LeToya Luckett’s new music video for her single, ‘Love On Christmas,’ is everything you need to get warm and cuddly with the family this holiday. The video, which features LeToya’s baby girl, Gianna, and the singer’s stepdaughter, Madison, captures the essence of the holidays.
LeToya kicks things off in her music video by showing her daughters bonding near the Christmas tree. The shot then goes to the kitchen where all members of the family, including LeToya’s mom, prepare a batch of cookies for Santa. Luckett starts singing the lyrics of her song while in the living area with her husband, Tommicus Walker.
“Just in time for Christmas,” LeToya said of her new music video. “Love this video,” one Instagram fan wrote in response to seeing a snippet of the production. “Beautiful,” another social media follower concluded.
LeToya Luckett and Tommicus Walker celebrated two years of marriage this year. LeToya recently got real about marriage during an exclusive interview with Necole.
“Marriage isn’t a sprint, it’s a marathon and it’s a lifetime. You’re getting to know this person, you’re getting to know yourself in different lights,” the recording artist said. “I came into the marriage trying to be superwoman, I had to do all the right ‘wife’ things.”
“I learned quickly I can’t do that because I’m not a superhero. I am flawed and I had super high expectations of him and myself. You have to take this thing day by day.”
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EXPECTATIONS can ruin relationships. Now don’t get me wrong … respect is to be expected at ALL TIMES, but expecting someone to react or handle situations the way you would, in most cases you will end up disappointed. Are my relationships perfect? Absolutely not, but even when me & my girls have our disagreements, I’m able to discover the beauty in our differences. I love learning & loving my friends. Check out the rest of my convo with my girls @eudoxie & @kerihilson by CLICKING THE LINK IN my bio & give me your thoughts #IfNotForMyGirls @essence @cocacola . . . . Ex·pec·ta·tion /ˌekspekˈtāSH(ə)n/ Learn to pronounce noun plural noun: expectations a strong belief that something will happen or be the case in the future. "reality had not lived up to expectations" a belief that someone will or should achieve something. "students had high expectations for their future"
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