Carly Pearce Stuns With Angelic Rendition Of “O Holy Night” On The CMA Country Christmas Special

Carly Pearce didn’t win the CMA Female Vocalist of the Year award for nothin’.

Last night on the CMA Country Christmas special, she did an absolutely stunning rendition of “O Holy Night” that will help get you in the Christmas spirit as we kick off this holiday season.

A beautiful song about the birth of Jesus and humanity’s redemption, it actually dates back to 1843. It was originally a poem written by French poet Placide Cappeau and was set to music a few years later in 1847 by composer Adolphe Adam.

And, now that Thanksgiving is over, it’s officially time to actually start listening to Christmas music for the next month or so (meaning the Pistol Annies and Cody Johnson):

While I have to admit, I’m not always the biggest fan of Christmas music, this is one of the more tolerable songs in my opinion, and Carly knocked it out of the park.

I mean, her vocals are on another level and she looked so stunning in that red dress and gloves.

Though you really didn’t miss much at all on the special, this performance is definitely worth a watch:

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