The Braxton family is coming together for Christmas, and they plan on taking over your TV!
On Friday, Tamar Braxton is inviting her famous family to join her on The Real, the daily talk show she co-hosts with Tamera Mowry-Housley, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai and Adrienne Bailon.
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Tamar, along with her sisters, Toni, Traci, Towanda and Trina, and brother, Michael, will be performing their songs "Mary, Did You Know?" and "Under My Christmas Tree" for the first time on television. They'll also be sharing their favorite holiday traditions and discussing some of the challenges they faced while putting together the Braxton Family Christmas album.
In a teaser for the episode, Bailon introduces the musical family, saying, "It's time for the performance we promised you, they're here to get us into the holiday spirit with their album, Braxton Family Christmas!"
Toni Braxton also talks about her upcoming biopic, Toni Braxton: Unbreak My Heart, airing on Lifetime in January. The film focuses on her rise to fame, and the struggles she faced along the way.
As pics appear on the screen, the show hosts and Toni laugh over the choices of actresses that were selected to play her and her famous family.
"Have you found somebody to act like me?" Tamar jokes.
"I didn't pick you," Toni says. "I didn't pick any of the sisters."
See the trailer for the biopic below.
Back in June, ET caught up with Toni, who revealed her hit song "Unbreak My Heart" was originally meant to be sung by Celine Dion.
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"I had 'Because You Loved Me,'" Toni explained. "I heard the song. Love it. My record company said, 'It's not really time to put out a song yet between your album.' Celine had 'Unbreak My Heart' and I don't know what the situation was, but I know I got it. We kind of switched off there."
Watch the video below to hear more, and check your local listings to see where you can tune into The Real on Dec. 18 to hear the Braxton's holiday performance.