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Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, Elton John, and the Obamas: Here’s how the stars celebrated Christmas in 2022.

Even the most powerful winter storms can’t dampen these celebrities’ spirits.

Emma Thompson, who plays Matilda in Netflix’s “Matilda the Musical,” recently told USA TODAY what she enjoys most about the holiday season.

“I like everything,” Thompson says. “I enjoy decorating the Christmas tree. Carols are something I enjoy singing. I enjoy attending carol services. I’ll be doing a reading at Westminster Abbey (in London). “I don’t dislike anything about Christmas.”

Her actor husband Greg Wise, on the other hand, would rather avoid the holiday season entirely: “He’d rather go somewhere else,” Thompson jokes. “Basically, a cave. Undecorated.”

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Here’s how other celebrities are celebrating the holidays this year:

This Christmas, Celine Dion wishes you “love, happiness, and the best of health.”
The iconic singer wished everyone “love, happiness, and the best of health” this Christmas, following her own health announcement earlier this month: she was diagnosed with stiff person syndrome, a neurological disorder. The Instagram post couldn’t have been more adorable.

Andrea Bocelli and children perform ‘Joy to the World.’
Andrea Bocelli and his children performed with the Young People’s Chorus of New York City this Christmas in New York. Indeed, joy to the world.

Ciara’s “favourite time of year”
This year, Ciara and Russell Wilson brought holiday cheer to Children’s Hospital Colorado. Cue the tears.

Reese Witherspoon says, “From our family to yours.”
Is there a more beautiful family than Reese Witherspoon’s? We’re not certain. The actress posted two Instagram photos of her three children, one with just the kids and one with her and her husband Jim Toth as well.

‘Merry Christmas sailors,’ says Sam Smith.
While much of the United States is still cold, Sam Smith made us envious with a beach swimsuit photo. “Merry Christmas Sailors, sending you love and healing today,” they wrote.

In a Christmas video, Elton John declares 2022 his “best year ever.”
Elton John is clearly in the Christmas spirit – just look at his glasses! – and is grateful to his fans.

“To all my wonderful fans, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays,” he wrote. “Thank you for helping to make 2022 my best year yet.”

Barack Obama shares a sweet family photo for Christmas.
“Merry Christmas, everyone!” wrote the former president on Instagram, alongside a photo of his wife Michelle and daughters Sasha and Malia. “One of the best parts of the holiday season is spending time with the people who mean the most to us. “I wish you all a wonderful and joyous Christmas.”

Nick and Vanessa Lachey wish you a Merry ‘National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.’
Even though it’s not Halloween, Nick and Vanessa Lachey channelled “Sparky & Ellen Griswold wishing you the ‘Hap Hap Happiest Christmas.'”

‘I got what I wanted this Christmas,’ says Victoria Beckham.
Victoria Beckham got her Christmas wish this year, as evidenced by her sweatshirt, which reads, “All I want for Christmas is David Beckham,” and her position on his lap. His name is David Beckham, and he is her husband. Cute!

The painting of Prince George by the Prince and Princess of Wales
Is there a royal artist in the family? Prince George’s adorable painting of a reindeer with birds and falling snow was shared by the Prince and Princess of Wales.

Jonathan Van Ness’s Christmas ‘family photo attempt’
This year, Jonathan Van Ness and husband Mark Peacock wrangled their furry family for a Christmas photo. Most of them, at least.

This Christmas, Chloe Bailey dresses in stunning red ensembles.
Chloe Bailey stunned us this Christmas with a series of stunning red ensembles. Please provide us with the names and phone numbers of your trainers and stylists!

“Merry Christmas Eve, you scoundrels,” Florence Pugh wrote. “It’s a shameless red dress post.” Miss Flo, thank you as always.

Lizzo brightens the season with festive, flirty photos.

The “About Damn Time” singer shared a candy cane-inspired photo shoot with her Instagram followers on Christmas Eve. Lizzo wears a red-and-white wig and a garland-adorned bustier against a red curtain backdrop in the sexy photos. The Grammy winner, who accessorised her holiday look with silver platform heels and red-striped nails, also shared a coquettish video of herself dancing to Eartha Kitt’s 1953 classic “Santa Baby,” captioned, “The spirit of Christmas just came over me.”

Kim and Khloe Kardashian volunteer at a women’s shelter
Kim Kardashian stopped by Alexandria House, a transitional home for women and children in Los Angeles, this week after celebrating the holidays at Paris Hilton’s Christmas party last weekend. The beauty mogul shared photos of her visit to the shelter on Friday, where she was joined by sister Khloe Kardashian, daughter North West, and nieces True Thompson and Dream Kardashian.

“We were also able to provide many essentials they would need this holiday season, as well as a beauty day, family portraits with their families, and headshots for job interviews,” Kardashian wrote in the caption of the Instagram post. “We also met with women from Start Up Sisterhood, a programme that provides these women with the tools and mentoring they need to launch their own small businesses.”

Hilary Duff and her husband are ‘held hostage’ by children in a hilarious Christmas card.
Duff has issued an SOS. The “Come Clean” singer shared a playful photo of her family Christmas card on Wednesday, in which she and her husband, musician Matthew Koma, are wrapped in Christmas lights and strapped to chairs with tape over their mouths. Luca, Duff’s 10-year-old son, holds the lights, while their two young daughters, Banks, 4, and Mae, 1, smile mischievously in the background. “Merry Christmas,” the card says. “There is no peace.”

Christina Haack and Ant Anstead spend quality time with their son Hudson over the holidays.
Christina Haack and Ant Anstead may no longer be together, but they agree on one thing: the holidays are all about family.

The TV personalities, who have a 3-year-old son named Hudson, took to their respective Instagram pages on December 21 to share adorable holiday photos of their son. Haack shared a playful photo of Hudson posing with his mother and husband Josh Hall in front of a large Christmas tree at a festive outdoor location.

Meanwhile, Anstead shared a candid photo of Hudson finishing up their Christmas tree. “Tis the season,” wrote Anstead.

“Having grown up in the freezing United Kingdom, I still think it’s amazing that a California Christmas tree complements a warm beach sunset!” the Englishman continued. “Temple is so cosy and festive, and Hudzo is always willing to help.”

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