Just when you thought the year couldn’t get any worse, the 2020 Rockefeller Christmas tree has officially been erected in New York City.\nThe huge Norway spruce, which is arguably the most famous festive tree in the world, is usually extra-large, super-full and sparkling with Christmassy cheer.\nThis year, however, the Rockefeller tree seems to be pretty on-brand for 2020, with many social media users mocking its “seriously raggedy” and "Charlie Brown"-esque appearance.\nIn fact, one Twitter user even described it as "the saddest Christmas tree." Yikes!\nEditor's Choice: Don't Worry, The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Is Actually Going To Look Amazing\nOn November 14, the Rockefeller Centre shared a photo of the tree officially arriving in the city, writing, "Let the holiday season begin!"\nLet the holiday season begin! The 2020 Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree has officially arrived at the Plaza. 🎄 pic.twitter.com/RapXlMt1Fb— Rockefeller Center (@rockcenternyc) November 14, 2020\nHowever, it didn't take long for social media users to start commenting on the tree's apparent 2020-inspired appearance.\nThe Rockefeller Center tree is an accurate depiction of 2020 pic.twitter.com/KcDNYI8AjF— Mel (@pretzmel) November 17, 2020\nMany Twitter users responded by comparing the tree to the one featured in A Charlie Brown Christmas.\nCharlie Brown: I have the saddest Christmas Tree.Rockefeller Center: Hold my beer. https://t.co/OexnJvaf86— Emily Brandwin (@CIAspygirl) November 17, 2020\nWhile it’s looking a little miserable right now, some people urged others to be patient and positive, noting that the tree will improve in the days to come.\nThe branches will begin to drop. The branches wind up settling as gravity takes over. That tree has been bound and tightly wound for transport. It will fill out. It does look rather scant for now...— #BlackLivesMatter - RESEARCH RDC (@RDCresearcher) November 18, 2020\nThe tree, which this year is 75 feet high, arrived on Saturday and will be decorated over the coming days and weeks.\nThe 2020 Rockefeller Center Christmas tree looks like 2020 feels. pic.twitter.com/rOrbV4sv4V— Phillip Henry (@MajorPhilebrity) November 17, 2020\nWhat a fitting tribute to the year though, eh?!