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This Is 2017's Most Popular (And Adorable!) Christmas Ad
It's not Christmas without an adorable dose of heartwarming holiday ads.
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After a holiday season filled with tear-jerking, heartwarming Christmas advertisements,one spot has claimed the title as the most popular ad of the 2017 holiday season.

Surprisingly enough, it wasn't the beloved Heathrow bears, Moz the Monster for John Lewis, or Paddington Bear's adorable Marks & Spencer ad that took the top spot. It was Kevin the Carrot, the star of Aldi's holiday commercial.

WATCH THE ADORABLE AD HERE:

A data firm called 4C Insights studied the social media posts about each ad to gauge overall public response. The company calculated the "social lift" of each advertisement, which included how frequently it was mentioned on social media in the first five minutes it aired and how often the brands were mentioned before the ads were released, House Beautiful UK reports. The experts found that the audience had the strongest reaction to Aldi's ad starring Kevin, with a life of 152 percent.

HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR FAVORITE ADS OF THE YEAR.

First up is Argos, a UK-based retail giant, that released an action-packed adventure this year: 

British supermarket chain Asda released their Christmas campaign, appropriately titled "Best Christmas Ever," starring a young girl who enters a Willy Wonka-like Christmas factory to see where Asda's speciality Christmas items are made:

Marks & Spencer tapped the beloved Paddington Bear to star in their 2017 Christmas ad. Paddington Bear saves Christmas as he stops a local burglar from stealing the town's gifts:

The Heathrow airport bears made their heartwarming comeback this year, which tells the entire tale of their love story. Grab some tissues and watch it for yourself:

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com
*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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