Mariah Carey disappoints fans at Japan show after her voice cracks while singing live

7 October 2014 / 2 years 2 weeks ago

Mariah Carey kicked off her much talked-about concert tour "The Elusive Chanteuse Show" in Tokyo, Japan last Saturday but some fans expressed disappointment after the diva allegedly sounded off-key and failed to hit her signature high notes.

Videos from Carey's concert, which circulated over the Internet, showed that the singer seemed to struggle while belting some of her monster hits such as "Always Be My Baby," "My All," and "Hero", reports AsiaOne.

Carey also encountered a technical issue when the butterfly decal of her microphone broke while singing "We Belong Together."

She attempted to continue with the number but said, "Wait a minute. I can't hold on".

Netizens took to Twitter their reaction over the "off-key" moments of the singer in the said concert.

Twitter user @callmedollar said: "Y'all get Mariah Carey off of this tour. Not now, but RIGHT NOW."

Yet another netizen @A_MorganKD blasted the voice of the singer saying that "Mariah Carey's vocals are so horrible now." 

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