"You have a "Live" mic in your hand! How about SINGING ALONG WITH YOUR OWN SONG" is all I was thinking while watching that New Year's Eve ...she's the worst :\
If you thought 2016 was full of bad moments, watch how Mariah Carey added one more with her NYE performance in Times Square. At the 1:10 mark in the video below, everything goes wrong for Mimi when she can’t hear her song. She stops, but her vocals go on without her. So she does what anyone would do when caught lip syncing, she puts her hand on her hip, reminds everyone how well the song did on the charts and tries to jump in and out of the song awkwardly. The New York Post compared it to “Ashlee Simpson’s infamous out-of-sync turn on ‘SNL'”. Unfortunately, Mariah Carey didn’t have a Lorne Michaels with her to throw it to a commercial.
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