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Trisha Yearwood and Amy Grant stood ready to face off for the lighthearted competition. “We’re going to put two minutes on the clock and we’re going to just see what happens,” Yearwood declared, setting the stage for the friendly yet competitive contest.
The women were given bags filled with vibrant frosting, colorful sprinkles, and edible candies to deck out their cookies. As the clock ticked down, they shared laughs and enjoyed embellishing their Christmas-themed treats together.
They got down to business and amid all the fun, Grant exclaimed with a chuckle, “Well, I’m definitely getting frosting all over me.”
Watch below to see how their cookies turned out!
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Every year, CMA Country Christmas kicks off the holiday vibes with a night full of classic festive tunes and musical performances. This merry celebration goes down in Nashville, Tennessee, and you can catch it on the ABC Television Network during the holiday season.
This extravagant holiday celebration is returning for its 14th year of joyous musical entertainment! The collaborative efforts of Executive Producer Robert Deaton, Director Milton Sneed, and Writer Jon Macks are once again at the helm of this annual holiday extravaganza. Joining forces to bring the holiday cheer, Amy Grant and Trisha Yearwood are set to co-host this year’s broadcast. Yearwood previously hosted in 2019, while this will be Grant’s first year at the helm.
This year’s CMA Country Christmas special will air on Thursday, December 14 on ABC. The program will be available to stream the following day on Hulu and Disney+.
This year’s exciting lineup features an array of incredible singers including:
The War and Treaty
In the meantime, celebrate the holiday season with the official CMA Country Christmas playlist including Amy Grant’s “Grown Up Christmas List.”