J Steele

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A Waterford couple will become the first Michigan contestants to debut on ABC’s “The Great Christmas Light Fight” tonight!

Kevin and Tany Nagy have spent the last 10 years building and designing their display at 2651 Cherokee Hills Circle. Featuring over 60,000 color-changing pixel lights choreographed to music, the display caught the attention of the television competition in 2017. A change in production schedule pushed the couple to this season’s lineup.

My Light Show 2018 - Angels We Have Heard On High

A house with 60,000 lights controlled by 60,000 channels and sequenced using Light-O-Rama hardware and software to the song, "Angels we have heard on high" by Allison Park Worship

The Nagy family will be competing against four other homes across the country for a $50,000 cash-prize, judged by television host and producer Carter Oosterhouse, formerly of TLC’s “Trading Spaces.” The episode premieres tonight at 9pm.

More info on the house and the work put into it here.

Photo Credit: Tany Nagy (left) and her husband Kevin Nagy stand with Carter Oosterhouse, judge for “The Great Christmas Light Fight.”

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