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John Lewis & Partners 2020 Christmas Advert

The John Lewis & Partners Christmas advert will soon be here! But, when exactly does 2020 advert air, what will it be and who will sing the soundtrack? – Here we take a look at everything we know so far.

John Lewis Christmas Advert 2020

Christmas is now less than 100 days away, the weather is changing and we’re swapping cardigans for our Winter woollies and now we’re preparing for this years haul of Christmas adverts.

In fact, Christmas TV adverts will start to hit our TV screens in the next couple of weeks, with SCS already airing it’s ‘In Time for Christmas’ mini ad.

With this in mind, what can we expect from this years? official details are scarce at the minute and we’ve already predicted the John Lewis & Partners Christmas advert here but in the meantime, let’s take a look back through what we may already know from previous adverts.

John Lewis Christmas advert 2020: When will it be released?

In 2019 the Excitable Edgar ad was released on 14 November while in 2018, The Boy and the Piano was also released in mid-November. The Moz the Monster ad was unveiled on 10 Nov 2017 and Buster the Boxer bounced onto our screens on 9 November 2016. So, can we expect something similar?, perhaps Thursday 12th November could be a potential date.

John Lewis & Partners and Waitrose & Partners Christmas Advert - Ava and Edgar

Who and What is rumoured to be in this year’s John Lewis Christmas advert?

Fans across social media have suggested Harry Styles or Billie Elish will record this year’s track, with ‘Come Together’ and ‘Lean on Me’ being the chosen song.

The advert is still under lock and key, however, we’ll be one of the first to know all the glorious details so keep an eye on this page.

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