 13, 2020 in Los Angeles. (Jason Kempin / Getty Images for CMA | Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images for Netflix)
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Underwood had previously teased the music video premiere of "Hallelujah" on Wednesday November 18 on Instagram.
"This song and its message are urgently needed and I am honored to have it on my Christmas album 'My Gift'," said the 37-year-old at the time. "I hope you like it."
Carrie Underwood makes his debut with John Legend as the 'Hallelujah' music video and originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com

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