Mariah sets record straight
Mariah Carey wants to get something straight. She's not rooting for an Oscar award, but she
also doesn't think she's that bad of an actress, either - and she isn't. "If I had no acting
talent, the Ally McBeal people wouldn't have asked me to cameo. They just called me and asked
me if I wanted to do it. I agreed - I mean, might as well, right? If you got a little extra
time, might as well! It was fun although it was a little scene. I played a cute character named
Carey realizes that the flack she received from "Glitter" was probably because she played - well
- a singer. Regardless of the bad press, Mariah said, "Glitter is very important for me, because
not only I play in it, but also composed the music to it. Acting is very different than singing.
To express myself creatively as a singer, a songwriter and a producer is one thing, and then
being able to act is a whole other side of my creative self. I think separating the two is
probably the best thing for me."
And Carey will get to draw a fine line between the separation of acting and singing in this
summer's production, "Wise Girls" with Mira Sorvino. The film already opened to rave reviews in
January during the 2002 Sundance Film Festival and Carey hopes that people worldwide will also
see her true talents in the movie.
"In Wise Girls, I play a character named Raychel who's a waitress and she's completely the
opposite of me in many ways but I really enjoyed doing that. Actually, in real life, I used to
be an often-dismissed waitress because I was clumsy, so it was fun to be a little more assertive
this time around," Mariah joked.
However, Carey assures her fans that her heart is still at music. She recently said, "I think it's
better when I sing and I don't want to sacrifice music for acting. Acting lessons helped me as a
musician and as a person and I became more open to people. Acting helped me in finding myself,
Despite that, Carey has already signed on for her next film titled "Sweet Science" in which she
will play a determined boxing manager. But in keeping with her true self, she is also working on
her next album.
Many thanks to Mariah Land.
||Epic / Sony (52,201)
by Mimi L. from |
I absolutely love the fact that Sony is backing up Mariah and that too quite strongly. From tweeting about her to staging social event reveals and keeping a the mystery around the new single. They are treating Mariah the way Mariah needs to be treated. IDJ on the other hand was treating Mariah like she was a burden. Which I think ultimately lead Ma... read more
(Saturday 25 April 2015; 10:43)
||No Photoshop? (52,200)
by Martyn from England, UK|
Guys, I love the single cover and I love Mariah, but the people who are saying that it uses little to no photoshop are deluded. It's photoshopped to the nines. Either way, I think it's a really cute cover. Nice to see her smile.
(Saturday 25 April 2015; 10:39)
||The Tattoo Club session from 1990's live (52,199)
by Edward from USA|
I got my hands on the Unplugged mini concert Mariah gave at the Tattoo Club back in 1990. Here's the track listing:
1. Introduction (1:25)
2. Love Takes Time (4:03)
3. Someday (Closer To All Your Dreams) (4:26)
4. Vision Of Love (3:44)
5. Mariah introduces Richard Tee (0:36)
6. Vanishing (4:54)
7. Don't Play That Song (3:09)
Since this has... read more
(Saturday 25 April 2015; 6:32)
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