Tim McGraw gives military family a home
Tim McGraw gives a mortgage-free home to one US military family in a forthcoming episode of reality show Cake Boss.
The country music singer gave back to men and women serving his country in the Armed Forces throughout his 2012 tour.
On every stop, Tim gifted a mortgage-free home to one military family.
The singer teamed up with Operation Homefront for the mission.
As Us Weekly reports, cameras followed him on one stop in New Jersey.
The 45-year-old star is seen delivering an inspiring speech to a crowd on a forthcoming episode of Cake Boss, about a local bakery owned by cake maker Buddy Valastro.
“We've been doing some pretty cool things this summer. Our veterans and our wounded warriors give so much to our country. They do so much for us,” he said.
Tim introduced Buddy, who came on stage with a cake in the shape of a two-story home.
The singer explained the confection was much more than it seemed.
"This is not just a cake. This represents a real house that you guys are going to get,” Tim revealed.
The home was gifted by the singer to Marine Chris Chaput and his wife, Roseanna.
Chris, who was deployed three times to Iraq and Afghanistan, was taken aback by the generous gift.
“For me, it means a lot because I couldn't provide that for my family from being injured in the war. It doesn't seem real,” he explained.
Roseanna said the couple are now looking forward to expanding their family.
"We just got married in February and we've been waiting to get a house so we could have a baby,” she said.
The episode of Cake Boss featuring Tim McGraw will air on America’s TLC network on Monday.
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