As soon as December 1 arrives, Christmas music is everywhere, and who can forget some of the iconic music videos that have brightened up the festive season throughout the years?
Paul McCartney had a wild night at the pub in Wonderful Christmas Time, Shaking Stevens had some fun in lapland for Merry Christmas Everyone and icons Roy Wood and The Wombles even joined forces for the festive tune I wish it could be a Wombling Merry Christmas.
Although other festive songs such Band Aid had the most musicians to feature a music video, there have been plenty of Christmas classics that have had cameos from some of the world's biggest stars.
Daily Star takes a look at the Christmas music video cameos from Hollywood actors, supermodels and more.
Martin Kemp joins Wham's holiday in Last Christmas
Long before he married Shirley from Wham, Spandau Ballet musician and actor Martin Kemp appeared in their music video for Last Christmas.
In a blink and you'll miss it cameo, Martin Kemp plays one of the friends who joins George, Andrew, Pepsi and Shirley on their winter holiday at a Swiss ski chalet.
Although George might have been reminiscing about his past love in the music video, off-screen love was certainly blossoming between Shirley and Martin, with the couple getting married in 1988.
Other stars to have appeared in the video included model Kathy Hill, who played George's ex-girlfriend.
While things may have been frosty on screen (pardon the pun), off-set they had a great chemistry, with Kathy telling The Guardian: "He had an amazing sense of humour. There’s a scene when we’re walking up the hill and every time we went up he just fell down, so every time I burst into laughter.
"That shot where we’re rolling around and he ends up sitting on me, I’m genuinely laughing my head off. It was great."
Matt Dillon plays a police officer in Fairytale of New York
Hollywood actor Matt Dillon has had many award nominated roles, but one of his most famous is his cameo as the police officer in Christmas classic Fairytale of New York.
As the start of the video, Matt is the policeman who brings Shane MacGowan into the station and throws him in jail.
It's no coincidence that he appeared in the video though, as he had previously become good friends with The Pogues, after seeing their first ever New York gig with MTV producer Peter Dougherty.
Peter would even go on to direct the video for Fairytale of New York.
From there Matt went on to star in huge Hollywood films including Something about Mary, as well as playing a policeman in another music video for Bad Girl by Madonna in 1993.
Henry Winkler and Stranger Things star have a party in Santa Is Coming For Us
Henry Winkler is known for strutting his stuff as Fonzi in the hit american sitcom Happy Days, and in Sia's music video for Santa is coming for us, he joins in on the fun too.
Wearing a knitted waistcoat, he can be seen dancing along to the catchy Christmas number, with the lyrics placed at the bottom of the screen so viewers can sing along too.
He's not the only huge star to make a cameo in the video though, as he is joined by Caleb McLaughlin, who plays Lucas in Stranger Things, as well as Dax Shepherd, Hollywood actress Kristen Bell, IT actors Wyatt Oleff and Sophia Lillis.
Now that's what I call a festive gathering to remember.
Curiosity Killed The Cat play choir singers in Rocking Around the Christmas Tree
Comedian Mel Smith and pop singer Kim Wilde combined forces for this Comic Relief cover of Rocking around the Christmas Tree, which featured a number of celebrity cameos.
As Mel and Kim wait for their party guests to arrive, eighties band Curiosity killed the Cat turn up on their doorstep as choir singers, with an unimpressed Mel shutting the door again.
Other guests to turn up on the doorstep include Spitting image puppets, along with Mel's comedy partner Griff Rhys-Jones, who suddenly appears from the cupboard under the stairs.
The song not only raised a huge amount for charity, but also stayed in the charts for seven weeks, reaching number three.
Cindy Crawford's sizzling role in Please Come Home For Christmas
Rock heartthrob Jon Bon Jovi released his cover of the classic Please come home for Christmas, as part of the holiday album A Very Special Christmas in 1992.
The video sees a lonely Jon Bon Jovi reminiscing about his former love, with his ex-girlfriend played by non other than supermodel Cindy Crawford.
Flashbacks of their relationship include a couple of sizzling scenes where Jon and Cindy are kissing one another, as well as the two slow dancing by the Christmas tree.
However it wasn't meant to be, and a lonely Jon can be seen all alone at the end of the video without no one to kiss under the mistletoe.
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