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In lieu of her famous annual Christmas Eve bash, Kris Jenner is giving people a different kind gift this holiday season.

The momager, 66, dropped a cover of the Christmas classic “Jingle Bells” on Friday.

“A little Christmas fun in the studio,” she teased a nine-second clip of the tune with a throwback photo of herself in a red sequined dress, while posing in front of a fireplace.

“Christmas is my favorite and happiest time of the year and this honestly put me in the best mood,” she continued, noting that her soon-to-be son-in-law, Travis Barker produced the song on “Kravis Records.”

His fiancée Kourtney Kardashian could also be heard playing the tune’s upbeat jingle bells in the background.

“Thank you @travisbarker for the memory and fun, and for adding your magical drums,” Jenner continued. “And thank you @kourtneykardash for your mesmerizing jingle bells!!”

The Poosh founder took to her Instagram Story, encouraging fans to stream the “iconic legendary queen’s” song, while Khloé Kardashian tweeted, “There’s a new Christmas legend in town.”

On Friday, it was revealed that Jenner canceled her famed Christmas soirée for the second year in a row.

She decided to hold off on throwing the yearly bash as the Omicron variant spreads rapidly across the country, a source told TMZ.

However, the insider noted that she still plans on gathering with all her children and grandchildren for a toned-down Christmas Eve celebration.

Last year marked the first holiday season since 1978 that went by without a mega Kardashian-Jenner celebration.

“The Covid cases are getting out of control in CA. So we decided that we’re not doing a Christmas Eve party this year,” Khloé said at the time.

She continued, “Health and safety first though! Taking this pandemic seriously is a must.”

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