What Went Wrong With Mariah Carey's New Year's Eve Performance?
Jan 02 2017 by Kathy Alvarado
Another wrote: "I'm choosing to believe Mariah Carey's performance was an artistic reinterpretation of the 2016 Presidential election". She paced the stage and even told the audience to finish the lyrics for her.
She told the crowd, "I'm trying to be a good sport here". We're missing some of this vocal but it is what it is.
The background dancers continued to dance while Carey, frustrated by the malfunction, stopped singing.
The next song, We Belong Together, went no better.
After her botched performance, Mariah left the scene in complete meltdown mode.
A representative for Carey cited technical difficulties for her disastrous appearance, which was the subject of widespread mockery on social media. Unnamed sources speaking to TMZ claimMariah's earpiece wasn't working, making it almost impossible for her to follow her music cues amid the noise and excitement of the crowd.
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In the years to come, no doubt people will look back at 2016 with disappointment: the UK voted Brexit, Trump became the next President of the United States, and the world lost David Bowie. She was not having any of it, at all.
"I wanted a holiday too, can't I just have one?" she asked.
Yep, sometimes shit definitely happens-and we love that she didn't feel the need to apologize or say anything about "disappointing her fans". She said no more of the incident, but she admitted that she's expecting to make more headlines this year.
But after fouling up her New Year's Eve performance in front of millions on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve, the singer basically said, "Eh, what are you gonna do?"
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