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Kim Fields Kicks Off VH1 Holiday Programming With 'Adventures In Christmasing'

Kim Fields Kicks Off VH1 Holiday Programming With 'Adventures In Christmasing' | Celebrity Page

It's a great week for TV and music. Our Sonia Isabelle is here to tell us the latest news on today's Dish.

The Great Christmas Light Fight 🎄

ABC brings back the hit competition just in time for the holidays. The Great Christmas Light Fight is all about building the greatest and brightest Christmas light display.

"It was the biggest lot that we've ever been on," Carter Oosterhouse said.

This season, families from the same state compete against each other for the $50,000 price. The Great Christmas Light Fight begins November 28th on ABC or streaming on Hulu.

Adventures In Christmasing ❄️

If you need more Christmas movies to truly feel the holiday season, VH1 has your back.

For the first time ever, the network is premiering original holiday movies such as Adventures In Christmasing, starring aKim Fields.

"It's really exciting to give everyone this adventure," Fields said.

Furthermore, Fields is deeply honored to kick things off for VH1 and make history as the first original holiday movie for the network.

"It was breathtaking quite honestly to make history with and for VH1," Fields said.

Adventures In Christmasing premieres Monday, November 29th, on VH1.

Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett ❤️

For music lovers, there's a big gift this holiday season.

Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga are reuniting on One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga. The special concert was taped at Radio City Music Hall in honor of Bennett's 95th birthday, who's currently battling Alzheimer's disease.

Gaga's band leader Brian Newman praised Bennett for having an outstanding 70-year-old career.

"It's just a tremendous honor to be on stage with him and Gaga," Newman said.

The special airs Sunday, November 28th, on CBS.

The Beatles 🎙

Finally, The Beatles are back in a Disney+ docuseries.

Oscar-winning director Peter Jackson shares more than 57 hours of never seen footage recorded in 1969 of the most famous band in the world. The Beatles: Get Back is streaming now on Disney+.

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