Mariah Carey Gave A Bizarre Interview About Not Being Able To Survive ‘In The Real World’

Katie Jerkovich | Entertainment Reporter

Mariah Carey said she is “incapable of being in the real world and surviving.”

The 46-year-old singer said she didn’t want to talk about her disastrous New Year’s Eve performance in an interview published by Rolling Stone magazine on Tuesday. (RELATED: Sabatoge? Drama Surrounding Mariah Carey’s NYE Disaster Heats Up [VIDEO])

Mariah Carey performs onstage during New Year's Eve 2017 in Times Square at Times Square on December 31, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

(Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

“I don’t even want to bring this up too much, but whatever, we’re obviously talking about it, the New Year’s Eve situation — that couldn’t be helped,” Carey responded. “It’s just something where if I can’t explain it to the entire world, then they’re not going to understand it, because it’s not what they do. Just like I wouldn’t understand somebody who had a desk job and how to do that.” (RELATED: Mariah Carey’s Disastrous New Year’s Eve Performance)

“I couldn’t,” she added. “I literally am incapable of being in the real world and surviving. I used to get upset by things. This was out of my control, and had everything not been such a total chaotic mess, then I would have been able to make something happen.”

“Even the dancers should have stopped dancing and helped me off the fucking stage,” she continued. “I’m sorry. It was a mess, and I blame everybody, and I blame myself for not leaving after rehearsal.”

Last week, Carey made a bit of a comeback when she performed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” her latest hit, “I Don’t.” The song was inspired from the ending of her engagement to billionaire James Packer in October.

Katie Jerkovich

Entertainment Reporter


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