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You won't believe what Mariah did with Bono's flowers

Saturday 1 June 2019

You won't believe what Mariah did with Bono's flowers | mcarchives.com
She is known for her diva demands and outrageous and flamboyant antics. But it seems that Mariah Carey has a bigger heart than most blockbuster artists. The Daydream singer kicked off the European leg of her Caution World Tour in Dublin with a show filled with unbridled bling and glam.

Sharing photos of her performance, she wrote: "Thank you Dublin. I couldn't dream of a better opening night for the European leg of the Caution World Tour, my very first concert in Ireland. Slainte."

She also took to Instagram to share a presentation from her Irish record label Sony celebrating her back-catalogue going 20 times platinum. But according to one back stage source, the diva proved she is a real class act when a giant bunch of flowers came in from Bono.

You won't believe what Mariah did with Bono's flowers | mcarchives.com
"It was about £ 1,000 worth of flowers, just huge," the source told Extra.ie. "It was the must beautiful arrangement ever and it had a personal note from the singer welcoming her to the city and wishing her luck with the performance. Obviously Mariah was very taken with the gift but she was leaving on a private plane and wouldn't be able to take them with her."

So what did she do? She presented them to the 3Arena's catering manager to say thank you for looking after her so well. "It was a real classy thing to do," added the source. "Mariah was just blown away by the efforts of the catering staff at the 3Arena she made sure that these flowers made their way to the catering manager and she was chuffed to bits. Not that they were Bono's flowers but because it was such a lovely thing to acknowledge her work."

What a class act.

(Extra.ie)


Betty from Canada
(Saturday 1 June 2019; 23:28)
Great article about the Mimi the lambs all know and love.
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