John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John Team Up For A Christmas Album!

Ladies and gentlemen, we have somehow traveled back to 1983.

Ladies and gentlemen, we have somehow traveled back to 1983.

In the spirit of the holidays and just a bit of charity, John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John have teamed up for the first time in three decades to create a Christmas album!

“This Christmas,” which will hit store shelves on November 13, features the GREASE co-stars performing such classics as “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” “Silent Night,” and “White Christmas,” as well as one new song written by GREASE musical scribe, John Farrar.

And if that’s not enough to get you excited, you also have a number of musical guests to look forward to, including Barbra Streisand (“I’ll Be Home For Christmas”), James Taylor (“Deck The Halls”), Kenny G (“Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree”), and Tony Bennett and The Count Basie Orchestra (“Winter Wonderland”)!

The proceeds for “This Christmas” will be split among Travolta and Newton-John’s charities (the Jett Travolta Foundation, named after Travolta’s son, and the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre in Melbourne, Australia.

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