However, following her performance, the 47-year-old updated fans as she posed sipping from a cup on Instagram. On top of that, only a true diva would withstand below freezing temperatures just to rock a hot, sparkly outfit.
Last year, sound problems affected Carey's performance, with the singer unable to hear the backup vocals audible on the live broadcast, causing her to get flustered.
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Whether or not Carey will be able to prove she has the chops she says she does or not remains to be seen, but we can bet it something spectacular, one way or another, will be seen and by millions and millions of people. And judging by the look on her face as the performance came to a close this year as opposed to last, no technical difficulties got in the way this time around.
In very rare instances there are of course technical errors that can occur with live television, however, an initial investigation has indicated that Dick Clark Productions had no involvement in the challenges associated with Ms. Carey's "New Year's Eve" performance. After finishing "Vision of Love", Carey hinted that a part of her stage setting was missing.
Things went much more smoothly Sunday night when she sang her hits Vision of Love and Hero in Times Square in NY, where revelers greeted 2018 in miserably cold weather. "OK, well we'll just have to rough it", she said after no hot drink appeared. After Hero finished, the camera went back to Seacrest. Meanwhile, Twitter offered no tea but served her some sympathy.
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'I'm feeling better than a year ago, ' she replied.
She was reportedly paid $3.5 million for her performance, which lasted around ten minutes. She let everyone know, "Found my tea!"
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