Producers of the popular year-end program have confirmed that Carey will ring in 2018 with a celebratory performance. Things then went downhill when Carey started performing "Emotions" and "We Belong Together", during which the pop icon couldn't hear through her in-ear monitors.
Mariah Carey's New Year's Eve performance last year didn't go well but she is back and ready for "take 2" at Dick Clark's New year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest.
Well, it looks like Carey and New Year's Rockin' Eve producers have kissed and made up - and they're looking to put last years debacle far behind them and redeem themselves this upcoming year.
During last year's event, the Hero hitmaker had a meltdown during her performance, and instead of singing, she stood motionless on the stage while speaking to the crowd about her technical difficulties.
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The show has confirmed to ABC Radio that the five-time Grammy Award victor will return to the celebration to bring in 2018.
Carey's fans were thrilled by the news, sharing their reaction on social media. One year later, it seems that Carey is out for a redo and will return to the broadcast to perform to close out the year. Sources within the network told the site that Carey would be the "featured performer" for the show.
Weeks after the tour was announced, Carey split with her controversial manager Stella Bulochnikov, a woman who was at the helm for some of the recent disasters of Carey's career, including her NYE botched performance.
The "All I Want for Christmas is You" singer joins Nick Jonas, Camila Cabello and Sugarland for the evening affair, hosted by Ryan Seacrest.