FedEx driver becomes internet sensation after being filmed singing ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’

In what has been… quite a year, people are finding joy wherever they can and with the festive season fast approaching, that means getting in the Christmas spirit.

That’s definitely true for one FedEx delivery driver who is going viral for his enthusiastic performance of Mariah Carey’s Christmas banger ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’.

In a viral TikTok video posted by user @kaylaprosser2, the delivery driver in question is filmed rocking out in his van to the classic festive song and though he may be seated, he’s still got all the dance moves.



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Visible from the waist up, he certainly gives it some and clearly knows how to entertain an audience, incorporating a point towards the camera in his dancing.

People are absolutely loving it and the video, captioned ‘In case anyone was wondering where their FedEx packages are’, now

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FedEx, UPS face ‘shipageddon’ with potential shortfall of 7 million packages a day over holiday season

With the holiday season rapidly approaching, delivery services are bracing for what some are calling “shipageddon,” with a potential shortfall of as many as 7 million packages a day.

UPS and FedEx have told some of their shippers that they have already reached most of their capacity, according to The Wall Street Journal.

That shortage could mean up to 7 million packages a day between Thanksgiving and Christmas could face delays, Satish Jindel, president of ShipMatrix software and consulting provider, told NBC News.

“This will be an unprecedented peak season, and there will be days within the holiday season where the entire industry is constrained,” Brie Carere, executive vice president and chief marketing and communications officer at FedEx, told NBC News’ Jo Ling Kent.

“We are working with all of our customers to really smooth their demand. We’re asking retailers and merchants to pull forward their sales and I think

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