Mariah Carey will headline 'Rockin' New Year's Eve' despite last year's disaster


In addition to Carey, Camila Cabello, Nick Jonas and Sugarland will perform live from Times Square in New York City during the broadcast.

Last year, the 47-year-old pop diva took the stage and she immediately realized that something was wrong with her in-ear monitor and it ruined her performance of her 1991 hit song "Emotions". In addition to performing her annual Christmas tour, Carey's famous single "All I Want For Christmas Is You" has been played more than 100 million times this month alone, according to Forbes.

Additionally, Carey made the announcement on Twitter, and jokingly posted: "Take 2".

We must give credit where it's due, though, because she is not going down without a fight.

The news comes from a joint press released to the Associative Press.

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For those who didn't get to witness Carey's performance a year ago, suffice it to say that it was marked with technical difficulties.

R&B star Tank could barely contain himself when he found out Mariah Carey is looking for a little New Year's Eve redemption.

Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2018 marks the 46th anniversary of America's largest celebration of the year and will include five and half hours of special performances and reports on New Year's celebrations from around the globe. The production company denied the claims and reiterated that Carey's performance was troubled because she didn't properly rehearse. Stella Bulochnikov, her manager at the time, accused the show of sabotaging the performance "to get ratings".

She is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, and actress. Sure, it might be amusing to watch something fall apart in front of your very eyes, but deep down inside you're still wanting to see them bounce back fully. This year, the production will be more bombastic and grand, complete with a full band and dancers, much more in line with her Las Vegas shows.

Are you excited for this year's Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve show?