The new album is pretty bad, but since she is still gorgeous, I will continue to include her stories here.

Mariah’s ‘Through The Rain’ Set For U.S. Release
Mariah Carey’s “Through The Rain” will be released as a commercial single in the U.S. on February 4. MonarC Music and Island Def Jam, Carey’s record label, initially had no plans to release “Through The Rain,” the first radio single from her Charmbracelet album, as a commercial single in the U.S. However, following the singer’s stellar performance of the song at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Monday (January 13), the label reversed its decision.
The single release will feature three tracks, including the “Through The Rain” (Album Version), “Through The Rain” (Hex Hector/Mac Quayle Radio Edit), and a live version of her Def Leppard cover, “Bringin’ On The Heartbreak” (which is perhaps the worst cover version of any song, EVER!).
Meanwhile, Carey has moved on to promoting Charmbracelet’s second single and accompanying music video, “Boy (I Need You)” featuring Cam’ron.
In related news, Carey received the Recording Industry Association Of America Commemorative Award while attending the American Music Awards. The award recognizes the more than 100 gold, platinum, and multiplatinum certifications that Carey has earned throughout her career. Island Def Jam Music Group chairman and CEO Lyor Cohen personally presented the award to Carey.