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Rascal Flatts Brings Us A Home For The Holidays

2011 Country Christmas

The holidays are a time for friends and family. Rascal Flatts (and friends) recognize the importance of loved ones during the holiday season, which is why they are ringing in the holidays by taking us to “A Home For the Holidays.”

The 14th Annual “A Home For the Holidays,” an entertainment special, airing on Wednesday, December 19 from 8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT on CBS, will be hosted by best-selling country vocal group Rascal Flatts.  It will include moving performances by  Rascal Flatts, Rachel Crow (whose performance accompanies her personal story about foster care adoption), Melissa Etheridge, Matchbox Twenty and Phillip Phillips. Wayne Brady, Kevin Frazier and Jillian Michaels are set to present.

Following the success of the past 13 annual shows, the special continues to tell touching stories about adoption from foster care to raise awareness for this important social issue. The inspirational stories of these American families are enhanced with performances by some of today’s most popular artists. Some of the musical performances accompany story segments which are introduced by celebrities who have their own adoption experiences or are involved with children’s issues.  The stories highlight exceptional American children and families involved in this rewarding process.

Make sure to tune in to catch this very special holiday show!

Beyonce, Reba or X-Factor Rachel Crow?

Reba McEntire & Beyonce.

Simon Cowell’s newest singing competition the X-Factor recently made its debut in North America. Last night’s episode featured the final cuts of the boot camp, with contestants performing in front of an arena crowd and the judges to figure out who was moving on and who was going home. Much like The Voice, they revealed at the end of the episode which judge was mentoring which group of competitors.

My favorite performance of the night was young Rachel Crow, who covered Beyonce’s “If I Were A Boy.” Reba McEntire released her version as a single last year, which I liked more than the original version. So it’s time to decide… which “Boy” do you like better? Reba, Beyonce or Rachel? Watch Rachel’s below then let us know what you think.