Despite Mariah's disastrous New Year's Eve performance, the show must go on; the singer is reportedly set to release new music.
Mariah Carey received a hefty payday for a performance appearance over the weekend, her first since the disastrous New Year's Eve performance during Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest.
Following Mariah Carey's less-than-stellar New Year's Eve performance, someone vandalized her Hollywood Walk Of Fame star with a question mark, TMZ reports.
Mariah Carey waited a week before saying more than "sh*t happens" following her disastrous New Year’s Eve performance. In a message to the public, posted on her Twitter account, the music Diva explained her vantage point of the situation...
Mariah Carey currently stars in the E! docu-series, Mariah's World, but that's not all she has planned for the small screen. "We have a secret project," Carey's manager, Stella Bulochnikov, revealed to ET. "We do have a scripted drama that we are developing..."
Mariah Carey may be moving on following her horrific New Year's Eve performance during "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest" in New York City, but she's making some changes.
Mariah Carey is finally speaking out following her infamous "meltdown" performance during "Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest." Since the show, the only thing that came from Carey directly was the tweet, "sh*t happens"...
It looks like Mariah Carey may have purchased some stress-reducing medicine before her infamous New Year's Eve performance debacle. According to The Daily Mail, the 47-year-old pop star and her crew was spotted visiting a marijuana dispensary called The Original Leaf in Aspen, Colorado days before the show
Mariah Carey & Her Camp Believe Dick Clark Productions Sabotaged Her NYE Performance, Company Plans Defamation Lawsuit?
So just who was to blame for Mariah Carey's tragic New Year's Eve performance? Fingers are beginning to point. Carey's camp believes Dick Clark Productions purposefully sabotaged her performance to boost ratings, according to TMZ.
By now, we all know Mariah Carey has been lip syncing her live performances, but on New Year's Eve, she was the center of a huge technical blunder. During her set on "Dick Clark's Rockin' New Year's Eve with Ryan Seacrest," Live from Times Square (NYC), things went completely haywire...