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John Rich to host Christmas special from his Nashville home

John Rich to host Christmas special from his Nashville home

HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS: John Rich will open his home for a holiday special. Photo: Associated Press

Country star John Rich has opened up his home in Nashville, Tennessee to film a Christmas TV special.

The Big & Rich star will front cable network TVGN’s “Rich at Night” when it airs on Nov. 25.

Sophie Monk will serve as co-host and Wynonna Judd, Gretchen Wilson and Kix Brooks will perform with Rich.

Announcing the special on Thursday, the country star said, “There are shows from the West Coast and shows from the East Coast, but my show is speaking to Middle America! It’s so much fun to literally go from my living room into the living rooms of people all around the country. ‘Rich at Night’ is a long-time dream come true for me, and I couldn’t be more grateful or excited.”

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