Family Takes Quality Time To The Next Level With Annual Christmas Dance Routine

"We love spending time together."

The Orgill family's annual Christmas tradition might inspire you to get up and move this holiday season. The Utah residents have put together a dance routine to a holiday pop song every year since 2012, and this year's version just might take the cake.

In the video, set to Ariana Grande's "Santa Tell Me," the family's eight siblings, along with in-laws and nieces, perform a choreographed number in front of a festive backdrop in their living room. The moves include Rockette kicks and even a few backflips. To top it all off, every member of the family wears their own silly Christmas sweater.


In previous years, the family has danced to everything from Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" to Justin Bieber's "Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town" and "Drummer Boy." The tradition began in 2012 as a surprise for their parents, and soon developed into a yearly thing.

Ammon Orgill, who leads the annual fun and uploads the results to his YouTube channel, told ABC News last year, "We're always trying to top it every year and make it more elaborate." He added, "We love spending time together and how it all brings us together."

It's no wonder their creations continue to go viral.

Check out this year's full routine in the video below:

(H/T: People)

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