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After last year’s debacle, Mariah Carey makes it through her performance at Times Square this year

Pop singer Mariah Carey took to the stage in Time Square to end 2017 last night, after the epic mishap and debacle on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest last year. Mariah made sure that her comeback this year truly entertains her audience. And surely, she did not disappoint them this year.

After last year’s debacle, Mariah Carey makes it through her performance at Times Square this year.

Mariah wore a white fur coat, long earrings and a gold-colored glittery dress this year. She did not feature the backup dances of last year this time. Throughout the performance, she stayed mostly in one spot. Also, there was minimal choreography used in her performance. She began with a two-song set at 11:38 pm.

First, she sang the Vision of Love, her first single from the year 1990. But before starting with her second song Hero from the year 1993, she wanted to have hot tea as promised, but unfortunately, it was not there. So even without tea, Mariah gathered strength, which is a huge mark of improvement from last year. She faced a lot of technical difficulties last year during a live performance of her first song Emotions. She had stopped singing and paced the stage and had asked her audience to complete the lyrics of the song for her. Later, the differences between her and the production house were sorted out. This year, the production house and Mariah personally checked the sound system to ensure that there was no repeat.

When it was midnight, she sang along with Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York” last night. Minutes later, Ryan Seacrest, the host of the night’s festivities took her interview. After Seacrest asked how she was feeling, Mariah said, “Oh, I’m feeling a lot better than last year, when I had to get my police escort to walk away.”

Also, the members of the ABC’s broadcast team congratulated her for making it through her performance this year.

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