The magic of Christmas is alive and well.
A shopper with a great singing voice found himself in a special moment with country music artist Russel Dickerson.
Dickerson noticed an abandoned Salvation Army Red Kettle outside of a Nashville Kroger store and began to sing the carol “White Christmas”, Fox 17 reported. It wasn’t long before the country music star realized he wasn’t alone.
The famous artist posted the duet to Facebook last week with the following comment:
“The Salvation Army US ‘singer ringer’ spot was empty, so … this happened. ‘Tis the season to be jolly and carol with strangers.”
Fox 17 picked up the video where it’s been viewed over 7 million times!
The strangers didn’t miss a beat as they walked towards each other and kept singing.
The two singers fed off each other and ended up with arms around each other for the song’s big ending.
There were no gushing compliments, or requests for autographs when the two finished their song. Just a lot of smiles, laughs and joyous shouts of “Merry Christmas” heard all around.
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