Mariah Carey Won’t Compete With Dolly Parton for Christmas Crown: ‘You Are the Queen of Everything
There's plenty of room for both this holiday season.
Happy Holidays, There won't be a fight tonight, says Mariah Carey
MC admitted on Thursday (Nov. 10) that she is more than willing to share the spotlight with another member of festive royalty, despite having a legitimate claim to the title of Christmas Queen.
After Dolly Parton was questioned about whether she believes she deserves the title over Mariah in an interview with Better Homes & Gardens, Carey wrote to Parton, "Dolly, let's settle this one."
Now, stop saying that! stated Parton. I won't attempt to outdo Mariah. I cherish her
You consider Mariah and Christmas at the same time. I'm content to follow her in line.
Mariah wasn’t having it, though. “You are the Queen of Everything!” Carey tweeted at Parton in response.
The 76-year-old Parton is kicking off the holiday season by reissuing her album A Holly Dolly Christmas with four new songs
including a duet with her goddaughter Miley Cyrus, as well as the brand-new holiday film Dolly Parton's Mountain Magic Christmas.
Additionally, she collaborated on the brand-new holiday classic "Almost Too Early for Christmas" with Jimmy Fallon, host of The Tonight Show.
Naturally, Carey is getting ready for the most lovely time of the year as her enduring holiday hit, "All I Want For Christmas Is You,"
starts its ascent to the top of the charts. Mariah Carey: My Life in Music, a new two-hour primetime programme, will also feature the diva