“Bye, girl, bye!” Carey said in response to the question, neither confirming nor denying the speculation.
While she kept her answer brief about The Masked Singer, Carey was much more open to talking about her upcoming memoir. “Darling, you’re not ready,” she teased of what to expect.
“You know, I really hate it,” Carey added, explaining that the memoir will be extremely “honest.”
As for being recognized at Variety‘s 2019 Power of Women, she said modestly, “I don’t often think of myself that way but I was very honored.”
In her interview with Variety, Carey boldly admits she’s sick of playing nice. “Oftentimes we’re taught not to be very expressive about our feelings as women because it’s a turnoff, and you know what, I don’t really care,” she says outright. “I’m sick of trying to have to be perfect for people because you can never live up to their expectations ever.”
Carey also mentions the late Whitney Houston and their Oscar-winning duet from The Prince of Egypt soundtrack, as well as rumors that the two did not get along. Describing the experience as “the best,” Carey adds, “I think camaraderie with women you respect is a huge deal.”