Mariah Carey Set To Duet With FROZEN's Olaf On New Christmas Single?

Mariah Carey Set To Duet With FROZEN's Olaf On New Christmas Single?

Mariah Carey Set To Duet With FROZEN's Olaf On New Christmas Single?Internationally celebrated recording artist and performer Mariah Carey is considering creating a new edition of her enduring modern day Christmas classic "All I Want For Christmas Is You" byway of a duet with one of the breakout characters from Disney's mega-successful animated movie musical FROZEN according to a new report.

Reportedly, Carey is planning a brand new Christmas collection later this year following the recent release her newest album, ME. I AM MARIAH... THE ELUSIVE CHANTEUSE, which hit shelves earlier this week.

Carey would partner with the FROZEN snowman character, Olaf, on the new Christmas single, voiced in the film by Broadway regular and rising screen star Josh Gad, if all goes to plan.

Additionally, initial information suggests Carey may be seeking out multiple animated collaborators to share the soundscape with on the new Christmas album, as well - Snow White, Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer and even SOUTH PARK's Mr. Hanky included - should the project come to fruition.

Check out the original story on the matter here.

So, would you enjoy hearing the pop/R&B diva team up with a classic Disney character for a new take on a Christmas classic?


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