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Mariah Carey to star in E! reality TV show

Mariah Carey is the latest celebrity to get her own reality show.
Mariah Carey is the latest celebrity to get her own reality show. BANG Showbiz

MARIAH Carey is getting her own E! reality TV show.

The 45-year-old singer will star in the eight-episode docuseries 'Mariah's World', which will focus on her world tour and her upcoming wedding to billionaire businessman James Packer.

She said: "I'm excited to bring my fans into my life for the next journey I'm about to embark on. I'm already having so much fun with this documentary and I know you will too. There is nothing like capturing these moments."

The cameras will follow Mariah on her 'Sweet Sweet Fantasy' tour in the United States, Europe and Africa and as she plans her wedding to James.

Mariah Carey and fiance James Packer.
Mariah Carey and fiance James Packer. BANG Showbiz

Jeff Olde, Executive Vice President, Programming & Development at E! said: "Mariah is one of the most captivating pop superstars of our time and one of the rare artists whose first name alone is instantly recognised around the globe. We're excited to partner with Bunim/Murray Productions, Mariah and Stella Bulochnikov to offer our viewers exclusive access into her private world.

"The series will present a unique, vulnerable and surprisingly humorous side to Mariah that her fans have never before seen while showcasing her unparalleled celebrity lifestyle filled with true glamour, maximum luxury and ultimate stardom."

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