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Rufus Wainwright sings 'O Holy Night' en francais

Rufus Wainwright

 

On last night’s episode of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Rufus Wainwright sang “Minuit, Chrétiens,” the French version of the Christmas song “O Holy Night,” with the Roots backing him up in a distinctly non-Rootsy way. It was real purty, and you can watch here (after a brief advertisement from NBC).

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