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Claire Crosby performs during the #LightTheWorld YouTube Live concert.

Cosmo the Cougar headlines this week's UTubers supported by an array of Christmas videos from people with ties to Utah.

One comment on the video of Cosmo the Cougar’s light saber battle on Saturday at the BYU vs. Utah basketball game says, “This is so BYU it hurts.” And it may be true. Cougar fans do march along to the Star Wars theme song at sporting events, a tradition that is not easily explained. But over 122,000 people have watched Cosmo, and most seem to agree that “the force is strong with this one.”

Cosmo: The Last Jedi

Cosmo the Last Jedi! Who saw this tonight?? Got the W over Utah! Tag a Star Wars fan below!!! 😺v👹

Posted by Cosmo the Cougar on Saturday, December 16, 2017

During the #LightTheWorld YouTube Live concert, Claire Crosby sang a beautiful rendition of “Let There Be Peace on Earth,” accompanied by her father, Dave Crosby, and two of The Piano Guys, Jon Schmidt and Steven Sharp Nelson. The performance caught the attention of one of Crosby’s biggest fans who then shared the video. It has been viewed over 100,000 times.

The Crosbys were just two of the artists who joined The Piano Guys in the concert. Watch the entire concert below.

Reese Oliveira, one of the many talented vocalists from One Voice Children’s Choir, and Kelsey Edwards perform a unique duet of “Little Drummer Boy” by using household objects as instruments.

Jenny Oaks Baker and her talented children who make up “Family Four” released a new music video performing “The First Noel.”

The BYU Adlab released an ad this week to benefit the Utah Food and Care Coalition. This is the second year in a row that BYU students have created videos to benefit the coalition with an option to donate using Venmo. Last year’s video was viewed more than 84,000 times and raised over $5,000.

No One Left Cold

Snowmen aren’t the only ones left cold during the holiday season. Warm up to the idea of helping the homeless. Venmo @foodandcare to help feed the hungry in Utah County. #LighttheWorld #NoOneLeftCold

Posted by Food And Care Coalition on Friday, December 15, 2017