By now, most of us are tired of hearing Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” on the radio. But the Mississippi State football team? Not so much. Monday, the school posted a short video to Instagram that shows its players warming up with the classic holiday track on in the background. It’s a bit strange, but the team seems to be enjoying it.
Mariah Carey is my favorite singer of all time, so words can’t describe how sad this gets. RIP to Mariah’s voice, 1990-2012 (debatable)
All I want for Christmas is for MiMi to get her voice back, smdh
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We have zero idea how someone at Iowa State’s Phi Psi chapter convinced 20+ brothers to take part in a lip dub video of Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas,” but they did. And the it exists on the internet, so we’re going to talk about it.
Honestly we don’t know if this will result in a higher pull:chill ratio, or if they just killed their social calendar for...
Back when Dwight Howard was playing with the Magic he had a brief relationship with porn star Mary Carey.
Carey who became porn star famous because she resembled Mariah Carey, gave one of the greatest stories of all time about Dwight Howard back in 2009, which you can read below.
“Dwight’s a cool guy. For a month, we like talked on the phone, and he was always trying to give...
This is without a doubt the cutest viral video of the week. Doesn’t take much to get babies excited, as evidenced by the video.
Mariah Carey’s We Belong Together blasting is the best thing ever.
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The Miami Dolphins cheerleaders originated lip syncing videos and have officially made it “a thing.”
Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines? Check.
Taylor Swift’s 22? Check.
For 2014, they dusted off Mariah Carey’s “Fantasy.”
There is nothing that isn’t right about this…except for the actual music. But that’s why God made a mute button, right?
A baseball tradition, the ceremonial first pitch is usually a special moment of recognition for those lucky enough to take the mound for the occasion.
Sometimes, however, the first pitch goes horribly awry — usually to the delight of those watching.
Baseball fans saw some prime examples during some of the 2014 Opening Day ceremonies, from a former pitcher showing that he does —...