‘Orange Is The New Black’ Cast Members Give Us A Christmas Song We’ll Never Forget (Video)

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If you’re a fan of Netflix‘s new show “Orange Is The New Black,” you will love this. And if you’re not a fan, you’ll at least appreciate it.

Danielle Brooks and Uzo Aduba, also known as Taystee and Crazy Eyes on the Netflix original, team up for a randomly catchy medley of our favorite Christmas songs.

That’s right, our favorite badass convicts have a soft spot, and it’s delightfully cheery. Might just have to get the Shazam out and start downloading this cause it’s one of the better Christmas medleys you’ll hear this year (that’s right Justin Bieber, we’re talking to you).

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