Dean Martin's Daughter Addresses Controversy Surrounding Song


Dean Martin's daughter has responded to the backlash surrounding her father's song "Baby, it's cold outside" stating she was shocked and her father would be going "insane" due to the backlash.

According to Fox News:

The 70-year-old appeared on “Fox & Friends” Monday and responded to the sudden outrage over the holiday melody, which her father so famously performed before his passing in 1995 at age 78.

“I was absolutely flabbergasted,” said Deana about the recent controversy. “It’s just insane. When I heard it, I said, ‘This can’t possibly be.’ You know, it’s a sweet, flirty, fun holiday song that’s been around for 40 years for my dad. He did it in ’59. But when I saw it, I tweeted, ‘I think this is crazy. What do you think?’ And then all of a sudden, it went viral.”

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Deana added her father would quickly respond to the backlash with just as much confusion.

“I know my dad would be going insane right now,” she said. “He would say, ‘What’s the matter with you? Get over it. It’s just a fun song.’ 'Cause he was so sweet anyway. … He was a great guy. Fun guy. Nice. And he wouldn’t want to do anything offensive. That wasn’t Dean Martin. So this has just been outrageous.”


Deana went on to say that she will keep the song original and has no plans to modify the lyrics.

 Source: American Update

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