Debbie Harry and Jesse Malin joined forces to cover the Pogues’ Christmas classic “Fairytale of New York” over the weekend.

The pair put their own spin on the festive track during a concert held to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Clash’s London Calling at New York’s Bowery Ballroom.

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The gig was held in support of the Joe Strummer Foundation. Strummer collaborated with the Pogues in the ’90s.

Harry’s latest appearance comes after she released her memoir, Face It.

Sitting down with “Good Morning America”, the Blondie frontwoman said she had both “great times” and “terrible times” at the peak of her stardom.

She told the show’s Chris Connelly that getting on stage was “terribly frightening”: “I suddenly realized, Well I have to make them respond, I have to go out there and get them. After that, it was a no brainer. I just went out and got them.”

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Stars Getting Festive 2019