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Ever since its release in 1994, “All I Want For Christmas Is You” has been covered by numerous artists come the holiday season. Fifth Harmony is the latest to take on the Mariah Carey classic. Their version doesn’t exactly reinvent the wheel but it’s a fun little festive romp.

5H’s cover is off Epic Records’ I’ll Be Home For Christmas EP. Among the other offerings are Tamar Braxton (“Sleigh Ride”), Fiona Apple (“Frosty The Snowman”), Sara Bareilles & Ingrid Michaelson (“Winter Song”) and Meghan Trainor (“I’ll Be Home”).

What Normani, Lauren, Dinah, Camilla and Ally show their Yuletide spirit in the newly-released music video. The EP is currently in stores now.

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Holy lookalike Batman. While the stand-ins for Beyonce, NeNe Leakes, Solange Knowles, Nicki Minaj and Rihanna are a little busted up, the Mariah Carey impersonator is on point. Honestly at times, I thought I was looking at the real Mimi. I guarantee you will to. An impeccable job in casting indeed.

Todrick Hall previously filmed a Chicago parody featuring famed Disney characters performing “Cell Block Tango.” He once again looks to the musical for inspiration. But this time with a little Orange Is The New Black spice with Leakes as the HWIC (head warden in charge).

Watch the ladies explain what they exactly did to get them locked up. Here’s a little hint with Mariah’s crime. It has something to do with Ariana Grande’s ponytail. The Carey bit is the best, along with the Beyonce and Solange parts. Hall has another viral hit on his hands. Definitely check out “Cell Black Django” below.

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Every gay man has their favorite diva. Over in Turkey, it’s Mariah Carey. The 44-year-old singer will be the cover model for the first issue of a new free magazine for Turkey’s LGBTI community. GayMag wants to, “want to break all of the taboos, but step by step” according to Editor-in-Chief Emir Akgün.

Even though homosexuality has been legal in the country since 1858, it is widely frowned upon and there is no legal recognition of same-sex relationships. GayMag will be free for its first twelve months of circulation due to a sponsorship from a dating app.

‘It’s like everybody was waiting for it for a long time. It is completely normal that there are people against it, though there will certainly be people who like it. We are not reinventing the wheel, the publication of GayMag is itself a big step to break taboos in the first place.’

Reportedly, Carey was enthusiastic about becoming the first cover girl. With disappointing sales for her latest album, I’m sure she was happy about the free publicity. Speaking of Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse, the photo used for GayMag’s premier issue is just a rehash of one of the many publicity shots for the album. Check it out below.

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Mariah Carey Stumbles Out The Gate With Latest Album

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The only thing elusive about Mariah’s latest album are the sales. Me I Am Mariah… The Elusive Diva managed to only move 56,000 copies during its opening week. That number was only good enough for No. 3 on the Billboard 200. I guess her lame PR stunt riding the subway didn’t translate into the sales she had hoped for.

Her previous album, 2009′s Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel, also began life at number three, but sold three times as many copies to get there. This is her worst opening ever since 1991′s Emotions when it launched at No. 4 with 156,000.

Chanteuse was released nearly five years after her last non-holiday studio album, Memoirs of An Imperfect Angel. It’s her longest gap between studio projects. Why do you think her latest bombed? Did you buy her 14th studio album? Have her lambs abandoned her? Sound off below.

Mariah Carey Is Thirsty On New Track

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Mariah Carey caused a ruckus when she revealed the title of her new album, Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse earlier this month. It spawned numerous online album generators, giving you a Mariah-fied title. Mine was Me. I Am Donovan… The Reluctant Diva :)

Mimi’s 14th studio album drops in just a couple of weeks on May 27. The first official track, “You’re Mine (Eternal)” didn’t make a huge splash on the charts unlike “Beautiful.” Carey returns to familiar ground by hooking up with a hip-hop artist to give some urban flavor. At first, it sounds like Ludacris, but it’s actually Atlanta rapper Rich Homie Quan (never heard of him). Check out “Thirsty” produced by Hit Boy below.

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Mariah Carey certainly practices what she preaches. Her forthcoming album was originally titled The Art Of Letting Go and it appears she’s in fact, let it go and opted for a ridiculously long alternative. The 44-year-old singer reveals it’s inspired by her first and only self-portrait drawn by her as a child which is featured on the album’s back cover.

Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse hits stores May 27. It’ll include previously released singles “You’re Mine (Eternal)” and last year’s Top 20 hit, the equally annoyingly titled “#Beautiful” among the bunch. Her latest effort will also feature high-profile collaborations from Nas, Mary J. Blige and R. Kelly. Check out her video announcement below.

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Highlights From Jimmy Fallon’s First Tonight Show

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Whether Jimmy Fallon lasts as long Jay Leno or Johnny Carson’s tenure, one thing I’m certain of is he’ll definitely outlast Conan O’Brien’s stint. He’s made a serious of savvy moves including moving the show to New York City. I love the new vibe of the late night staple in the Big Apple. Don’t you agree?

Like Jay Leno’s classy good-bye, Fallon’s debut featured a slew of celebrities making surprise appearances. During a bit, Jimmy called out a friend who never thought he’d become the host of The Tonight Show. After putting his ‘buddy’ to task Robert De Niro popped out from backstage and slapped a $100 bill on his desk. The Raging Bull actor was immediately followed by Tina Fey and a parade of stars including Lady Gaga, Mariah Carey, Rudy Guiliani, Kim Kardashian, Tracy Morgan, Joe Namath, Seth Rogen, Lindsay Lohan, Joan Rivers, Mike Tyson, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Stephen Colbert. The latter dumped 1,000 pennies on Fallon and said, “Welcome to 11:30, BITCH!!!” Well said.

Another highlight from Fallon’s premiere featured his first official guest, Will Smith, perform the evolution of hip-hop dancing. The segment even showcased the famous Carlton dance from Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Check out both clips below.

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Mariah Carey certainly isn’t leaving anything to chance with “You’re Mine (Eternal).” Just days after the track officially hit iTunes and the video premiered, Mimi unleashes a trio of hot dance remixes. Definitely a lot quicker than Lady Gaga did with “Do What U Want” who inexplicably commissioned remixes but only unveiled them a few days ago. Carey wisely chose Jump Smokers, Jermaine Dupri and Kurd Maverick to ensure her latest becomes another club anthem.

In addition to the remixes, Mimi premiered an alternate visual for the single. If you wanted more scenes of Trey Songz showing off that toned body of his, you’re in luck. From beginning to end, Songz hits all the right notes in the sexy department. Check it out below, along with the dance remixes.

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