Homeowners Try to Out Do Each Other With Holiday Displays

People across America are putting up elaborate light displays to help spread holiday cheer.
2:55 | 12/13/15

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Test Text1 plain All across America this time of year, people are putting up elaborate holiday displaces. Now it's getting competitive. It sure is. ABC's David Wright is right there on the front lines of some of these dazzling displays. Reporter: Silent night. Maybe if there's a power outage. This year, they're decking the halls of entire neighborhoods in the great Christmas light fight like this one in celebration, Florida, 11 houses sinked up here to Michael Buble. Keep in mind, this is a Florida winter, 70-degree heat, 45% humidity, but even here, a 100% chance of a white Christmas. When that machine goes off it's a swarm. Reporter: Celebration is one of three different neighborhoods being featured Monday on ABC's third annual Christmas lights reality show. Of course, we think we have the best one. Well, I think everyone thinks they have the best one. That's true. Reporter: Three neighborhoods competing for $50,000 in prize money. In addition to celebration, there's also Hawaii and Gilbert, Arizona. That is crazy! Reporter: Suddenly it's not so surprising that Americans will spend $7 billion this year on Christmas decorations. Lucy in Brooklyn looks forward to this all year long. And she's not alone. Just ask Keith Shaw of kranberry, New Jersey, he has the biggest tree in all of the garden state. How many light bulbs? Over 47,000 on this tree. Rockefeller tree has 45,000. Reporter: That's one feature. His wall of snowflakes. And the fountain of lights. All of it time to flash in time with music. But there's one thing missing -- no Sinatra. No springs teen. For "Good morning America," David Wright, ABC news, new York. Okay, Cecilia, Sara and I argue about this all the time. I admire the creativity. I wouldn't want to live next door. You know what I look like all day long. I agree with Dan. I'm agreement with your position on the lights. Ron, I would invite you over to watch. We would sing Carols and drink hot kcocoa. There's more to come.

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