Mariah Carey's impending lawsuit against her jilted ex-manager isn’t the ONLY thing that the diva songstress has to worry about, as RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned the final performances for her Las Vegas residency are tanking in ticket sales!
According to the seating charts for Carey’s “The Butterfly Returns” Tour at the Colosseum in Las Vegas, the venue has roped off 1200 seats that are NOT being used, perhaps due to the show’s lackluster run thus far!
And now, after the 48-year-old singer just cancelled her entire Australia tour due to a lack of interest from fans down under, Carey cannot book the Las Vegas venue for any of the remaining nights of her residency!
By the numbers, on August 31 there are approximately 1,233 seats still open out of the 3000 seats remaining in the venue. The following night, there are 1,186 seats still open.
The worst night for Carey’s final curtain call is on night three! According to ticketmaster there are 1,337 tickets still available — meaning that the venue that usually seats 4,200 is less than half full!
For the final night of “The Butterfly Returns” on September 10, Carey’s remaining fans are coming to show their support. However, there are still 1,284 tickets available out of 3000 total tickets.
Because of the show’s turnout, tickets to see Carey’s Las Vegas bomb are even now being sold on such discount sites as Stubhub, Vivid Seats and Seat Geek.
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