Already warned Mariah Carey that would plant in the 12. So that even though the last day march 27 it was his 50th birthday the artist just blew 12 candles, doing honor to the hashtag he posted, #eternally12 (forever 12).
The singer wanted to share with his fans pictures of the celebration of his round birthday. Mariah Carey explains that he spent that special day at home with your family. Of course, not without their children twins, Moroccan and Monroethat April 30 will meet 9 years. The singer has shared some images of the celebration.
All are wearing party hats, even though with looks very di
stintos. The birthday girl is dressed for the occasion in doing honor to their eye-catching, tight and bright outfits and chose a gown very bra with transparencies and sequins black.
The small Morocco he preferred to stay in her pajamas and her sister Monroe he put on a t-shirt with a picture of Mariah Carey, as a tribute to his mother. In the pictures you can see the performer blowing out the candles on his birthday cake, which is chocolate.
Two days after celebrating his birthday, Mariah Carey participated from his home in a benefit concert to support the sick and health that are fighting against the coronavirus
Two days after celebrating his birthday, the interpreter of the famous All I nedd for Chritsmas is you he participated in a concert The iHeart Living Room Concert for Americafor the benefit of people affected by the crisis coronavirus and he shared a video recorded in the studio of his house in which he performs Always Be My Baby. Carey is joined by artists such as Billie Eilish, Alicia Keys, Dave or Elton John (who conceived the idea of the call to meeting), in a concert that is transmitted by the channel Fox and the radio stations of iHeartMedia.
Carey, like the other artists, who, like her, are confined, invited in the text that accompanies the video to support two charities to help victims and health during the pandemic: Feeding America, and First Responders Children’s Foundation. “Sending love to all the heroes local health workers and all who are in the front line in the fight against this pandemic. I hope that we have brought a little happiness to your day,” the artist writes.
Which for many is one of the best voices in the history of the music is locked away in his mansion in Beverly Hills because in the State of California have already taken the appropriate measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. For the artist, born in Huntington, New York, this is your second confinementsince the beginning of the nineties, Mariah had to make a quarantine to make sure they had not contracted the aids because her sister Alison, who is a prostitute and, apparently, practically live in indigence, he had been sick from the HIV virus.