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Mariah Carey is revealing it all in an upcoming memoir set to be released on Tuesday, Sept. 29.
And the 50-year-old legend sat down with Oprah Winfrey to discuss her explosive new book, The Meaning of Mariah Carey.
In a clip from their conversation on AppleTV+, Mariah revealed she didn't 'feel worthy of existing' and was treated like 'an ATM machine with a wig on.'
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Oprah added: 'The loneliness and sadness behind the facade — I now understand it.'
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'I couldn't have asked for a better way to introduce my memoir than having a conversation with my friend, therapist and icon Ms. Oprah, on her series The Oprah Conversations,' Mariah captioned a clip on.
Thepicked up that social media savvy fans assumed Mariah was referring to her marriage to former manager Tommy Mottola.
Mariah met the former Sony Music exec in 1988 and the couple were married in 1993. She left the marriage in 1997 and was officially divorce on March 5, 1998.
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Carey described their 'Sing Sing' mansion in New York as a prison with security cameras and guards, according to reports from the.
Carey blamed her estranged family members for repeatedly going to tabloids with stories, and felt no ill-will revealing it all in the book because they 'drew first blood, historically.'
Mottola, for his part, toldthat he's 'deeply gratified to have played that role in Mariah’s well-deserved and remarkable success, and continue to wish her and her family only the very best.'
Mariah's tell-all also includes how Derek Jeter played a crucial role in helping Carey leave her husband.
'He was a catalyst that helped me get out of that relationship, because I had believed that there was somebody else,' she shared.
Mariah Carey: 'Derek Jeter romance was the beginning of the end of Mottola marriage'
A fling with baseball great Derek Jeter served as the "catalyst" for Mariah Carey's split from her ex-husband Tommy Mottola. The superstar and the music mogul separated in 1998 and Carey confesses her romance with the sportsman made her realise she wanted out of her marriage. Promoting her upcoming memoir, The Meaning of Mariah Carey, on The Oprah Conversation, the singer said: "He was a catalyst that helped me get out of that relationship because I believed that there was somebody else." But Carey stopped short of calling Jeter the love of her life."I didn’t think I would ever meet anybody who wouldn’t... feel superior to me..." she said.
She also revealed that The Roof and My All, two songs from her 1997 album Butterfly, were about the former New York Yankees shortstop.
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