Stormzy might have the best Christmas jumper ever

No wonder it's made his year

Stormzy shared his new Christmas jumper with his Twitter followers last night (November 28) and it might just be the best Christmas jumper ever.

Captioning the video ‘Oi this jumper has made my year WOW,’ Stormzy then showed off the jumper, which features the popular, non-alcoholic drink Supermalt.

The malt drink is often used when slow cooking various meats, as well as serving as a traditional beverage around the festive season. You can see Stormzy’s video below.

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Meanwhile, Stormzy is set to appear on the BBC’s ‘The Year In Music 2017’. The show will take the form of a one hour special and will be hosted by Claudia Winkleman and guest presenter Clara Amfo. Part of the show will feature this year’s BBC Music Awards.

According to a press release, musicians and broadcasters will “talk about the musical year, giving their views on the highs and lows in the world of music over the last 12 months, including the greatest performances and the biggest stories.”

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The BBC Music Awards section of the show will see three awards given out for the categories of Artist Of The Year, British Album Of The Year, and Live Performance Of The Year. The BBC Music Introducing Artist Of The Year will be announced shortly.

The nominees are:

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Artist Of The Year
Ed Sheeran
Harry Styles
Kendrick Lamar
Lorde
Rag’n’Bone Man
Stormzy

British Album Of The Year
Calvin Harris – ‘Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1’
Ed Sheeran – ‘÷’
Dua Lipa – ‘Dua Lipa’
Rag’n’Bone Man – ‘Human’
Stormzy – ‘Gang Signs & Prayer’
The xx – ‘I See You’

Live Performance Of The Year
Boy Better Know – Glastonbury
Depeche Mode – Glasgow Barrowlands, 6 Music Festival
Foo Fighters – Glastonbury
Katy Perry – Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2017
Chic feat. Nile Rodgers – Glastonbury
U2 – The Joshua Tree Tour 2017

The Year In Music 2017 will be broadcast on BBC Two at 9pm on December 8.

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