Mariah Carey Celebrates The Crown’s Season 5 Premiere

Christmas got here early for Mariah Carey this yr within the type of “The Crown” season 5. The pop queen, who’s been a longtime fan of Netflix’s fictionalized royal drama, celebrated its return on Nov. 9 by internet hosting her personal private displaying at residence, in fact, whereas sporting a regal look (a glittery ensemble with a crown on her head). “THE CROWN πŸ‘‘ premiered final evening and naturally I needed to have my very own screening dahhlings! β˜•οΈπŸ’–,” she captioned an Instagram video. “Bonus truth: my track Feelings is within the first episode! ahhhh!! 😭 Thanks @netflix @thecrownnetflix!”

Throughout Carey’s at-home “The Crown” watch occasion β€” which included watching the collection on two completely different TVs (what a flex) β€” the singer gushed about her love for the present. “I cherished seasons one and two,” she says within the Instagram clip. “They’re all nice to me.” This is not the primary time she’s raved in regards to the Netflix collection. In 2017, Carey posted a photograph on Instagram of her posing with “The Crown” alum Matt Smith captioned, “‘Properly completed you!’ πŸ˜ƒ (stated like Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II in @thecrownnetflix) πŸ‘‘ #MattSmith.”

“The Crown” returned for its fifth season this week, a bit over a yr after its earlier Emmy-winning season. The collection picks up on the royal tales of the British monarchy, specializing in the household’s tumultuous reign within the late ’80s/early ’90s β€” which included one finalized divorce, two separations, a tell-all ebook, leaked telephone conversations, and a fireplace at a royal residence.

With a lot drama to unpack, one factor’s for certain: Carey and different “The Crown” superfans will likely be tuned into all of season 5 in addition to the present’s sixth and last season as soon as that premieres.

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