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Entertainment Darlene Love Slams 'Christmas in Rockefeller Center' Producers for Snubbing Her

23:25  05 december  2019
23:25  05 december  2019 Source:   hollywoodreporter.com

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Each year, the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree continues to be a symbol of hope, and inspired the children’s book, “The Carpenter’s Gift,” written by David Rubel and Two trees were erected at Rockefeller Center and a skating pageant was held at the newly-opened ice skating rink on the plaza.

The spruce arrived at Rockefeller Center on Nov. Christmas trees have stood at Rockefeller Center for 87 years. The first one was about 20 feet tall. The year she had started buying lottery tickets. The year her father finally told her he loved her.

Darlene Love took to Facebook to share her frustrations with NBC's annually televised tree lighting ceremony, Christmas in Rockefeller Center, which aired Wednesday night. According to the 78-year-old singer, the producers of the show, Brad Lachman Productions, continuously ask other artists to perform her 1963 holiday tune "Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)" and never her.

Darlene Love wearing a white shirt © Taylor Hill/FilmMagic

"Such an insult and let down!" Love wrote on Facebook."They book these young artists who can’t even hit the notes properly and are off key. Makes NO sense!! That’s my song and I’m still alive. Show me some respect!"

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This year, Skylar Astin, 32, and Alex Newell, 27, sang Love's song. The actors are set to co-star on NBC's upcoming series Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist.

In her Facebook post, Love said that despite her publicist trying to score a booking for years, producers have told the entertainer that she is "not their demo or big enough" to appear at the tree lighting ceremony. Love added that producers have previously said they might consider involving her if she performed her Christmas track with another artist like Bette Midler or Bruce Springsteen. However, Love wrote that she "would never ask my friends to do that."

Love also went on to say that the entertainment industry "can be so unfair at times." She elaborated, "Don’t get me wrong, I’m TRULY blessed for what I have accomplished at 78 years of age but it’s still a constant struggle to stay relevant and convince those who control the industry that I’m worth it."

Darlene Love Slams 'Christmas in Rockefeller Center' Producers for Snubbing Her

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A cherished tradition for over seven decades, marking the arrival of the holiday season with a dazzling display of musical talent, celebrity surprises and the lighting of the world's most famous Christmas tree. The biggest stars in music, movies and television join the celebration each year, as thousands of

The world-famous Rockefeller Center Christmas tree that rolled into town Saturday was destined for greatness. The complex’s head gardener says he spotted the now 72-foot-tall Norway Spruce on a trip It’s not yet Halloween but the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree has been chosen.

Though "Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)" was released in 1963, Love sang it on The Late Show with David Letterman in 1986, and made it a tradition to sing it on Letterman's show each holiday season until 2014 when Stephen Colbert took over. Since then, Love has frequently performed the song on The View. She is slated to make her next appearance on the daytime talker Dec. 20.

The Hollywood Reporter has reached out to Brad Lachman Productions and NBC for comment.

Read Love's entire Facebook post here.

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