Mariah Carey shows off even slimmer curves in shimmering mini-dress in pic
Mariah Carey is back doing her residency in Las Vegas, and she made sure to flaunt her skinnier figure in a shiny mini-dress.
After announcing her Vegas residency back in April, she is back in Sin City to complete the second leg of her concert series. The 48-year-old singer made sure to announce her comeback on Instagram, posting a photo of herself standing on stage wearing a sparkling sweetheart dress. The dress, which featured slits on both thighs, showed off her hard-earned physique.
Her blonde hair flowed gracefully on her chest, and she made sure to accessorize her glamorous outfits with the most elegant diamond tennis bracelets. She was all smiles as she performed on-stage the Colosseum at Caesar's Palace.
Mariah's "The Butterfly Returns" show marks her comeback in Vegas, after her successful Caesars Palace stint from 2015 to 2017 called "#1 to Infinity". This marks her third Vegas residency given the success of each, as prior to her Infinity concert, she did a four-evening promotional residency at the Pearl Concert Theater.
Aside from Carey's concerts, she has been quite busy with her upcoming album, which she recently shared about.
"I've been working on my new album for a while. This is a labor of love and I'm really excited. This is me at this moment in my life being able to express myself as a writer and a singer. I'm just really in a good place. My fans just want to hear me express myself and speak from the heart and sing from the heart."
Although the "Always Be My Baby" singer seems to have it all figured out, she recently let her guard down and revealed that she has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. For 10 years, she was in denial about the condition, but now, she has decided to reveal a little bit more about it.
Without knowing her real condition, people have been calling her a "diva". However, after revealing that she has gone through what other people do, she became more relatable to a lot of people. After being diagnosed in 2001, she couldn't believe it.
“It was too heavy a burden to carry and I simply couldn’t do that anymore. I sought and received treatment, I put positive people around me and I got back to doing what I love — writing songs and making music.”
After decades of trying to cope with her condition, she has been doing much better, focusing on things that truly matter.