Mariah Carey and her boy toy beau Bryan Tanaka are back together and hotter than ever, as new photos show. The star's brief reconciliation with her ex-husband Nick Cannon is clearly over. The music diva, 47, and dancer love Tanaka, 34, recently rekindled their romance and on Friday, they were seen leaving Mastro's Steakhouse in Beverly Hills. Could it be wedding bells soon? Click on RadarOnline.com's gallery for more!
Carey-ing on! After the singer and her much younger boyfriend left the steak restaurant, they got in their car and kept smiling! It seemed like Carey couldn't keep her hands off handsome Tanaka; the pair had briefly split but are now together again.
Carey had briefly reunited with her ex-husband Nick Cannon and according to sources, he was trying hard to win her back, but it didn't work out.
The "We Belong Together" singer signed autographs on her night out with Tanaka. She couldn't keep the grin off her face the entire evening.
Carey seemed excited to flaunt her renewed love for Tanaka for photographers. Rumors flew she might be reconciling with her ex, Cannon, as they recently celebrated the sixth birthday of their twins, Moroccan and Monroe. But now, she's cozy again with Tanaka, who appeared on her reality show. "The only reason she hooked up with Nick was to get back at Bryan and make him jealous, and it worked!" a source told RadarOnline.com.
The mom of twins showed off her famous curves in a cleavage-baring black dress, and her waist was nipped in with a belt. Hard body Tanaka wore a fitted black top. Carey and her young man first started dating last November, shortly after she ended her engagement to Australian billionaire James Packer.
According to RadarOnline.com sources, Carey and Tanaka had gotten into a "blowout" fight while celebrating her 47th birthday in Cabo San Lucas at the end of March and they split in April. But now, they are very much reconciled – and Carey wants to marry him, sources say!
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