There's nothing like a little sibling rivalry, especially during the holidays.
Jeff Kolde is competing with his younger brother Brian to see who has created the best holiday lights display, reports The Press-Enterprise.
Each have decked out their Riverside, California homes in over-the-top lights and electronics set to music to see which is the King of Christmas. The eldest Kolde currently has his lights synced to a techno version of "Jingle Bells," which we have to admit sounds amazing, while the younger brother chose The Black Eyed Peas “I’ve Got A Feeling," to welcome carolers, which is leading the race.
Jeff Kolde writes on his website that in addition to the 45,000 red, green and white lights on his house, there are 10 mini trees. He also syncs his light display to “God Bless The USA” to honor the troops. And they follow one rule of thumb: "if it's not visible from space, you don't have enough lights."
Kolde has created the display for over five years and it just keeps getting bigger and brighter. Last year there was a mere 37,000 lights.
Watch Jeff’s display above and head over to his website to see both videos -- just be sure to vote and let these brothers know who is the merriest of them all.
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