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For the Robertson family’s 2013 Christmas album, Duck The Halls, Jase and Missy sang a flirty duet together, which showed off both of their singing talents.
Singing “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” Jase decided to take a different approach to the song. He sang with Missy at the chorus, but he spoke all his other parts.
“At first I tried to sing the first two or three lines,” he said in a behind the scenes clip. “But then I thought, ‘This is all about flirting with my wife!’ So, I scrapped that and just started flirting with her the entire time. And I really was! I knew I had done my job when after it was over, [Missy] was three shades of red.”
Just listening to Jase flirt with his wife of over 20 years is so cute, you will immediately smile from their love. Missy delivers incredible vocals and when Jase does sing, he’s pretty good, too!
The song has been recorded by countless artists since becoming popular following the 1949 movie Neptune’s Daughter. In 1949 alone, there were eight recordings of the song! The most well-known versions that year were from Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Jordan, and by Dean Martin and Marilyn Maxwell.
Most recently, John Legend and Kelly Clarkson recorded an updated version following some online chatter that the song might be a little “creepy.”
Most of the family lent their voices to Duck The Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas. Willie Robertson, Uncle Si, and Phil even sang, too! In fact, George Strait sang “Christmas Cookies” with them!
Listen to Jase and Missy’s flirty duet below.