Mariah Carey feels fantastic and looks accordingly! The star returned to Las Vegas for her residency, The Butterfly Returns.
Given the title, the opening night show had a butterfly-themed set and many sparkly stage outfits that stunned the audience in attendance at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
As she opened the show is a silver fringe dress, platform heels and matching chandelier earrings, Mariah addressed the concertgoers: ‘What’s up, Las Vegas? How you feeling, honey? Hello, darlings.’
The dress hugged her body perfectly, highlighting every curve.
Later on, the performer changed into a black, sheer long dress and even packed a bit of PDA on stage with her backup dancer boyfriend Bryan Tanaka while singing ‘Fantasy.’
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Towards the middle of her concert, the star told her fans she’d bring some ‘very special guests on stage.
Sure enough, her 7-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe fathered by her former husband Nick Cannon showed up.
As their mom sang Always Be My Baby, the twins waved to the crowd and imitated Mariah by holding onto their own mics too.
‘I’m not sure what we’re doing, but they’re having fun,’ Carey noted.
We have to say that one of the most stunning looks that she wore came close to the end of the concert, even though they were all great.
The sparkly, white-and-silver long dress was even adorned with a feather train and made her look like a proper queen.
‘These dresses, they’re long. You never know what you’re gonna step on,’ she joked.
‘I guess it’s one last song, a fan favorite,’ Mariah announced before belting a rendition of Hero.
‘I wrote this song a long time ago. ‘Til next time, darlings. Love you much.’
One insider previously revealed that ever since her weight loss surgery, Mariah Carey has been much more confident and happier.
‘She seems to be exuding happiness, and she is. She’s had big changes in her life for the better. Both dropping her manager, Stella, and coming clean about her struggles with bipolar disorder have been a huge relief, and it shows.’