'All I Want For Christmas Is… Louis Vuitton!' Mariah Carey Shops With Beau
Mariah Carey loves Christmas, and the Saturday before, she went shopping at Louis Vuitton with her dancer boyfriend Bryan Tanaka. The flamboyant singing diva, 47, looked at the lavish leather goods as fans are buzzing about her return to the New Year's Rockin' Eve Show after last year's meltdown. Scroll through RadarOnline.com's gallery for more!
Carey was all smiles as she did what she loves best—shop up a storm!
Boytoy Tanaka, 34, appeared happy to be along for the ride with the "All I Want For Christmas Is You" singer. They go everywhere together, including to Paris earlier this month. But Carey and her cutie have even gone on a bowling night date!
In the past, Carey has almost busted out of her clothes while on dates with Tanaka. But on Saturday, her cleavage was reasonably under control.
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Still, Carey looked every inch the star in a furry black coat and mirrored sunglasses, darling! Tanaka wore a sporty black down jacket.
Carey had to cancel a few of her Christmas tour shows after getting ill this year but she looked in radiant health while shopping with her main man this weekend.
According to reports, Carey will return to Times Square in New York on New Year's Eve to perform after her debacle last year.
Carey was reportedly caught lip-syncing to some of her biggest hits during last year's "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve" performance. Her team said Carey couldn't hear anything coming from her earpiece and it was all a big technical malfunction.
But ABC has announced that Carey will sing this year on Rockin' Eve and the singer tweeted, "Take 2." A joint statement by Dick Clark Productions and Carey read, "We can all agree that last year didn't go exactly as planned and we are thrilled to move forward together to provide America with an incredible night of music and celebration…."
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