Mariah Carey apologizes for her portrayal of Michael Jackson's farewell

Mariah Carey

The American diva was one of the 'ggreat names'announced to sing at the emotional event, held in the Staples Center from the city of Los Angeles: the song he performed was the unforgettable "I'll be there"Of the Jackson 5, of which he made a successful version back in the year 1992.

With tears in their eyes, the attendees and millions of people watching the event around the world witnessed how he struggled Mariah Carey so as not to let his emotions surface, and prevent him from maintaining his voice during his performance, which ended in a duet with the singer of R&B Trey lorenz.

The next day, Mariah talked about what happened via Twitter...

"I am still recovering… I am still overwhelmed by sadness as I listen to the tribute that all the radios pay to Michael.
Singing today has been impossible for me. I could barely stop crying. I'm sorry I wasn't able to stand my ground and sing well, but I was shocked when I saw him there… in front of me
”…

"But of one thing I'm sure ... we will never say goodbye to Michael Jackson. his legacy will live on through his music and the millions of people he inspired ... will live forever in our hearts".

Via | Mariah Carey


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