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Mariah Carey Expresses Her Sadness at Having to Cancel Hawaii Concert Amid Global Coronavirus Crisis

Afouda Fortune
Mar 07, 2020
09:30 P.M.
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Mariah Carey has joined the list of artists who have called off tour stops amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

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Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, more and more artists have called off their upcoming tours, and Mariah Carey isn't left out.

Singer Mariah Carey makes an appearance on MTV's Total Request Live at MTV Studios April 12, 2006 | Photo: Getty Images

Singer Mariah Carey makes an appearance on MTV's Total Request Live at MTV Studios April 12, 2006 | Photo: Getty Images

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Mariah was over the moon when her 8-year-old daughter, Monroe Cannon, seemingly hit a high note in a TikTok video.

People reported that the vocal powerhouse recently informed her fans that her scheduled performance in Honolulu, which was slated for Tuesday, March 10, would be postponed eight months.

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The "Always Be My Baby" crooner shared a post that came with a throwback image of her performing and the statement that she was "so sad" that she was postponing her show.

The mother-of-two explained that while she was excited to return to Hawaii, she was more concerned about "evolving international travel restrictions force us to consider everyone's safety and well being."

The songstress added that she couldn't wait to perform her greatest hits at the show which was now slated to happen in November. Mariah also stated that she would be performing her hit holiday track, "All I Want for Christmas Is You."

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The "Christmas" song, which turned twenty-five in 2019, has become a classic hit for many households.

Although the song has enjoyed tremendous success, Mariah admitted that she never expected it to do as well as it has done for the last two-and-a-half decades.

According to Daily Mail, the record producer stated that she didn't expect the song to become No. 1 on the Billboard two weeks before Christmas.

Mariah Carey attends Nickelodeon's 2018 Kids' Choice Awards at The Forum on March 24, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images

Mariah Carey attends Nickelodeon's 2018 Kids' Choice Awards at The Forum on March 24, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images

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The track's success of hitting the top spot on the charts, made it Mariah's first Billboard number one since she released "Touch My Body" in 2008. The singer has remained grateful to her fans for their support and love for her songs.

In addition to that milestone, Mariah was over the moon when her 8-year-old daughter, Monroe Cannon, seemingly hit a high note in a TikTok video.

According to People, the singer had shared the clip across her Twitter platform with the caption, "When your daughter wants to do a #highnotechallenge."

Mariah shares her two children, Monroe and Moroccan Scott with her ex-husband, Nick Cannon.

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