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Mariah Carey invited to give masterclass at Oxford

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Following in the footsteps of King of Pop Michael Jackson and punk band McFly, pop star is all set to give a masterclass at Oxford University.

The 43-year-old singer received the invitation to appear before the Oxford Union while she will be in the promoting her as-yet unnamed new album this summer, reported Daily Express.

A spokesperson for the star confirmed the invitation.

"We are looking into what they want to learn from her."

Previous invitees also include the and former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

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Mariah Carey invited to give masterclass at Oxford

Following in the footsteps of King of Pop Michael Jackson and punk band McFly, pop star Mariah Carey is all set to give a masterclass at Oxford University. The 43-year-old singer received the invitation to appear before the Oxford Union while she will be in the UK promoting her as-yet unnamed new album this summer, reported Daily Express. A spokesperson for the star confirmed the invitation. "We are looking into what they want to learn from her." Previous invitees also include the Dalai Lama and former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Following in the footsteps of King of Pop Michael Jackson and punk band McFly, pop star is all set to give a masterclass at Oxford University.

The 43-year-old singer received the invitation to appear before the Oxford Union while she will be in the promoting her as-yet unnamed new album this summer, reported Daily Express.

A spokesperson for the star confirmed the invitation.

"We are looking into what they want to learn from her."

Previous invitees also include the and former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
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