After being taped on December 11, the 30th anniversary of "Christmas in Washington" concert finally aired over the weekend. Soon after the broadcast, footage from the special charity gig flooded the web featuring the likes of Justin Bieber and Jennifer Hudson making live performances in front of President Barack Obama, his family and guests.
"I'm so excited now to introduce our first performer 'cause we both have a lot in common. We both young, handsome and the subject of millions of young women's desires, plus we both still live with our parents," so host Conan O'Brien introduced Bieber to the attendees. The teen singer performed "Mistletoe" and returned to the stage to sing "Away in a Manger".
J-Hud also delivered two songs that night when taking the stage at the National Building Museum. Wearing a sparkly taupe Pamella Rolland dress, the former finalist on the third season of "American Idol" helped spread holiday cheers by caroling two Christmas classics, "Do You Hear What I Hear?" and "O Holy Night".
The other musical guests were Victoria Justice, Cee-Lo Green and The Band Perry. The Nickelodeon songstress did a medley of "Winter Wonderland" and "Let It Snow", the Gnarls Barkley star played his own spin on "This Christmas" and "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town", while the country music trio crooned "I'll Be Home for Christmas".
All the performers joined Mr. President and his family to wrap up the gig by singing "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing". Before the last number was delivered, each star got their own solo sets as part of the closing medley. While Bieber and J-Hud performed "Away in a Manger" and "O Holy Night" respectively, Justice delivered "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear", Cee-Lo caroled "Silent Night", and the Band Perry did "Mary Did You Know".
The Band Perry: