Jo Dee Messina Plans New Song, TV Appearances and Christmas Show

Jo Dee Messina will be releasing a new single early next year but you can catch her all over TV before then and playing a special show in Nashville for Christmas.

She will be featured in an upcoming episode of HGTV's "Celebrity Holiday Homes" airing Sunday, December 18 at 8pm ET/PT. Also featured on the episode are actors Wayne Brady and Alison Sweeney. Designer Matthew Haly transformed Messina's Nashville home with embellished natural materials, such as wood, tree branches and berries.

"It was amazing to have HGTV come in the house to decorate," Messina explains. "I guess living in my home and seeing it everyday, I overlook decorating possibilities. I was blown away by what they came and did to the house. It was just, so beautiful."

Messina will also perform her annual "Christmas In The Music Room" show Tuesday, December 20 at Nashville's Opryland Hotel, where she'll celebrate the season with songs, stories and audience participation.

In other TV news, Messina will be included in an episode on this season of Bravo's wildly-popular series "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." Cameras captured the country songstress during a recent collaborative writing session with Atlanta cast member and former member of the platinum-selling group Xscape, Kandi Burruss. Burruss won a Grammy for her work on the group TLC's mega-hit "No Scrubs."

"I loved getting to write with Kandi," shares Messina. "She's so talented. I hope we get a chance to do it again real soon."

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