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David Letterman and Darlene Love reunite after 8 years — Watch

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Darlene Love

Darlene Love
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Even with a complete new spate of enjoyable, horny Christmas songs from pop stars like Sabrina Carpenter, Justin Bieber, and extra, typically you simply can’t beat the classics. And if the state of the world or the truth that the snow simply gained’t come has you feeling rather less than festive, this specific traditional could be the good antidote to lift your spirits.

For 28 years, the legendary Darlene Love—previously of The Blossoms—sang her vacation hit “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” on the final episode of David Letterman’s Late Show yearly. Unfortunately, this custom got here to an efficient finish in 2015 when the present went off-air. While Love has sung the tune on The View since shedding the Letterman gig, there’s nonetheless nothing fairly like getting the unique band again collectively. That’s precisely what occurred this yr, as Love reunited with Letterman and Paul Shaffer for yet one more rousing rendition of the tune. (While watching the previous pals catch up is pleasant, if you wish to skip proper to the tune, Darlene begins singing round six minutes into the video.)

Dave, Paul and Darlene Love’s “Christmas” Reunion | Letterman

Love initially sang “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” for Phil Spector’s 1963 compilation, A Christmas Gift for You From Phil Spector. It was the one authentic tune on the album—the remainder was made up of covers by teams like The Crystals and The Ronettes. Love additionally appeared just a few extra occasions on the file, belting out tunes together with “White Christmas,” “A Marshmallow World,” and “Winter Wonderland.” Since 1963, many different teams have returned the favor and lined Love’s tune, together with Mariah Carey, Michael Bublé, U2, and an expectedly mellow model by Death Cab For Cutie.

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