Mariah Carey DCP for her New Year blunder


This seems to have been the case when Mariah performed in front of a sold out stadium, and her earpiece failed, and she could not lip-sync anymore.

The songstress will always be in the top ten most vocally acclaimed female musicians. Her voice for a long time has been a wonder, creating a pitch that few can match. But like most things they must come to an end.
This seems to have been the case when Mariah performed in front of a sold out stadium, and her earpiece failed, and she could not lip-sync anymore. Her fans will be disappointed that she could not carry out with the concert as expected as she looked muffled on stage and walked around mumbling gibberish. But her team insists that this was all a ploy by DCP the organizers of the concert to get eyebrows raised and eyeballs rolling. They insist it was all a ploy for ratings.
First Carey's team said that they informed the organizers that the devices were not working 10 minutes from time. They changed the batteries and told them it was ok. But upon checking it again, Carrey's team noticed that it was still not working and informed the team who just continued the countdown assuring her that it would work. But on getting on stage, it failed.
To make matters worse, ABC played they would concert regardless of the confusion.
DCP insists that they have a rep to uphold and what Mariah and her team are suggesting is utter bullocks.
"As the premier producer of live television events for nearly 50 years, we pride ourselves on our reputation and long-standing relationships with artists," DCP said. "To suggest that DCP, as producer of music shows including the American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, New Year's Rockin' Eve and Academy of Country Music Awards, would ever intentionally compromise the success of any artist is defamatory, outrageous and frankly absurd



Rick Docksai - Jan 18, 2018
Matt Damon apologized Tuesday for comments he made in December about sexual harassment and affirmed that he supports Time's Up and efforts to combat sexual misconduct in Hollywood.
Zoe Poindexter - Jan 15, 2018
The Irish singer and lyricist died unexpectedly in London where she was visiting for a short recording session.
Zoe Poindexter - Jan 13, 2018
Showrunners and co-creators, Steve Levitan and Christopher Lloyd tease a spin-off saying "never say never."
Rick Docksai - Jan 12, 2018
Not all female celebrities are on board with the viral MeToo movement. French film star Catherine DeNeuve and around 100 other French actresses, academics.
Delila James - Jan 07, 2018
One of Jerry’s earliest television appearances was as his brother’s fictional sibling on “The Dick Van Dyke Show” in 1962.
Zoe Poindexter - Jan 04, 2018
Whitney Houston's estate and the IRS have finally come to an agreement over the value of the late 'I Will Always Love You' singer, who passed away in 2012.
Zoe Poindexter - Jan 04, 2018
Two-time Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett is to chair the jury that will pick the award winners at this year's Cannes Film Festival.