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Mariah Carey Announces 'It's Time' For Christmas Season to Be Defrosted

Mariah Carey Announces 'It's Time' For Christmas Season to Be Defrosted

Mariah Carey Announces Time For Christmas Season Be Defrosted
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The Queen of Christmas is back, defrosted, and ready to celebrate the season!

All we want for Christmas is Mariah Carey!

The official Queen of Christmas has declared that it's the Holly Jolly Season at last now that Halloween has passed, and we all need to get ready!

In a new video shared on her Instagram, we see a frozen vault with a clock reading “October 31, 11:59.” As the vault opens, we see a large block of ice with Carey inside wearing a sexy red suit. People dressed in black and wearing classic Halloween masks like Ghostface, Jason, and a Jack-o-Lantern are surrounding the ice, working hard to defrost it with hair dryers.

Thankfully, they have some help from Mariah, who uses her legendary five octave vocal range to hit a perfect high whistle register and crack all the ice around her by singing, “It’s time!”

From there, Mariah dances around with a group of holiday revelers as the greatest holiday song of all time, “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” plays.

“All I Want For Christmas Is You” has become the anthem of the holiday season, re-entering the Billboard Hot 100 each year around this time, and reaching number one on the chart each of the last four years.

Carey isn’t the only one ushering in the season with music. The Pop Prince of Christmas, Matt Rogers, has also released the music video for his song “Have You Heard of Christmas” off his upcoming album of the same name.

The album even features a Mariah-inspired song, “Hottest Female Up in Whoville,” a twist on “Where Are You, Christmas?” from How the Grinch Stole Christmas, which Carey wrote from the perspective of Cindy Lou Who.

“I thought that was funny, because when I'm watching the movie, the Mariah Carey type in that movie is Martha May Whovier,” Rogers said about the song. “She is the one who is the most Mariah-ish, for lack of a better term. And I thought, 'Wouldn't it be funny if she wrote a song from her perspective?'

I combined Mariah's sensibility around the time that Grinch film was released in 2000, which was sort of like that R&B, urban pop sound, along with Martha May Whovier's lyrical reality, and I had the song ‘Hottest Female Up in Whoville.’”

Rogers’ album Have You Heard of Christmas comes out this Friday, November 3.

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