Mariah Carey back to Times Square New Year's after debacle

Jay Jacobs
December 24, 2017

The pop diva confirmed that she will return to Times Square in NY to ring in 2018, a year after she was humiliated by technical issues at the annual televised ball-drop. The performance went viral for all the wrong reasons, and it created a lot of dram between Carey and New Year's Rockin' Eve producers.

Mariah Carey is set to headline ABC's annual "Dick Clark's Rockin' New Year's Eve" performance on December 31, despite having bombed the prior year's performance. She was visibly upset and at points stopped singing, despite a pre-recorded track playing in the background.

But both sides have kissed and made up.

The song "We Belong Together" seemed to face the same issues which led to Carey walking off stage.

Carey and her team would later blast ABC producers for sabotaging her performance and vowed to never perform on the program ever again.

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The 47-year-old entertainer suffered a major technical malfunction and was accused of lip-syncing during her performance on ABC's New Year's Rockin' Eve last year.

In response, they claimed that Carey hadn't put enough time into rehearsing her set and saying that she showed up unprepared for her performance that evening. "See you in Times Square!" said Carey in a statement. Have a happy and healthy new year everybody!

In a statement on November 4, Bulochnikov said: "After working together for nearly three years, Mariah Carey and Stella Bulochnikov have determined that it is in their mutual best interest to part ways on day-to-day management".

The latest New Year's Eve celebration will also feature pop singer Nick Jonas and the former Fifth Harmony vocalist Camila Cabello, whose debut solo album is one of the most anticipated releases of early 2018.

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