Mariah Carey makes waves wherever she goes and Mimi recently stormed Beverly Hills on a lavish shopping spree. Photographers saw the diva making three outfit changes, and sipping what looked like champagne from a tall glass while shopping for shoes! Click through Radar's gallery for more on Carey's big outing.
Carey was spotted leaving the skin care clinic Epione in Beverly Hills in her first outfit. The singer recently confirmed her romance with dancer Bryan Tanaka by telling the Associated Press, "I just don’t feel comfortable talking about my personal life…..me and my boyfriend don’t want to do that." But he's already been on her reality TV show for the world to see.
The star, 46, looked very comfortable in the ritzy 90210 shopping area. Carey went shoe shopping in her second ensemble, which included a beige velvet biker jacket and plunging black top.
According to onlookers, Carey chose not to lift a finger while trying on various shoes as she sipped on what appeared to be some bubbly from a tall glass. An employee put the shoes on for her.
When leaving the area, Carey was seen in a completely different outfit, consisting of a camo bomber jacket and army green high-heeled boots.
As Radar has reported, Carey's boytoy beau Tanaka has been playing hardball about continuing on her show Mariah's World. He wants more money to be part of the E! show, sources said.
The star appeared to not have a care in the world while doing one of her favorite things, shopping, but Carey has had to explain her behavior after a disastrous New Year's Eve performance.
Carey can't spend any of her former fiancée billionaire James Packer's money on shopping now that they've split. As Radar has reported, the singer torched a wedding dress in a music video after her bitter breakup from the big bucks ex-boyfriend.
Radar has learned that Carey shops for more than clothes and shoes. Just before her New Year's Eve singing fiasco, Carey was spotted shopping for pot in Aspen, Colorado—with the owner spilling the details to Radar.
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