Entertainment Mariah Carey Teaches Twins Moroccan and Monroe a New Song to Celebrate First Night of Hanukkah
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© Agency / Bestimage - Dominique Jacovides / Bestimage Photos - Britney Spears, Mariah Carey, Beyonce, Madonna .. These 20 international stars that marked the NRJ Music Awards a parade of stars. For more than 20 years, the NRJ Music Awards for the largest international singers. On the occasion of the 22nd edition, released this Saturday, November 20 on TF1, Gala.fr offers you to (re) discover these artists who set fire on the Croisette.
is getting her twins into the holiday spirit!
The iconic singer kicked off the first night of Hanukkah on Sunday by sharing a sweet video featuring her 10-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe. The brief video shows the GRAMMY-winning singer attempting to teach her kids a new song to mark the Jewish celebration, though they both look less than enthused at the impromptu singing lesson.
"Happy Hanukkah!!!!" she wrote on Twitter. "Learned this one in grade school, thought I'd teach it to Roc & Roe, I don't think they've got it yet."
Happy Hanukkah!!!! ???????? Learned this one in grade school, thought I'd teach it to Roc & Roe, I don't think they've got it yet ????
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Double Trouble! Harry Potter’s Scarlett Hefner Is Pregnant With Twins“Scarlett and I will be welcoming two new members of the family this spring,” Cooper, 30, wrote via Instagram on Thursday, November 25, alongside a family photo. “We couldn’t be happier as we wait on the arrival of our twins.— Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey)
The fan-proclaimed queen of Christmas has been busy in preparation for her favorite season. Earlier this month, the "All I Want for Christmas Is You" singer announced her return to Apple TV+ for, Mariah's Christmas: The Magic Continues, this December. The special features several special guests, including gospel icon Kirk Franklin and Khalid, and with Carey, "Fall in Love at Christmas."
Mariah's Christmas: The Magic Continues marks Carey's second special for Apple TV+, as she starred inlast year.
Carey recentlyabout how the less-than-idyllic Christmases she experienced growing up inspired her to go all in on the holidays.
'Queen of Christmas' Mariah Carey rings in the holiday season
She is well known for her infectious 1994 track All I Want for Christmas Is You. And on Saturday, Mariah Carey embraced the holiday season by striking a post by a roaring fireplace adorned with twinkle lights, ornaments and stockings on Instagram.The 52-year-old performer lounged by the fire in a strapless figure-hugging red dress with one of her pampered pooches by her side, captioning the post: 'Tis the season!' © Provided by Daily Mail ( The performer added a little bit of sparkle to her velvet dress by securing a silver ribbon-shaped broach to it.
"In my memoir, I talk about how when I was a little kid, growing up with no money, growing up being mixed, not understanding, having identity issues, and then going through my career and the different things that have happened, that I never even talked about to even some of my best friends," Carey shared of the childhood experiences she detailed in her book, The Meaning of Mariah Carey. "When I wrote about Christmas, I was like, 'Oh wait, I don’t want to bring people down,' 'cause this seemed like depressing stuff that happened."
She continued, "But that’s the reason that it motivated me to really go all the way in every Christmas, every year. I just want my kids to have the best time, and honestly, a lot of it is for me."
with the holiday queen herself when Mariah's Christmas: The Magic Continues premieres Dec. 3 on Apple TV+.
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