Singer Mariah Carey Shows off Her Toned Figure in Photo with Tracee Ellis Ross and 'Grown-ish' Cast
Singer-songwriter Mariah Carey took to social media recently to share photos of herself with the cast of "Black-ish" and its spinoffs, "Mixed-ish," and "Grown-ish."
In the stunning new photographs she shared on Instagram recently, Carey is seen wearing a plunging brown gown with a ruched waist, flaunting her toned figure.
"In the last five years it has become more and more difficult for Mariah to shed the pounds."
The multi-awarded artist also opted to display some skin on her bottom half. Her outfit highlighted a high slit which stretched up to her thigh, revealing her long legs.
Carey, who composed the theme song for the new series, "Mixed-ish," debuting the track titled "In The Mix," completed the skin-baring look with a pair of high heels.
The "Butterfly" singer flashed a big smile while posing along with actors Tracee Ellis Ross, Francia Raísa, Chloe and Halle Bailey.
"Embracing our ish! So proud to be a part of this amazing family," Carey captioned the Instagram post.
As of this writing, the post already amassed over 93,000 likes. The remarks section of the multi-photo upload was additionally flooded with applause from her legion of followers.
One fan wrote, "Giving us a billboard icon award loook yessssssssss."
"Eternally young and beautiful," added another.
"Why are you the most beautiful person on the planet," someone else wrote.
The star's body confidence comes after a report that she dropped 30 pounds following alleged gastric sleeve surgery, according to The Inquisitr.
"She has always struggled with her weight. In the last five years it has become more and more difficult for Mariah to shed the pounds," a source revealed.
The legendary singer "truly feels her weight loss surgery paid off because she is at her happiest when she is thin," the source added.
Carey rose to fame in the early 1990s after signing to Columbia Records and releasing her debut album, "Mariah Carey."
Referred to as the "Songbird Supreme" by the Guinness World Records, Carey is noted for her five-octave vocal range, melismatic singing style, and signature use of the whistle register.
In 2018, she revealed that she had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.