On the CMA Country Christmas, one young fan was left speechless when she got to meet country music star Brett Eldredge through the Make-a-Wish foundation. Brittany along with Connor and Jade were the three lucky kids who all made a wish to attend the CMA Awards. Eldredge greeted the kids and took them on a tour. “Good to see y’all. I’m your tour guide,” he told them.
These Make-a-Wish kids also got to meet Karen Fairchild and Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town and they got to check out the CMA Award hall, just before Brett gave them their very own concert. Singing them “Wanna Be That Song,” the kids smiled while family and friends looked on.
Brett Eldredge and other country music stars got into the holiday spirit by singing Christmas songs at this year’s CMA Country Christmas, but the best part was when they got to help a few kids’ wishes come true.
For every letter to Santa dropped off at Macy’s “Believe” stations nationwide or created and sent online at macys.com/believe before Dec. 24, Macy’s will donate $1, up to $1 million, to Make-a-Wish so it can make wishes come true.
CMA Country Christmas aired on ABC
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