Nadya Sulman's kids are "Ready For Christmas," but are we ready to hear them sing? Likely not, but that won't stop Octomom and her brood from gracing our ears with their holiday tune, which will be available on iTunes and Amazon.com on Friday … just in time to stuff your loved ones' stockings.
Billed as the Roctuplets (Suleman's 3-year-old octuplets) featuring Eli, Amerah, JJ, Caleb, and Calyssa, the group (minus 6-year-old Aiden, who suffers from autism) warbles their way through the original tune, "I'm Ready For Christmas," which was penned by rapper Romeo Holloway (he also performed at the octuplet's birthday in January). They're not exactly The Osmond family, but that won't stop the Suleman kids from making more music. "This is just one of many children's songs they are going to come out with," their publicist Gina Rodriguez tells omg!. "The kids had a lot of fun recording and shooting the video." (Click HERE to watch a preview of the video)
Octomom, 37, is not featured in the "I'm Ready For Christmas" music video or on the album cover, which features the octuplets' faces on Christmas tree balls and the older five children as snowflakes. Since late October, the single mom has been in rehab in Orange County, California, to kick a dependency to Xanax, which she began taking to cope with the stress of raising 14 kids, who are being cared for by a team of nannies in her absence. "Nadya wanted to deal with her issues," says Rodriguez, "and make sure she is the best mother she can be."
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