Get ready for the new Christmas Queen!
Just a few months after starring in a Hallmark Movies & Mysteries film Groundswella player Lacey Chabert it is teasing another channel function – it’s time for a Hallmark Christmas movie. He is 40 years old Girls are mean alum revealed details about the new film, Get rid of Hollyin an Instagram post on November 5.
“Meet the neighbors of Evergreen Lane in just three weeks!” Lacey wrote a picture of the movie with another actor Wes Brown. “I hope ‘Haul Out The Holly’ brings you some holiday cheer!🎄🎅🏻🎄 🎅🏻 11/26 on @hallmarkchannel.”
Needless to say, Hallmark fans received Lacey’s news with joy, flooding the lyrics with messages of support for the actress. “You are my favorite Hallmark female lead! Can’t wait to see this! 😁” one person wrote. “I always look forward to watching your Christmas movies every year!” one added. “Queen of Christmas ❤️,” a different follower said – a comment Lacey herself was sure to love.
Yes, until now, there was one actress who always took the title of “Queen of Christmas” on the Hallmark Channel: Candace Cameron Bure, who starred in more than 30 Christmas movies in his 10 years with the network. Earlier this spring, the Fuller House actor announced that he was ending his long relationship with the Hallmark Channel to join Great American Country Media (GAC).
Although Candace will still be starring in many Christmas movies at GAC, it looks like fans are excited to dress up Lacey as a newbie. Hallmark The Queen of Christmas. But as people know, the name was also shared by musicians who did Darlene Love, Dolly Parton, Mariah Carey and others.
About Get rid of HollyLacey stars as Emily, who “unexpectedly spends the holidays alone at her parents’ house” as “their HOA insists that she participate in many of its Christmas parties.” Along with Lacey and Wes, the film also features Stephen Tobolowsky, Melissa Peterman and Ellen Travolta.
We will definitely be watching a Hallmark Christmas movie every now and then!
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