A number of star singers will perform on the TV special A Home for the Holidays With Josh Groban. In addition to Groban, Kelly Clarkson, Kacey Musgraves, and Kane Brown will also perform to raise awareness about adoption and foster care. The special is presented in association with the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption and the Children’s Action Network, an organization founded by the late Wendy’s founder Dave Thomas who was adopted. Kane Brown will sing his hit song “Heaven.” The 23-year-old country singer recently said the ballad (written by Lindsay Rimes, Matthew John McGinn, and Shy Carter) “really made me think about my fiancee,” he adds. “So I was like, ‘There’s got to be other people that can relate to this song.'”
In April, Kane Brown announced that he popped the question to a young woman named Katelyn Jae. Brown says of Jae, “this girl puts the light back in my life” and describes her as “a sweet girl from Philadelphia.” They were dating for about eight months before he proposed. He said he used to get lonely being on the road but “whenever she’s out with me, I just have a good time…I’m never depressed when she’s around me.” A Home for the Holidays with Josh Groban airs Tuesday, December 19 at 8pm on CBS.