20 Of The Best Celebrity Holiday Greetings This Christmas

It's the most wonderful time of the year as we gather round the Christmas tree and do what we do best on holidays at home: stare at our Twitter and Facebook feeds, am I right? There are plenty of holiday greetings to scroll through this holiday season, and some of the best are coming from our favorite celebrities and public figures: you can always count on glamorous greetings from celeb staples like the Kardashians and Lady Gaga. Celebs are sharing everything from virtual Christmas cards, to Spotify holiday playlists, and even espousing their own slightly jaded reflections on the holiday season. Even presidential hopefuls have thrown their holiday greetings out there in the social media ring; after all, it's all about winning hearts, minds, and votes and what better way than with politically-tinged Christmas tidings?

And did we mention the ugly sweaters? Because celebrities in ugly Christmas sweaters is totally a thing — an adorable thing at that. All these holiday greetings on this Christmas Eve are leaving us feeling all warm and fuzzy; It's nice to know that even our favorite celebs are hunkering down to enjoy their cups of hot cocoa, sit by the fire, open a few presents, and post a few holiday selfies — just like the rest of us.

Here's our roundup of the best 20 celebrity holiday greetings out there in the social media wilds.

The Ugly Christmas Sweater Showcase

Eat your heart out, grandma: you ain't got nothing on these celeb threads.

Here's Blake Sheldon, Gwen Stefani, and Raelynn getting their Christmas photo props on along with their ugly sweaters.

Lance Bass and Sarah Michelle Gellar are just too damn cute, people. Stop it, Buffy! You're too cute.

Leann Rimes wins all the style points with her ugly sweater: she's got that sexy boyfriend sweater look going on with no pants and manages to tie in the Star Wars craze right now.

And then there's yanno, Snoop Dogg's take on this whole ugly sweater trend... #SMH

Glamorous Holiday Greetings

Since they can't possibly mail all their fans their holiday greetings, Christmas cards via social media will have to do.

First up, the Kardashians (and no, still no photos of the newest Kardashian, baby Saint):

This amazing Game of Thrones-themed card from Kelly Clarkson:

Down-home holiday cheer from Britney Spears and family:

A very classy, traditional affair from The Prince of Wales:

The Obamas, however, offered their greetings in a rather Millennial-savvy way by sharing a playlist of their holiday favorites on Spotify:

Rihanna has a wonderfully bizarre animated holiday greeting for her Twitter fans:

Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo shows off how he decorates for Christmas (spoiler alert: not much except for those poinsettias you see below):

I stand corrected: Some celebs actually do have the time to send out their own Christmas cards, like Beyonce:

And then there's this head-scratchingly basic tweet from Justin Bieber; I feel like maybe he forgot to tweet the rest of what he was saying:

I love Adele. This is what I imagine Christmas is like for every Brit.

Pink keepin' it real:

Holidays From The Hill

Yes, even presidential candidates need to keep up with the Joneses and get their holiday greetings out, too.

Hillary Clinton manages one part holiday greeting, one part voter outreach. A solid strategy.

Meanwhile, despite his millions, Donald Trump's campaign can only afford to create their Christmas greeting in MS Paint.

Sen. Rand Paul takes a cue from the Obamas and sends out his own holiday playlist, with a little refreshing non-partisan commentary on top of it all:

How about a holiday buzzkill from Sen. Marco Rubio?

And finally, this spectacular work of WTF from Dr. Ben Carson:

Happy holidays!

Images: Deray McKesson, Clarence House, Kim Kardashian West, Kelly Clarkson, Adele, Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Cristiano Ronaldo, Rihanna, The White House, Pink, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Rand Paul/Twitter; Snoop Dogg, Raelynn, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Leann Rimes/Instagram; Jemal Countess/Getty Images