Mariah Carey flaunts cleavage in low-cut printed dress in front of glittering Las Vegas skyline
The songstress just started her second residency in Las Vegas at the Colosseum inside Caesars Palace, and she’s looking amazing. Just a few months ago, Carey opened about her bipolar disorder and how she hasn’t let it stop her from success.
Mariah Carey recently celebrated her 48th birthday, but she’s looking as youthful and beautiful as ever. If something, these days her curvaceous body and long blond locks make her glow even more as she takes the stage at the Colosseum in her second Las Vegas residency.
Titled “The Butterfly Returns,” the residency started on July 5 and will run until September 10. The show, made for die-hard fans of Mariah, will have the singer performing songs from all her records except for “Charmbracelet” and “Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel.”
According to Billboard, unlike her first residency “#1 to Infinity,” which was focused on Mariah as the central figure of a highly-stylized production, “Butterfly” is made to capitalize on Mariah, the million-seller singer.
Most of the action that takes place on the stage happens behind and around Mariah, with a bunch of dancers, including her boyfriend Bryan Tanaka, taking on the hard-physical work while she focuses on belting out her high notes.
Earlier last week there was a controversy when people noticed Mariah was lip syncing to one of the tracks. However, the Saturday night function was allegedly wholly live.
Mariah goes through several outfits changes during the show, as expected by her most loyal fans, and her twins Monroe and Moroccan make an appearance on the stage.
In one of her recent posts on Instagram, Mariah showed just how happy she is by smiling brightly as she rested against a window with the Las Vegas nightlife skyline as her background. Wearing a printed green and white dress with a plunging neckline, a leather jacket, and sunglasses on her head, Mariah looked stunningly beautiful.
Just a few months ago, the “All I Want For Christmas Is You” singer confessed to People that she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder seventeen years ago, and she decided to come forward with such a personal issue to shed light on mental health disorders.
“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,” she said.
Mariah now has the condition under control thanks to her treatments and therapy, and she hopes she can help and inspire other people who have the same diagnose by proving that it doesn’t have to stop them from achieving their dreams.
“I’m hopeful we can get to a place where the stigma is lifted from people going through anything alone. It can be incredibly isolating. It does not have to define you, and I refuse to allow it to define me or control me.”