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If there is a couple in the entertainment industry that loves Christmas more than Jonathan Scott and Zooey Deschanel, we'd love to meet them. The two have been an item since late summer and are now about to spend their first holiday season together and will even go carolling with the Scott family. They're already stretching their vocal cords because Jonathan Scott and Zooey Deschanel sang a Christmas song on stage together and the video will have you grinning from ear to ear. 

The 41-year-old TV personality from Vancouver surprised his girlfriend while she was performing for She & Him alongside her bandmate, M. Ward.

The two have been a musical duo since 2006 where Deschanel sings and plays the piano and ukelele, and Ward plays the guitar.

They performed in Philadelphia for the She & Him Christmas Party and Deschanel posted a video on Instagram of her warming up while singing I'll Be Home For Christmas.

Her hunky boyfriend left a comment on that said, "I’m ready if you need a backup dancer. Otherwise I’ll enjoy from the seats." Deschanel responded, "We definitely need a backup dancer!!! Please wear sequins."

So it seems Scott was supposed to enjoy the show from afar before brightening up his girlfriend's day.

The video of Scott's appearance, along with other shots of She & Him's performance, were posted by an Instagram user named lildebbiesnackcakez.

He's shown singing along to Little Saint Nick, where he belted out one line, popped a kiss on Deschanel's cheek and left the stage. It was exactly as cute as it sounds. 

With over 13 years of singing experience, Deschanel will make the perfect addition to the Scott family tradition of going Christmas carolling door-to-door for their neighbours. 

You can't forget her iconic role alongside Will Ferrell in Elf where she belted out holiday tunes including Baby It's Cold Outside and Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town.

The She & Him Christmas Party tour began on December 4 and will go until December 14, ending in Los Angeles.

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