John Legend and Kelly Clarkson have released their updated take on the controversial holiday classic, “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” — to mixed reactions, according to People magazine.

Legend announced last month that he and Clarkson would not only be covering the popular song for his upcoming Christmas album, “A Legendary Christmas,” but that they intended to rewrite some of the lyrics, the Deseret News reported.

“Baby, It’s Cold Outside” was at the center of controversy last year, with some listeners finding the lyrics of the 1944 song problematic in the current #MeToo era, according to the Deseret News.

In Legend and Clarkson’s version, these controversial lyrics have been rewritten. For instance, critics of the original version contend that it is not supportive of consent, with the male singer encouraging the woman to stay, even after she tells him, “the answer is no,” according to CNN.

But in this updated version, Clarkson sings, “I’ve got to go away,” and Legend responds, “I can call you a ride,” according to CNN.

Legend seemed to anticipate some pushback to the updated song. When he tweeted a link to the song on Friday, he wrote, “A welcome update or ‘PC Culture run amok & destroying everything great in the history of music?’ You decide.”

The daughter of the late Dean Martin (who famously covered “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” in 1959) is among those who have spoken out against the rewritten lyrics.

“I think that John should’ve just left it alone,” Deana Martin said in a recent interview, according to People.

“He’s stealing the thunder from Frank Loesser’s song and from my dad,” Deana Martin added, according to People. “He should write his own song if he doesn’t like this one, but don’t change the lyrics. It’s a classic, perfect song.”