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Hit the Hallelujah Button: What Happens in Vegas...

Bellagio Hotel's famous fountains. Image via Wylio
Bellagio Hotel's famous fountains. Image via Wylio

Each day leading until Christmas we will post a different video rendition of the "Hallelujah Chorus" for your holiday enjoyment and edification.

Today we bring you season's greetings and aquatic Hallelujahs from the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas.

Sure they call it " Sin City," but at Christmastime, the famous fountains at the Bellagio Hotel wow tourists from around the world with their syncronized musical water shows, including sacred music. The fountain's Christmas show — seen multiple times each day — includes the Mormon Tablernacle Choir's rendition "Hallelujah Chorus"  along with Placido Domingo's "O Holy Night" and Johnny Mathis singing "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year."

Not everything that happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. See for yourself.

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