It is considered journalistically uncouth to repeat part of your headline word-for-word, but we'll say it again, nobody asked for this and nobody wants it:
Jimmy Fallon is giving a boost to COVID-19 vaccine boosters, teaming up with Ariana Grande and Megan Thee Stallion for an offbeat, Christmas-themed music video encouraging Americans to get "in line" for the shots.
"It was a masked Christmas, we stayed in the house. We covered our nose, and covered our mouth," the NBC "Tonight Show" host croons in "It Was a (Masked Christmas)," which he debuted on Monday. "But it's Christmas time, we'll be in line for a booster."
Other lines in the tune include: "This Christmas Imma make it count, no more quarantine on the couch. This year hang that mistletoe, Imma kiss everybody that I know."
It's hard to know what the worst thing about this is: The faux-80s aesthetic, the ra-ra booster message, or the Muschietti-style freakish mask zombie thing: