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On the talk show “Pickler & Ben,” Faith Hill typically takes a behind-the-scenes role as an executive producer. But on Nov. 20, Faith and hubby Tim McGraw were in front of the camera, sitting in for the whole hour as guests of hosts Kellie Pickler and Ben Aaron.

The couple gamely joined the hosts in donning ugly Christmas sweaters. Tim’s featured an image of the Abominable Snowman with the words “Yeti To Party!” Faith’s hideous top had half of a stuffed reindeer sewn onto the front, and the other half sticking out the back! At one point, Faith clutched the front and quipped, “So this is what it feels like to have boobs,” as Tim fell over on the couch laughing. “I wouldn’t know,” she added.

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They then formed boys vs. girls teams for a hilarious battle of the sexes game of Holiday Pictionary. That involved one person drawing out clues such as eggnog, the Grinch, North Pole and 12 days of Christmas while the rest of the players tried to guess what they were sketching.

Check out the video to see which team emerges victorious.

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And speaking of competitions, Faith and Tim are up for three joint nominations in this year’s Rare Country Awards: Tour of the Year, Story of the Year and Duet of the Year. Faith also earned an additional nomination for Female Artist of the Year. It’s up to you to decide the winners. Vote now through Dec. 13 at RareCountryAwards.com. Winners will be revealed during a livestreamed concert event on Dec. 14 in Nashville. Voting gives you a chance to enter to win a trip to be there in person.

Phyllis Stark is a Nashville-based entertainment journalist who has been reporting extensively on country music (and loving every moment of it) for more than two decades.
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