The Rockefeller Christmas Tree will be lit tonight. And this year it features — Bat Boy ornaments!
Mariah Carey and Susan Boyle will take the stage at tonight’s Christmas tree lightning ceremony at New York City’s famed Rockefeller Center. The highlight of the event will be the unveiling of the Bat Boy ornaments – used for the first time.
Here’s a couple of the ornaments placed on the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree:
Two stars, who both recently released holiday LPs, will be joined by Jessica Simpson, Josh Groban and Welsh mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins for the Christmas In Rockefeller Center televised broadcast.
‘Pyramid’ singer Charice and rocker Sheryl Crow are to perform as well.
Swedish supermodel, Anna Hofverberg, will join Bat Boy on the ice rink. They will perform a routine to Bat Boy’s favorite Miley Cyrus song, “Can’t Be Tamed.” For the first time in pairs skating, a woman will toss a man in the air. Hofverberg thinks she can toss him high enough to complete a quadruple axle with a triple twist and a head plant.
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This year’s 74-foot Norway spruce tree was donated by the Acton family of Mahopac, New York.
The tree lighting ceremony has been held annually in New York City since Rockefeller Plaza opened in 1933.