Her last reportedly dished out an eight-figure salary.
Mariah Carey has developed a reputation as being the voice of the holiday season, and to capitalize off of the notoriety, the 49-year-old singer will be returning to Las Vegas for a new residency. On Tuesday, Carey announced that she inked a deal to perform her "All I Want For Christmas Is You" concert series. She'll perform five shows from November 22 through November 30.
Then, Carey will return to Vegas in February 2020 for her "The Butterfly Returns" shows at The Colosseum at Ceasar's Palace. For that run, Carey will perform from Valentine's Day, February 14, until the last day of the month, February 29. She's no stranger to taking to the Vegas stage as she performed her Caesar's Palance residency "#1 to Infinity" from May 2015 to July 2017. Carey also had a residency at the Venetian where her paycheck was reportedly in the low eight figures. Must be nice.
Tickets for the high-pitched songstress go on sale on May 10 for the public, but her "Lambs" who are members of her fan club get first dibs on May 2. Carey is also set to receive the Icon Award at the Billboard Music Awards that will air Wednesday, May 1.