As we were munching on our beans, greens, potatoes and tomatoes, the 94th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade was taking place in Midtown Manhattan.
Miss Patti Labelle blessed the event with her presence. The Grammy award-winning vocalist sang an uplifting version of her 2007 track, “It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year,” in front of Macy’s flagship store in Herald Square, bringing authentic cheer to a virtual holiday season.
She gave legendary runs from an elevated platform as dancers trotted around her and onlookers strained to catch a glimpse of her greatness through the social distancing barriers.
But those who were taking in the moment from the comfort of their own homes, missed out on the diva’s vocals because the production allowed commentators to speak over her singing. Excuse, us?
As she continued performing, some of the hosts began announcing that actor Matthew Morrison was about to appear in the parade as the Grinch.
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