Bunnie Xo Hilariously Finds Out Her “12 Days Of Rizzmas” Christmas Video Location Is An Old Church


Bunnie Xo dropped her iconic annual Christmas song earlier this week.

During her “12 Days Of Rizzmas,” Bunnie Xo teaches her fans “how to be a bad b*tch” in the music video. But if you know anything about Bunnie, this is beyond on-brand for her. As the wife of the famed CMA New Artist of the Year, Jelly Roll, Bunnie knows how to walk the walk and talk the talk. A prime example is her shutting down rumors of jealousy of Jelly Roll’s friendship with Lainey Wilson: “It’s me who wants Lainey.”

In short, Bunnie Xo is that b*tch, and amplifies that message in her new music video. Even though Bunnie is a badass, she is still respectful of those around her, leading to a hilarious moment she shared from the shoot for the “12 Days Of Rizzmas” video shoot.

During a portion of the shoot, she learned that the location was an old church. And the look of terror that passed over Bunnie’s face when someone on her team made a comment that they needed to watch their language is gold.

“I just found out that this place is a church…”

She said as she was getting her hair teased. The friend then comments on keeping the profanity to a minimum.

(Yes, you’re my mind of a friend if you immediately thought of this Storage Wars clip)


She looks stunned as she says this, and it appears that the last five minutes of conversation just replayed in her mind.

Churches, raunchy music videos, and profanity… talk about a Holy Trinity.

@xomgitsbunnie Replying to @dcjewelz the sheer panic on my face 🤣🤣🤣 #bunnieandmeme ♬ original sound – Bunnie Xo 🪄

“12 Days Of Rizzmas”

The past couple of years, Bunnie has teamed up with her husband to drop a holiday anthem, like her naughty spin on Mariah Carey’s holiday classic, “All I Want For Christmas Is To Be Screwed.”

But this year, she’s going solo to teach some lessons on “Bad B*tch 101.”

Rizz, which was just named the word of the year by the Oxford English Dictionary, is basically short for “charisma.” As the dictionary puts it, it means “style, charm, or attractiveness; the ability to attract a romantic or sexual partner.” Like when Baby Gronk “rizzed up” Livvy Dunne.

Lord I’m getting old…

But anyway, now that we’ve got that out of the way, Bunnie starts out her video in the classroom teaching some “Bad B*tch 101,” including lessons like “Secure the bag” and “Dry your tears with cash.”

And as she gets into her lesson, her students slowly get makeovers to improve their style – until they all turn into “bad b*tches.”

Bunnie actually had some pretty good help writing her song too: She teamed up with David “D-Ray” Stevens, who co-wrote the #1 hit “Son of A Sinner” alongside her husband Jelly Roll, as well as his hit “Save Me,” which recently hit #1 as a duet with Lainey Wilson.


A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock