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Darlene Love, best known for her hit “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home),” which is unhappy with NBC’s “Christmas in Rockefeller Center” special, which aired on Wednesday.
The singer has put the producers of the annual tree lighting ceremony at the blast, after being invited to be in the future.
“Once again I have been snubbed by Brad Lachman Productions with the production of the Rockefeller Christmas Tree lighting ceremony, and instead, they can book with a different artist to perform my song “Christmas, Baby Please Come Home’ every year,” Love, 78, said on Facebook. “Such an insult and let down.”
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Love said that she was working on for a long time to secure its place in the annual garden.
“She’s this young artist who can’t even hit the notes properly, and is off-key,” she said. “Do NOT make sense!! That’s my issue, and I’m still alive. Show me some more! their respect for him. My publisher has been around for more than 10 years, and finally, this experience for me, and they continue to say that I’m not in their demo or not, and you just want the book to me as Bette Midler and Bruce Springsteen would have to do with me.”
This year, for the Love of fame performed by the “Pitch Perfect” star Skylar Astin and “Glee” alum Alex Newell. The two are set to co-star in “Zoey’s Exceptional Playlist for the SHOW.
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“This is so unfair sometimes,” Love continued. “Don’t get me wrong, I am TRULY blessed for what I have done, the 78-year-old, but it’s still a constant struggle to stay relevant, and to encourage those who are in control of the industry, but I’m worth it.”
The outside of her Christmas music, and Love, has been released by the jazz, rock, and pop albums as well as appeared as Trisha Murtaugh in the “Lethal Weapon” franchise, and a couple of times at Work. Most recently, she has starred in the Netflix original movie “Holiday Rush.”
Released in 1963, “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” has been certified gold. Love to run every year on David Letterman’s late-night talk show from 1986 to 2014.
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NBC had no comment when reached by Fox News, and Brad Lachman Productions, the special, did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.