Saturday, 20 December 2014

Mariah Carey breaks down in tears on stage during live performance

MARIAH Carey broke down in tears on stage during an emotional performance of her 1993 hit Hero last night. The broken-hearted singer appeared to be overwhelmed during her live rendition at the Beacon Theater in New York on Tuesday.
 Mariah breaks down in tears on stage during a live performance
Mariah breaks down in tears on stage during a live performance
Mariah – who recently split from husband of six years Nick Cannon – looked as though she needed a hero of her own as she battled through the song with tears streaming down her face.

The 44-year-old put on a brave face as she took to the stage in a stunning red dress with a glamourous black glove.

Mariah breaks down in tears on stage during a live performance
The 44-year-old battled through her emotional rendition of Hero. She wore her blonde tresses in curls and managed to keep her make-up in tact despite turning on the waterworks.

Earlier this month, Mariah struggled through her Christmas hit All I Want for Christmas is You, failing to reach her famous high notes and forcing her to apologise for her shaky performance.

Mariah breaks down in tears on stage during a live performance
Mariah recently divorced her husband of six years Nick Cannon. She tweeted: “Last night’s situation was beyond my control.
“I apologise to all that showed up, you know that I would never want to disappoint you.”

While some critics described her singing as “unfortunate”, others jumped to her defence.
Mariah breaks down in tears on stage during a live performance
The blonde beauty looked stunning in a festive sparkly red dress
“People should really try and cut @MariahCarey some slack. Try and be at your professional best when your personal life is at it’s worst,” one female wrote.

Mexican actress Laura Flores added: “Stop criticising Mariah Carey, she s a great singer she just needs to heal her vocal cords.”
Mariah breaks down in tears on stage during a live performance
Pals took to Twitter to defend the singer’s shaky performance. Meanwhile Mariah Carey is being sued by a former staff member for unpaid overtime.

Ex-employee Ylser Oliver, 49, has issued a lawsuit against the singer claiming she was forced to work up to 16-hours-a-day, seven days a week without proper meal breaks or any extra money in her pay packet as compensation for her extra hours.

According to legal papers filed at Manhattan federal court, Ylser claims she began working as an assistant for Mariah in March 2007 and her duties included tidying up her Tribeca home in New York and organising repairs to the property, packing her luggage for trips, tending to her “personal needs,” travelling with the R&B star on her business trips, taking her calls, carrying out shopping tasks for her and “caring” for Mariah’s friends and family.

Ylser quit in June 2014 after becoming disgruntled with the working hours and lack of overtime.

Matthew Blit – Ylser’s employment lawyer – told the New York Post newspaper: “My client put her family’s life on hold while tending to Mariah Carey’s family, and Mariah repaid her by underpaying her.

“My client is a very hard-working woman who treated Mariah and her family like her own, working all hours of the day and night. Even celebrities are required to abide by the law.”

Ylser is suing Mariah – who split from her husband of six years, Nick Cannon, earlier this year – for a significant amount of money, but the actual fee is undisclosed.

However, the suit claims she was entitled to at least time-and-a-half pay when working more than 40 hours a week.

When asked about the lawsuit, Mariah’s spokesperson Cindi Berger said: “I can’t comment on anything that I’m not aware of and we haven’t heard anything about this lawsuit.” – BANG Showbiz
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