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  1. Mariah Carey's 'You're Mine (Eternal)': Will Her Fifth Track in Two Years Be Her Next Big Hit?

    8:13 am 2/17/2014

    After delaying her 14th album due to her pregnancy, an "American Idol" stint and a shoulder injury, the songstress also banks on a remix with Trey Songz.Read more

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  2. Mariah Carey Says 'American Idol' Was 'Not What I Signed Up For' (Video)

    8:27 pm 2/12/2014

    The "You're Mine (Eternal)" singer dished that she should've had a different role and was completely blindsided by the addition of Nicki Minaj.Read more

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  3. Mariah Carey Announces New Single, Album Release Date (Video)

    3:21 pm 2/10/2014

    "You're Mine (Eternal)" is the latest single off the singer's long-delayed studio album, initially due out last July.Read more

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  4. Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon List Bel-Air Mansion

    12:44 pm 2/10/2014

    The pop singer and her husband listed the estate for $12.995 million.Read more

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  5. BET Honors: Mariah Carey, Jennifer Hudson, Janelle Monae to Perform

    6:44 am 2/6/2014

    The awards show will BET Honors will once again be taped at Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C. and air Feb. 24 on BET.Read more

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  6. The New 'American Idol': A Cheeseburger, a Coke and a Smile (And Shut the F--- Up)

    8:00 am 1/13/2014

    Speaking with THR, the show's judges and producers explain how they had to look back in order to move forward with the floundering Fox hit.Read more

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  7. Best of 2013: 10 of the Year's Biggest Celebrity Feuds

    11:00 am 1/1/2014

    Kanye West took on Jimmy Kimmel, Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj duked it out, and Amanda Bynes insulted nearly everyone on Twitter.Read more

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  8. Human Rights Group Slams Mariah Carey for Concert in Angola

    10:23 am 12/19/2013

    "She goes from private performances to public displays of support and credibility for one of Africa’s chief human rights violators and most corrupt tyrants," the organization's president says.Read more

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