A private concert with Mariah Carey? Yes, please.
“As far as vocals, are there going to be any kind of back-up tracks?” the reporter asked. “I know with some spectacles here in Vegas that’s just required because there’s so much going on onstage.”
Carey then defended her performances saying, “I mean, I have so many overlapping parts and background vocalists and background things that there’s always some confusion in something about it. But I mean, like, if there’s any confusion, they’re welcome to come to my house and sing in the shower with me. It’s not a problem.”
The singer just dropped her single “Infinity” off her greatest-hits compilation, Mariah Carey #1 to Infinity, with the album itself scheduled to be released on May 18. Her Vegas show will feature all 18 of her No. 1 hits, including “Always Be My Baby” and “Vision of Love,” and it kicks off May 6.