"American Idol" alum Brooke White added to NBC's “Christmas in Rockefeller Center”

Portrait of Idol alumn Brooke White sitting in a field

Listen up “Idol” fans: NBC is about to make you have an even merrier little Christmas with the latest addition to their “Christmas in Rockefeller Center” lineup. The NBC special, which is airing tonight at 7pm, will now feature the vocal talents of “Idol” alum Brooke White.

In addition to her performance tonight during the ceremony, White also has a new CD debuting called “White Christmas”. It is likely that White will perform one of the singles off her new album within the first hour of tonight's special. The CD includes a cover of “Wonderful Christmastime” by Paul McCartney, which will certainly get people in the holiday mood if she chooses to sing it to serenade the shivering crowd with.

Christmas Tree lit up in Rockefeller Center


A star studded list of performers will be there for the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony in New York City. The show, hosted by loveable weatherman Al Roker and NBC journalist Savannah Guthrie, will feature performances from Victoria Justice, Rod Stewart, Trace Adkins, Tony Bennett and Il Volo. Also, if “Idol” fans are not pleased enough, keep an eye out for Mariah Carey and season 10 winner Scotty McCreery among the special guests of the evening.


If you are hankering for a night of music and festivities, tune in to NBC tonight to watch White perform at the 80th annual celebration which will light up the beautiful 80 year old tree in New York City. It’s time to rock out in Rockefeller center!

- Al Roker
- Mariah Carey
- Brooke White
- Savannah Guthrie
- American Idol
- Christmas In Rockefeller Center

Written by: harrisr
Nov 28th, 2012, 5:13 am

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