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Blake Shelton's Not So Family Christmas (2012)

Blake Shelton hosts his first Christmas special, a star-studded event including both music and comedy.

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Herself
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Herself
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Herself (as Reba)
Dorothy Shackleford ...
Herself
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Herself
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Himself (voice)
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Himself
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Teacher
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Young Father
Jessica Bassuk
Ben Belack ...
Guy Proposing
Rigel Blue
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Kindergarten Kid #2
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Blake Shelton hosts his first Christmas special, a star-studded event including both music and comedy.

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3 December 2012 (USA)  »

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Connections

Featured in Chelsea Lately: Episode #6.197 (2013) See more »

Soundtracks

Time for Me to Come Home
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Written and performed by Blake Shelton and Dorothy Shackleford
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Better Than The Fiscal Cliff Talks
21 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a pleasant excursion into Country Holiday music with Blake and some friends who just happen to be famous country singers. While it is not must see TV, for fans of Blake, Miranda Lambert, Kelly Clarkson, and Reba McIntyre this is a nice pleasant hour.

While it does not break any new ground, there are worse ways to spend an hour. The is some comedy and some banter among these folks that brings them a little closer to be more human rather than being out of touch with the people who are their fans.

This is a country celebrity Christmas for the current Country fans which can appeal to the non-country folks too as the cast is all in good voice and spirits while being backed up by some top notch musicians. The title is correct as it takes a bunch of folks who are not family and makes them all seem like they are family.

Come on in, sit a spell, take your shoes off.


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