After decades of abuse, rape, domestic violence, having your earnings stolen, and being pimped out, all at the hands of one man, it is no wonder that this one hit wonder has personal health issues.

You would think the company that continues to make tens of millions of dollars annually because of her, would help her out, but nope.

Darlene Love



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Pandemic’s not stopping Christmas Queen Darlene Love
David Letterman has said it isn’t Christmas until he’s heard Darlene Love sing “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).”

Love performed her signature song on Letterman’s late-night shows for 28 years. Since Letterman retired from TV, she sings “Christmas” each year on ABC’s “The View.”

For the first time in decades, Love’s annual Christmas tour has been canceled, thanks to the pandemic. Yet the Queen of Christmas was determined to continue her Yuletide tradition by performing a virtual show, “Love for the Holidays.”

The Grammy Award winner and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer will perform such hits as “He’s a Rebel,” “(Today I Met) The Boy I’m Gonna Marry,” “Marshmallow World” and, of course, “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” from Sony Hall in New York City on Dec. 5. Her show is presented locally by the Edmonds Center for the Arts.

Now 79, Love has been touring with her Christmas show for more than 20 years. What started out as a few shows in New Jersey and New York soon expanded into a U.S. tour. She’s also toured in Europe and Australia.

“I’ve been blessed to have a few Christmas hits,” Love said. “Over the years, my fans wanted me to sing those songs when they see me perform. Most people don’t have their own Christmas songs that they’re known for, but I do.”

Even though she’s not touring, Love is still busy at Christmastime. She’s appeared on ABC’s “Good Morning America” and NBC’s “Today with Hoda & Jenna” via Zoom, not to mention all the radio shows that ask her to call in. She likes to connect with her fans over Zoom, too.

”I let my fans call me and we sit and we talk, especially the fans who are home alone,” Love said. “It really makes them happy and lifts their spirits, which is what I do when I perform for my fans.” – Source

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