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Country Stars Disguised Themselves As Carolers To Spread Christmas Cheer

Surprising their Nashville neighbors, two big names in country music dressed up as carolers and went door-to-door to sing Christmas songs.

Thomas Rhett and Florida Georgia Lines' Tyler Hubbard were getting into the spirit of the season when they decided to dress up alongside their wives Lauren Akin and Hayley Hubbard, as well as friends Russell and Kailey Dickerson.

The country stars lead the group by belting out lyrics from "Deck The Halls" and "White Christmas."

“We’re going to neighbors’ houses and singing Christmas carols!” Rhett said in his brief clips on Instagram. “We’re cruising around Nashville, if your house looks enticing we just might stop by.”

“Wishing you the merriest of Christmases from the #CountryCarolers ! #1stannual #thebestwaytospreadchristmascheerissingingloudforalltohear,” wrote Hayley who is expecting her first child with Tyler next year.

“The #CountryCarolers. Coming this Christmas to a Nashville neighborhood near you #thebestwaytospreadchristmascheerissingingloudforalltohear #itsthemostwonderfultimeoftheyear,” Lauren wrote along with the same picture.

But they didn't leave their mission of spreading holiday cheer there.

The group of singers then crashed fellow country star RaeLynn's holiday party that was going on nearby.

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“The Official party crashers. Swipe to see the most EPIC Christmas Caroling from some of my favorite humans. Thank God for security cameras,” the voice coach captioned fun photo booth stills.

Her Instagram post included a the group singing on her porch through the security camera.

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