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Mariah Carey re-visits 'bittersweet moments' of her wedding prep

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From her much sparkling engagement with billionaire James Packer to the eventual split, Mariah Carey's private life has been before the camera lenses for the whole year and that's what she calls her show 'Mariah's World.'

But nothing could stop her from moving on, not even re-watching footage of the 'bittersweet' moments of her wedding preparations, which include scenes of her trying on her stunning wedding dress, reports ET Online.

In a recent interview with ET's Carly Steel she said, "All of those moments are bittersweet," adding, "but you just have to focus on whatever you're focusing on and keep it moving."

For Carey, the interesting aspect of her new reality series is that it reveals a side of show business that isn't always seen by the public.

"The stories [are] interesting because it shows the side of the entertainment world that's not just the celebrity [aspect]," Carey explained. "It's real [and] I don't feel like it feels like a scripted kind of reality [show] whatsoever."

Carey and Packer got engaged in January when the Australian business mogul popped the question with a dazzling 35-carat diamond ring. However, after getting into a fight while on vacation in Greece, the two eventually called it quits in October.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Mariah Carey re-visits 'bittersweet moments' of her wedding prep

From her much sparkling engagement with billionaire James Packer to the eventual split, Mariah Carey's private life has been before the camera lenses for the whole year and that's what she calls her show 'Mariah's World.'But nothing could stop her from moving on, not even re-watching footage of the 'bittersweet' moments of her wedding preparations, which include scenes of her trying on her stunning wedding dress, reports ET Online.In a recent interview with ET's Carly Steel she said, "All of those moments are bittersweet," adding, "but you just have to focus on whatever you're focusing on and keep it moving."For Carey, the interesting aspect of her new reality series is that it reveals a side of show business that isn't always seen by the public."The stories [are] interesting because it shows the side of the entertainment world that's not just the celebrity [aspect]," Carey explained. "It's real [and] I don't feel like it feels like a scripted kind of reality [show] whatsoever."Carey ...

From her much sparkling engagement with billionaire James Packer to the eventual split, Mariah Carey's private life has been before the camera lenses for the whole year and that's what she calls her show 'Mariah's World.'

But nothing could stop her from moving on, not even re-watching footage of the 'bittersweet' moments of her wedding preparations, which include scenes of her trying on her stunning wedding dress, reports ET Online.

In a recent interview with ET's Carly Steel she said, "All of those moments are bittersweet," adding, "but you just have to focus on whatever you're focusing on and keep it moving."

For Carey, the interesting aspect of her new reality series is that it reveals a side of show business that isn't always seen by the public.

"The stories [are] interesting because it shows the side of the entertainment world that's not just the celebrity [aspect]," Carey explained. "It's real [and] I don't feel like it feels like a scripted kind of reality [show] whatsoever."

Carey and Packer got engaged in January when the Australian business mogul popped the question with a dazzling 35-carat diamond ring. However, after getting into a fight while on vacation in Greece, the two eventually called it quits in October.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Mariah Carey re-visits 'bittersweet moments' of her wedding prep

From her much sparkling engagement with billionaire James Packer to the eventual split, Mariah Carey's private life has been before the camera lenses for the whole year and that's what she calls her show 'Mariah's World.'

But nothing could stop her from moving on, not even re-watching footage of the 'bittersweet' moments of her wedding preparations, which include scenes of her trying on her stunning wedding dress, reports ET Online.

In a recent interview with ET's Carly Steel she said, "All of those moments are bittersweet," adding, "but you just have to focus on whatever you're focusing on and keep it moving."

For Carey, the interesting aspect of her new reality series is that it reveals a side of show business that isn't always seen by the public.

"The stories [are] interesting because it shows the side of the entertainment world that's not just the celebrity [aspect]," Carey explained. "It's real [and] I don't feel like it feels like a scripted kind of reality [show] whatsoever."

Carey and Packer got engaged in January when the Australian business mogul popped the question with a dazzling 35-carat diamond ring. However, after getting into a fight while on vacation in Greece, the two eventually called it quits in October.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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