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PHOTO: Britney Spears Has a Massive Christmas Tree in her Home

PHOTO: Britney Spears Has a Massive Christmas Tree in her Home

When it comes to large, well-decorated Christmas trees, most people probably think of the one that annually sits outside of Rockefeller Center in New York City.

But this year, that tree is getting a run for its money from none other than pop sensation Britney Spears.

On Thursday night, the 36-year-old (who happens to have a birthday today!) tweeted a photo of the gigantic tree in her living room:

Not only does the ~5,000-ft tree (rough estimate) dwarf everything else in the room, all those lights could blind a person. Not to mention the fact that she appears to have surrounded the tree with reindeer. Truly epic.

That child-size recliner might fool the eye into making the tree look even larger than it really is. But still. It's humongous.

Spears' Twitter followers were mightily impressed by the tree:

And, let's be honest, everyone was a little bit envious too:

While it's unclear if Spears decorated the tree herself, or if she had some help (possibly from a team of elves), the results are on point. If the tree truly is Spears' doing, it wouldn't be that surprising, especially considering her knack for artistic expression.

Some will remember back in October when a video of Spears painting some whimsical flowers went viral:

That painting then went on to fetch $10,000 to benefit Vegas Cares, which is planning a memorial art piece to commemorate the victims of the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas.

And who dropped that kind of cash for a Spears original? The buyer was Robin Leach, the voice of the popular British show Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, which makes complete sense:

Spears definitely falls into the category of "rich and famous," and her tree seems to be just about the right size for her level of celebrity.

So, thank you to Spears for making all of our holidays much, much brighter:

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H/T: Twitter, Good Housekeeping, Vanity Fair