Darlene Love will sing 'Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)' on Letterman for a 29th time, and that’s it
Darlene Love will sing "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” on Letterman for a 29th time, and that’s it
Love, who has been singing the Christmas classic every year on Letterman’s "Late Night" and "The Late Show" since 1986, says she will retire the holiday tradition after this year, opting not to continue it on another late-night show. "They never told me not to, but it was an unspoken thing. They couldn't ask me not to sing 'Christmas (Baby)' on another show, but after 10 years, then 15 years, of doing this one song on this one show, I felt I had an obligation to be true to them," she tells Billboard. PLUS: Watch Love sing “Christmas” in 1986 and in 2013.
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