Kristin Chenoweth poses with Candace Cameron-Bure, Lacey Chabert and Santa at Hallmark's A Christmas Love Story premiere

It's not even Halloween yet but Christmas is already in the air.

On Monday evening Kristin Chenoweth celebrated her new film, Hallmark Channel's A Christmas Love Story, with a premiere in Los Angeles.

Also with the red carpet favorite was a jolly Santa Claus as well as Hallmark staples Candace Cameron-Bure and Lacey Chabert. 

Yuletide: Kristin Chenoweth poses with, from left, Candace Cameron-Bure, Lacey Chabert, Santa, and Hammark executive Michelle Vicary at the premiere of A Christmas Love Story in LA on Monday

Yuletide: Kristin Chenoweth poses with, from left, Candace Cameron-Bure, Lacey Chabert, Santa, and Hammark executive Michelle Vicary at the premiere of A Christmas Love Story in LA on Monday

Also seen was Michelle Vicary, the executive vice president of programming and network publicity for Crown Media Family Networks, the parent of Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.

The film stars Chenoweth, Scott Wolf, Keith Robinson and Kevin Quinn. 

Chenoweth plays a youth choir director who needs to write a big song for a Christmas Eve show but is distracted when a boy with a golden voice joins her choir, which comes as a surprise to his widowed father (Wolf).

A Christmas Love Story debuts on December 7. 

Too early to DVR: A Christmas Love Story debuts on December 7

Too early to DVR: A Christmas Love Story debuts on December 7

Another pretty face: Here Marisol Nichols, 45, of Riverdale fame is seen with the ladies. She wore a white top and black slacks for the event

Another pretty face: Here Marisol Nichols, 45, of Riverdale fame is seen with the ladies. She wore a white top and black slacks for the event

Candace showed off her tan shoulders in a strapless silver top tucked into black slacks with strappy black heels.

The 43-year-old Fuller House vet wore her blonde hair down over her shoulders and added long earrings.

The TV vet glowed with her shimmery eye makeup.

Pink is in: Kristin - who still looks youthful at 51 - stood out in a strapless mini dress that was made of fuchsia sequins

Pink is in: Kristin - who still looks youthful at 51 - stood out in a strapless mini dress that was made of fuchsia sequins

Good kicks: The Pushing Daisies actress added gold heels. And she wore her signature long blonde locks back behind her ears

Good kicks: The Pushing Daisies actress added gold heels. And she wore her signature long blonde locks back behind her ears

Lacey, best known for Party Of Five and Mean Girls, showed off a slender frame in a black dress with a splash of gold on the side.

The top part had an asymmetrical line but the hem was straight.

She held onto a gold clutch purse and wore black heels that tied at the ankle.

Kristin - who still looks youthful at 51 - stood out in a strapless mini dress that was made of fuchsia sequins.

Her cute co-star: The star put her arms around Kevin Quinn who is also in the movie

Her cute co-star: The star put her arms around Kevin Quinn who is also in the movie

All I want for Christmas is this movie to be a hit! Kristin and Kevin flank Mr Claus

All I want for Christmas is this movie to be a hit! Kristin and Kevin flank Mr Claus

The Pushing Daisies actress added gold heels.

And she wore her signature long blonde locks back behind her ears. 

Michelle looked like she was copying Gwyneth Paltrow's style with ironed blonde hair and a black dress with beige heels.

Earlier this month the actress, known for Descendants and The Boy Next Door, performed on The Late Late Show with James Corden. 

Crooner: Earlier this month the actress, known for Descendants and The Boy Next Door, performed on The Late Late Show with James Corden

Crooner: Earlier this month the actress, known for Descendants and The Boy Next Door, performed on The Late Late Show with James Corden

 

Candace Cameron-Bure, Lacey Chabert, Kristin Chenoweth pose with Santa

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