Superstar Mariah Carey prepares for the return of her hugely successful tour, All I Want for Christmas Is You. She’ll be playing in Nottingham on 9 December, Leeds on 10 December and the iconic O2 in London on 11 December.
She dazzled audiences with this tour last year and received rave reviews from fans and critics across the globe.
Carey is the bestselling female artist of all time, having sold more than 220 million records to date as well as scoring two UK No.1s, 24 UK top 10s and a record-breaking 18 Billboard Hot 100 No.1 singles including songs such as We Belong Together, Hero and Touch My Body. The record makes her the biggest-selling artist with the most No.1s for any solo artist.
One of her biggest song is the timeless, evergreen All I Want for Christmas Is You, written and produced by Carey, and it continues the climb the charts every single Christmas.
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