Everybody know that Mariah Carey She is the Queen of Christmas and as that time of year approaches, Carey is gearing up for the festivities.
Carey has twin sons, Monroe and Moroccan, with whom she brings the holidays. But this year, seeing as if her ex-husband and father of her children, Nick cannon, has welcomed four new children with three different women, fans want to know if Carey would allow the other children to get involved.
Carey was speaking to “Entertainment Tonight” when they asked if her “stepchildren” would celebrate Christmas the Mariah Carey way. The 51-year-old diva quickly responded by tossing her hair back and saying, “Is it a step? I don’t think it’s a step. If you are not married to the person. “Responding to the original question more directly, he said,” I don’t know about that. That’s a different kind of interview for you. “
“It’s always the classic tone for me,” said a fan who reacted. Someone else added, “I mean, one thing Mariah is going to do is tell the truth. Did she say pass? !! Because WHO got married. “Another wrote:” In other words: those are not my children and that is hell no! “
In part of her interview, Carey talked about her memoir “The Meaning of Mariah Carey” and explained that she wrote about some “depressing things” she experienced when it comes to Christmas. However, Carey said the experience “motivated me to go all the way every Christmas, every year and I just want my kids to have a great time.”
“Honestly, it’s like, a lot goes to me,” he said with a smile.
As for Cannon, now his vacation will be busy with seven children. “Holidays scare me. I literally have to become Santa Claus. Good night. I jump on my sled and get to cross the country, “he told” Entertainment Tonight “two weeks ago.
The “Shake It Off” singer and Cannon, who is the host of “Wild ‘N Out,” were married for eight years between 2008 and 2016. Neither has remarried since they divorced.
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