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Lance Bass Is Hosting HGTV Holiday Special Outrageous to Kick Off the Season

The former *NSYNC member is welcoming the merriest time of the year.

HGTV "Outrageous Holiday Houses" Christmas Special with Lance Bass
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  • *NSYNC singer Lance Bass is hosting HGTV's holiday special, Outrageous Holiday Houses, premiering on Thanksgiving Day, November 28 at 11 p.m. EST.
  • The special will highlight spectacular holiday displays, including the Los Angeles home of The Property Brothers' Drew Scott and Linda Phan.
  • Bass will take viewers on a North America tour, from Texas to Alaska to Toronto.

    HGTV is redefining crossovers: From A Very Brady Renovation to Rock the Block to White House Christmas, actors and talented home renovators alike are collaborating on exciting projects. Now, you can add *NSYNC singer Lance Bass to the list with his upcoming Christmas special, Outrageous Holiday Houses.

    “HGTV is stepping into Christmas with some of the most outrageous displays you’ve ever seen,” Bass said in a press release. “We’re going to meet the most dedicated and obsessed Christmas fans around. As a huge Christmas fan, I am excited to host this show!”

    Premiering on Thanksgiving Day, November 28 at 11 p.m. EST, the former boy band member will take viewers on a whirlwind tour of North America’s most spectacular holiday displays. To kick off the merriest time of the year, he’ll head over to Los Angeles to visit The Property Brothers star Drew Scott and his wife, Linda Phan—both Christmas enthusiasts.

    Fans will see the couple transform their historic home into a whimsical gingerbread house bakery, complete with a toy conveyor belt, and handmade candy decorations adorning the exterior. If this doesn’t make you excited for Christmas, we’re not sure what will, especially considering last year's stunning holiday décor.

    Bass will also spotlight festive destinations like a Christmas Candyland come to life in Dallas, a farm receiving hundreds of letters to Santa in Bernville, a custom-built Santa train in Phoenix, and an elves' playground in Toronto, Canada. And of course, the host will feature signature Christmas spots to Santa Claus, Indiana, and North Pole, Alaska.

    “Stringing the lights and trimming the tree is a favorite tradition for many families, but there are some who take it to an entirely new level,” added HGTV President Jane Latman in the press release. “HGTV set out to find the most incredible, over-the-top holiday displays in Outrageous Holiday Houses and, with Lance’s help, we did.”

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