Mariah Carey might want to sell some far more jewelry if fans do not begin getting tickets to her “Butterfly Returns” shows at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Seats are nevertheless obtainable for the July five opening evening of her 3-month residency. “It’s a disaster,” 1 insider told me. “Scalpers purchased a bunch of the tix and are freaking out.”
Carey fired her fiercely protective manager Stella Bulochnikov in November and hasn’t performed considering that Christmas.
Bulochnikov was going to book her at a smaller sized venue in Vegas “so they could hold announcing sold-out shows,” my supply mentioned.
“Instead, they place her back in Caesars with four,300 seats.”
Carey’s publicist told me, “These allegations are false and come from a supply that have to be desperate to pretend to be in the know . . . Appear forward to seeing you at the Vegas show — if you can get a seat!”
The publicist denied any money flow troubles when I lately reported that Carey had sold her diamond engagement ring from James Packer for $two.1 million.