Few things are more warm and fuzzy than a good holiday story on Christmas. And for us grown ups, the one thing that can make our favorite childhood tales even better is adding a celebrity into the mix.
So when we saw this video of supermodel Hailey Baldwin totally nailing a dramatic reading of one of our favorite Christmas fables, The Grinch, we couldn’t help but find ourselves grinning from ear to ear.
The clip is part of Apple TV's new series Off Book, where models read passages from famous works of literature. Baldwin is the first of her supermodel squad to take part in the series, which will air on WME/IMG's brand new channel Made To Measure. Other models expected to participate include Lindsey Wixson and Hanne Gaby Odiele, an article in Nylon reports.
And just in case Baldwin’s impressive rendition of The Grinch left you in the mood to listen to more holiday tales, we found six other celebrity-led storytelling sessions you’ll definitely want to check out this Christmas.
Ja Rule gives us his best Grinch
The rapper may be giving Hailey Baldwin a bit of competition. We must admit, his rendition of The Grinch is spot on. What do you think?
Michelle Obama shares a classic Christmas tale
FLOTUS Michelle Obama helps spread some holiday cheer to kids at Children's National Medical Center during a reading of the classic tale, 'Twas the Night Before Christmas.
Liam Neeson takes us on the 'Polar Express'
Tom Hanks may have played the conductor in the 2004 film adaptation of this classic Christmas story, but we were definitely impressed with Liam Neeson when he took us on his own ride aboard the Polar Express.
Molly Ringwald spreads holiday cheer
Molly Ringwald captured our hearts in movies like Sixteen Candles and The Breakfast Club. Back in 2010, the actress channeled her inner storyteller when she read How the Grinch Stole Christmas to a crowd at Universal Studios Hollywood.
John Krasinski shows us his sweet side
For years, John Krasinski made us crack up playing Jim Halpert on NBC's The Office. In this adorable reading of The Gingerbread Man, the funny man officially captures our hearts.
Patrick Stewart awes in 'A Christmas Carol'
You might know Patrick Stewart as Professor Xavier from the popular X-Men film franchise. But in this reading of the timeless, A Christmas Carol, he takes on a whole other persona. We must say, we're feeling it.