Mariah Carey shows off birthday bracelet from husband Nick Cannon
Mariah Carey’s got it and she’s flaunting it -- her brand new birthday present, that is.
The pop diva turned 44 on Thursday, and the festivities were capped with a sparkly gift from husband Nick Cannon.
“Nick surprised me for 3/27 with a stellar diamond bracelet encrusted with 3 floating butterflies! @NickCannon,” she tweeted, sharing a photo of the new bauble. Carey, who named her 1997 album “Butterfly,” has a thing for the vividly colored insects.
“I think she’s happy...” Cannon wrote, sharing a photo of the bling on Instagram..
“I’m just happy he’s here!!!! #familytime #festivity @NickCannon,” Carey added, sharing the full version of the same photo.
The “America’s Got Talent” host, 33, also showered his wife of nearly six years with praise all over social media.
“Happy 3/27!” he tweeted Wednesday. “Today we celebrate the birth of the most beautiful-talented-strong-amazing Angel that God placed on earth, My Wife @MariahCarey”
The former “American Idol” judge and her husband, who commemorate their wedding anniversary each year with a lavish ceremony, hit the red carpet for the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino’s 10th anniversary party in Tampa, Fla., Just Jared reported. They continued the revelry at Disney World with the their twins, Moroccan and Monroe.
The “You’re Mine (Eternal)” singer proclaimed that she’d be treating Friday as her birthday “part 2" and that “and everybody is pipping it up!” she wrote, adding "#festivitycontinues #eternally12"
You know, ‘cause she can. Apparently there was a party bus involved.
Cannon has made his own headlines this week for donning whiteface to promote his upcoming album, “White People Party Music.” The host refused to apologize for the costume after it offended numerous people.
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