Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas Is You' is arguably the iconic holiday song, leading many to label the American singer the 'Queen of Christmas'.
But this Queen doesn't want the crown.
Speaking to BBC's Zoe Ball Breakfast Show, Carey made it clear the moniker was not one she created for herself and nor does she think it appropriate.
"Can I just say that I did not create the title or the moniker 'Queen of Christmas'. Okay?" she told the British radio show.
"I did not do that. That was other people, and I just want to humbly say that I don't consider myself that."
The hitmaker, whose Christmas songs soar in popularity ahead of December 25 every year, went on to say that she loved Christmas and felt "blessed" to have written a number of tunes for the holiday.
However, she believes there is another 'Queen of Christmas'.
"Let's face it, you know, everybody's faith is what it is. But to me, Mary is the Queen of Christmas."
That's a reference to Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ, whose birth is celebrated on December 25.
Carey was on the radio to promote her latest song 'Fall in Love At Christmas', which she revealed she began working on over summer. She also let fans know her favourite Christmas song is 'This Christmas' by Donny Hathaway.