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Mariah Carey Complains That Her 35 Carat Engagement Ring Is Too Heavy

Mariah Carey Engaged To James Packer -- Complains 35-Carat Ring Is Too Heavy
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Jan. 31 2016, Updated 6:06 p.m. ET

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Women around the world may be envious of Mariah Carey after she received a 35 carat engagement ring from her billionaire hubby-to-be James Packer, but not so fast, ladies - the diva songstress says there are drawbacks to toting such a hefty rock!

"It's so heavy I can't lift my arm up!" she complained jokingly to E! News, adding "No...It's a nice chunk."

But, as reported, one thing that is not chunky is Carey herself. In recent weeks, the 46-year-old mommy of two has shown impressive weight loss, taking to the beach in bikinis and strutting down red-carpets looking svelte in glamorous evening gowns as she prepares for what is sure to be a wedding to remember with her boyfriend of less than a year - even though she now insists that it will be nothing lavish, at least not by her standards. "We are not doing a big wedding because he did two big weddings, and it's kind of like, 'I've done a big wedding too,'" she said. "We would rather make it beautiful but humble."

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Still, she did admit that she is thrilled about her gown, saying "I am very excited about the dress, but I don't want to talk about it yet, as I have to have my first fitting."

Now, all the happy couple has to do is finalize their divorces!

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