Listen to Nick Jonas and Shania Twain's Christmas duet

By: Meaghan Wray

Listen to Nick Jonas and Shania Twain's Christmas duet

Shania Twain and Nick Jonas are here to remind us it's the most wonderful time of the year! The musical powerhouses just released their new single "Say All You Want For Christmas," and it has us ready for the holidays.

The festive track is featured alongside songs by Elton John and Fall Out Boy on the recently-released six-track compilation album Island – This Is Christmas.

Nick explained in a post on Instagram that when he wrote the song he had only one duet partner in mind. "When I wrote this song a few months back with the Monsters & Strangerz there was only one artist... one voice I wanted to sing it with, and thankfully she agreed to do it! Thank you @shaniatwain for making my Christmas. Hope you guys like it," wrote the star, alongside a longer clip of the beautiful tune.

The duet is a dream come true for Nick, who has done little to hide his love and admiration for Canada's Queen of Country Pop. Last year, while speaking to Billboard, the Jonas Brother gushed over the icon, calling her a "true inspiration" and revealed he fell in love with her when he heard her song "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)".

He explained to the publication: "This is the first Shania song I ever heard. I remember the country-pop feel of the song was unlike anything else out there at the time, and I became a lifelong fan that moment." Back when the Jonas Brothers were still touring, they reportedly warmed up to Shania's song "Forever and Always," and even recorded a cover of "I'm Gonna Getcha Good" back in 2008.

Nick awarded Shania the Icon Award at Billboard's Women in Music awards last year.

Like many diehard Shania fans, Nick sealed his fate when he saw the star, 52, perform live in Las Vegas, "When she performed ["You're Still the One"] onstage with a white horse at her side, it really sealed the deal for me. Shania Twain, lifetime crush."

Earlier this summer, Nick even joined the Grammy winner on stage at StageCoach to sing a delightful rendition of "Party for Two," and the crowd went absolutely wild!

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