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Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon’s twins join Singer at Macy’s Day Parade

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A family affair! Mary Carey made her holiday dreams come true by performing in the finale of the 2022 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade — and 11-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe were there to join her.

“Happy Thanksgiving!!!🍁” Carey, 52, wrote via Instagram on Thursday, Nov. 24, alongside footage from the event. “Grateful and so proud of my beautiful kids Roc and Roe, grateful for the lambily and for the precious moments in life. ️ Now it’s really happening!!! 🎄🎅🏼.”

The singer closed Thursday’s parade with her iconic holiday hit “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” as her two little ones emerged from presents to dance behind her.

The “Fantasy” singer was dressed for the occasion in a red tulle dress with silver jewelry accessories and a sparkling tiara. Monroe, meanwhile, sported an all-white look with a tutu and tiara like her mother, while Moroccan, for his part, rocked a red sweatshirt and black pants. The 11-year-old accessorized with a gold chain around his neck.

Carey shares her twins with Nick Cannonwho recently welcomed his 11th child, daughter Beautiful, with Abby DeLaRosa and expecting baby No. 12 with Alyssa Scott.

The Drum line star, 42, also shares twins Zion and Zillion, 17 months, with La Rosa, 32, sons Golden, 6, and Rise, 2 months, and daughter Powerful Queen, 23 months, with Brittany Bellas well as daughter Onyx, 2 months, with Lanisha Cole and son Legendary, 4 months, with Bre Tiesi. (Cannon and Scott’s son, Zen, who was born in June 2021, died of brain cancer when he was 5 months old.)

Nick Cannon, Mariah Carey's Twins join her onstage for Macy's Day Parade

Mariah Carey at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade in 2022. Cara Howe/NBC

Carey took to social media last week to announce she would be playing an integral part in this year’s parade. “My childhood dream come true! I’m going to open for the one and only, SANTA 🎅🏼, during this year’s @macys Thanksgiving day parade,” the “Heartbreaker” artist wrote via Instagram at the time. “🎄🎉💫 Tune in for Thanksgiving Day.

In addition to performing on Turkey Day, Carey will also host a holiday special this year, which will take place December 9 and December 11 at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada, before moving to New York City’s Madison Square Garden on December 13 . and December 16 performances.

Earlier this month, the To shine star, her request to trademark the nickname “Queen of Christmas” was rejected by the US Patent and Trademark Office. The New York native’s attempts to trademark “Princess Christmas” and “QOC” were also “rejected and denied.”

After Carey submitted the first application in March 2021, she received a response Elizabeth Chan and Darlene love spoke out against her desire to make the holiday season seemingly about herself and for profit.

“Christmas came on Earth long before us, and will hopefully be on Earth long after us,” said 42-year-old Chan in an August 2021 interview with Variety. have to hold on or monopolize it in the way Mariah forever tries to. That’s just not the right thing to do. Christmas is for everyone. It’s meant to be shared; it’s not meant to be owned.

Love on her part revealed that David Letterman had given her the title “Queen of Christmas” in the 1980s after performing the classic “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” on The Late Late Show with David Letterman every season for nearly three decades.

“Is it true that Mariah Carey has the ‘Queen of Christmas’ trademark?” Love, 81, wrote via Facebook in August. “What does it mean that I can’t use that title? David Letterman officially declared me Queen of Christmas 29 years ago, a year before she released “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” and at 81, I’m not changing a thing.

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