Wednesday, January 19

Mariah Carey responds in epic way to bar in Texas that banned her from playing her song ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’


Mariah Carey rehearses for the 82nd Annual Rockefeller Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in New York City

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Michael Loccisano / Getty Images

There is little left for Christmas to arrive and without a doubt has become one of the most important celebrations in the world. It is an important milestone that leads people to a new beginning, the end of a year, a time for gifts, family reunions and – for practicing Christians – an emotional religious holiday. Everyone has the right to celebrate this holiday in their own way, whether it is listening to Christmas music at the beginning of December, getting together as a family to make Christmas dishes or decorating their homes.

Christmas melodies have given much to talk about in recent years, mainly because behind these songs is a high index of controversy and uncertainty that, a priori, users who they long to celebrate the beginning of these Christmas dates in a good way. A similar case happened to the American composer Mariah Carey, who has been a trend on social networks by various Internet users who showed their discontent on social networks to a bar in Texas, which introduced severe restrictions on the number of times it was played. You can play Mariah Carey’s Christmas hit ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’ during Christmas.

The music producer did not like this decision at all and came out in defense through a photo shared by columnist and critic Kyle Smith, which according to was taken in Dallas, where it can be seen in said image a sign that says all the strict rules around the song ‘All I Want for Christimas Is You‘. Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’ will be omitted if played before December 1. After December 1, the song is only allowed once per night“Was the text that can be read in the photograph that the American columnist published on Twitter.

Response from Mariah Carey

Seeing the enormous amount of interactions that Kyle Smith’s tweet had on his Twitter account, it was the perfect occasion for him to Mariah Carey would join the conversation and thus show her dissatisfaction with the not so favorable measure taken by the Texas bar, whose name is unknown at the moment. The singer shared a photo on Twitter of herself wearing armor in front of a battle scene to defend her Christmas launch, hinting that she was finds herself prepared to face the battle that lies ahead. For something they cataloged it as’The Christmas Queen‘.

The musical theme ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’ was released on October 24, 1994 and currently holds the Guinness World Record for Holiday Song (Christmas / New Year) Highest on the ‘Hot 100’ by a solo artist.

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