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All I Want For Christmas Is Tim McGraw’s Giant Tree

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By Jeff Mazzeo

Tim McGraw is “Humble And Kind” but not when it comes to his Christmas tree because the country singer proudly displayed his enormous tree and no other tree just can compare. His evergreen would not fit in most living rooms because it appears to be at least two stories tall.

McGraw shared the giant decoration to his Instagram and wrote, “finally finished!” In the caption of his post.

“It’s an all family done tree. Nieces, nephews, Aunts and uncles. Lots of love,” he continued.

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Fans Dig His Big One

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All of his fans and some of his famous friends were extremely impressed by his tree and sounded off in the comments.

Fellow country star Gavin DeGraw sent him some love and wrote, “Knocked it outta the park Tim !!! 🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄," while Rita Wilson commented, "That is breathtaking."

One fan joked with the singer and said, "You missed a spot..😂😂 Beautiful tree, I always liked the clear lights over the multicolored ones. Looks more posh."

His millions of followers also noted the ladder he left in the picture for scale. "I’m in awe of the size of that ladder 😲."

"Holy moley! Now's that's a tree!" Another excited fan said.

Gotta Have Faith

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In the McGraw household, Christmas time means that it is time to listen to Tim's wife, Faith Hill's awesome holiday song, "Where Are You Christmas?" Tim recently shared a clip from the music video to his Instagram feed and said, "I look forward to hearing this all year!!"

Marina McBride commented on the short clip and said, "My favorite!" to which Brett Favre replied, "Yep I agree w/ Martina👍👍."

The song actually has a crazy story behind it. It was written by James Horner and Will Jennings for the movie "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" in 2000. It was first performed by the actress who played Cindy Lou Who from the movie but a full-length version was recorded by Mariah Carey. It was never released due to legal reasons that stemmed from Carey's divorce from Tommy Mottola. It ended up being re-recorded and released by Faith later that year. Who knew? (Bad Whoville joke)

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