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Mariah Carey goes Christmas glam for Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

The “Queen of Christmas” also comes for Thanksgiving.

Mariah Carey closed out the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City on Thursday by welcoming in the Christmas spirit with a performance of “All I Want For Christmas Is You” — and her outfit sure was festive.

The singer, 52, wore a tulle Cristian Siriano dress with a pencil skirt and a dramatic mermaid silhouette in a very appropriate bright red hue.

She accessorized the look with a beaded and enchanted umbrella and sparkly tiara.

Fans loved Carey’s exaggerated look for the performance, which officially kicked off the Christmas season.

“Omg she looks soooo pretty (& festive!) at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade,” one person tweeted.

“No offense intended, but she stole Santa’s moment,” another said.

Carey was surrounded by dancers dressed as nutcrackers for the performance, along with her 11-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, whom she shares with ex Nick Cannon. Monroe was dressed as an angel while her brother matched the dancers.

While she clearly stole the show, Carey was recently denied the “Queen of Christmas” title when her application to trademark the name was rejected.

Nevertheless, fans can expect big things from Mimi in the coming month as she sells holiday bath and body products that everyone would like to find in their stockings.

Mary Carey
The singer closed the parade for Santa Claus, officially ushering in the Christmas season.
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Other stars performing at the parade included Lea Michele, Dionne Warwick, Ziggy Marley and more, with Keltie Knight and Kevin Frazier hosting coverage on CBS.

Meanwhile, the coverage of the “Today” show was missing one of its veteran hosts. Al Roker was conspicuously absent from Thursday’s festivities for the first time in 27 years amid his ongoing health battle.

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