Mariah Carey slays first TV performance since NYE debacle

Mariah Carey slays first TV performance since NYE debacle

But her return to the stage went smoothly as she hit the US late night talk show to belt out new track I Don't, alongside rapper YG and a live band. Abetted by three backup singers, the duo closed the late-night talk-show with the song about a woman's recriminations after a breakup with a caddish lover.

Unlike her botched New Year's Eve performance, MC was pretty much on point with her live vocals this time around.

The music video for "I Don't" premiered February 3 and starred Huntington-born, Greenlawn-raised pop icon Carey evidently singing about her breakup last summer with billionaire fiancé James Packer.

The singer, whose team blamed Dick Clark Productions for the flop, made her comeback Wednesday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Her management team and producers Dick Clark Productions exchanged accusations of blame for the incident.

Mariah even ended her NYE performance early after technical issues got the best of her and walked off the stage.

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"I haven't really addressed the situation that happened on New Year's Eve, and in time I will".

"I came to New Year's Eve in NY in great spirits and was looking forward to a celebratory moment with the world", Carey said in a almost two-minute audio recording posted to her Twitter page.

'And if your mic is also effed up, you can't hear, sing. all you can hear is the audience screaming, and a delayed musical moment and they're already a few beats behind you'.

"I Don't" is the first of several planned singles the mother of two has been working on, including a new song she recorded with her 5-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe.