The Christmas season is quickly approaching, which means one thing and one thing only – Mariah Carey season has arrived!
Many consider her the Queen of Christmas, and she is preparing for her annual Christmas special concert.
The album is titled “Mariah Carey: Merry Christmas To All.” Mariah Carey’s Christmas concert will be broadcast on CBS in December 2022.
According to Variety, due to Paramount Global’s collaboration with the music network, MTV will provide additional opportunities for Mariah Carey fans even after the actual broadcast date on CBS.
The announcement came shortly after Carey announced a two-day special concert in Canada and the United States. The “Emotions” hitmaker is bringing her well-loved yuletide hits to her Christmas Party under the same title.
Mariah Carey will perform her all-time Christmas hit “All I Want For Christmas Is You” at Madison Square Garden in New York on December 13 and the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto on December 11.
The publication also stated that the Mariah Carey concert at Madison Square Garden would be filmed for the CBS Christmas special, featuring the five-time Grammy winner’s holiday anthems.
On December 20, 2022, at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT, CBS will broadcast “Mariah Carey: Merry Christmas To All.” Fans can watch the Christmas special live and on-demand on Paramount+. Sony Music Entertainment and Supply & Demand will collaborate on the Mariah Carey Christmas Concert special.
Carey was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame earlier this year. The ceremony was supposed to take place in 2020, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was postponed until June 2022.
In her inspiring speech, she revealed:
“Just to touch on something I kinda never got to say in public: In my early teen years, I told nobody that I wanted to be a singer or aspire to do this. And I just always assumed the person that you’re listening to on the radio – because you listened to the radio back in the day – was the one who wrote the songs, so I didn’t know there was a differentiation, I would just be like, ‘Obviously this person wrote the song.’ But to know the people that are the unsung heroes of the whole thing.”