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Entertainment Watch Every 2020 CMA Country Christmas Performance

20:50  01 december  2020
20:50  01 december  2020 Source:   billboard.com

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The 11th CMA Country Christmas special aired on Monday night (Nov. 30), but for any country music fans who missed the Christmas magic, there's still time to catch every performance . Thomas Rhett and wife Lauren Akins made their hosting debut for the one-hour event, and Rhett also took the

Watch the world television premiere of Florida Georgia Line performing 'Lit This Year' from 2020 's ' CMA Country Christmas ', hosted by Thomas Rhett and Lauren Akins. See more performances and highlights on ABC.com and in the ABC app!

The 11th CMA Country Christmas special aired on Monday night (Nov. 30), but for any country music fans who missed the Christmas magic, there’s still time to catch every performance.

Thomas Rhett and wife Lauren Akins made their hosting debut for the one-hour event, and Rhett also took the stage for a cozy performance of “Christmas in the Country.” Meanwhile, 2020 CMA Awards co-host Darius Rucker enlisted violinist Lindsey Stirling for a chilling instrumental version of “What Child Is This?”

Meanwhile, winter’s chill and shimmering snowflakes showered Little Big Town for their old-time jazzy “Christmas Time is Here” performance. And Gabby Barrett’s sugar-coated vocals poured into her cover of “The First Noel,” while she cradled her baby bump in a dazzling red velvet gown with gloves.

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Watch Darius Rucker with Lindsey Stirling perform 'What Child Is This?' from 2020 's ' CMA Country Christmas ', hosted by Thomas Rhett and Lauren Akins. See more performances and highlights on ABC.com and in the ABC app!

Watch Tim McGraw perform 'It Wasn't His Child' from 2020 's ' CMA Country Christmas ', hosted by Thomas Rhett and Lauren Akins. See more performances and highlights on ABC.com and in the ABC app!

Other performers who appeared on the show include: Dan + Shay (“Christmas Isn’t Christmas”), Kelsea Ballerini (“Santa Baby”), Florida Georgia Line (“Lit This Year”), Lady A (“Wonderful Christmastime” and “Little Saint Nick”), and Tim McGraw (“It Wasn’t His Child”).

The 2020 CMA Country Christmas special is currently available for streaming On Demand and on Hulu. CMA Country Christmas is a production of the Country Music Association.

Watch all 10 performances from CMA Country Christmas below.

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