‘Merry Christmas’: 5 Underrated Songs On Mariah Carey’s Classic Album

US singer Mariah Carey poses in the press room with her Icon Award during the 2019 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena

'Breaking News!' Mariah Carey Announces The Official Start To The Holiday Season

"Breaking news", she wrote with a snowflake emoji. She included the Vahdam x Mariah Carey Christmas Joy Tea Set (Buy It, $35, amazon.com), which comes with two tea blends, a holiday breakfast tea, and Christmas chai tea.

Carey's holiday album, "Merry Christmas", which came out in 1994, was a cultural phenomenon and has since dominated the Christmas landscape.

And try as you might to avoid singing it, November 1st marks the end of Mariah's hibernation so you may as well embrace it. In an Instagram video, she switched right out of her Halloween outfit into her Christmas onesie within a matter of seconds. In the video, Mariah goes to sleep with her Halloween costume and wakes up wearing Christmas pajamas. As soon as the time changes, Mariah gets a call from none other than Kris Kringle himself!

The time on her phone reads 11:59 p.m.

It was the nation's most-played Christmas song in 2017 and 2018, fending off competition from classics Last Christmas by Wham! and Merry Christmas Everyone by Shakin' Stevens.

Thanksgiving? I don't know her.

Her tour includes five holiday shows at Las Vegas' Colosseum at Caesars Palace and East Coast dates in Atlantic City, NJ, Washington, D.C., Uncasville, Conn., Boston, Mass., and New York's Madison Square Garden on December 15. Carey is celebrating the album's 25th year with a "Deluxe Anniversary Edition" of the album that was released on Friday.

Are you as ready for Christmas 2019 as Ms. Mimi is?

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