Rockefeller Christmas Tree Finally Gets the Glow Up It Deserves

2020 has been a disappointing 12 months to say the least. So a lot so, the thrill for Christmas—or extra precisely, the top of the 12 months—was palpable. 

However, folks’s pleasure was noticeably dampened once they noticed the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree arrive from Oneonta, New York on Nov. 14. The Norway spruce, which is meant to embody the spirit of the vacation, seemed higher suited to a Nightmare Before Christmas.

As one Instagram person put it, “This tree looks like 2020.” Another particular person was extra sort and described the tree as merely being “skimpy,” a far nicer strategy to say that it seemed just like the houseplants all of us stress purchased this spring. 

And seeing because the tree took an estimated 80 years to develop to its 75 foot peak, there was little hope that it would change into fuller in a single day. 

Yet, the group on the Rockefeller Center managed to drag it off, and albeit, this tree had a significant glow-up with the assistance of some tremendous glue and Swarovski crystals.