This just in: It turns out famous musicians spend the holidays just like the rest of us!
Don't believe it? We combed the Instagrams for proof.
Tyler, the Creator went for the suburban holiday nostalgia trip, while also reminding us about his upcoming New Year's Eve show at Club Nokia and rocking some stylishly unseasonal Golf Wang threads. Way to multitask, Tyler.
Questlove took an even more classic route, giving The Roots a Peanuts-style Christmas Special makeover. Black Thought's dance moves did always remind us of Linus.
Taylor Swift showed off some fancy new holiday schwag for her kitties. (P.S. Sorry, Taylor, but your mom did not win. We saved the winning holiday gift for the end of this list.)
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Adrenaline junkie that he is, Steve Aoki skipped the usual holiday festivities and hit the slopes instead.
Chief Keef reminded us that, for all his gun-waving, gangsta posturing, he's still just a family man at heart. A family man with the scratch to buy a lot of toys.
Katy Perry posed with a very happy Santa.
Skrillex went one better and donned the jolly red suit himself. Yes, Virginia, some people still believe in dubstep.
Azealia Banks dressed up for the occasion, too. Or at least she got halfway there.
Remember how we said Taylor Swift's mom didn't win Christmas? Nope, whoever gave Bobby McFerrin this shirt did. (His daughter, singer Madison McFerrin, snapped the pic.)
We hope your holidays were filled with love, laughs and social media oversharing, too.
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