Mariah Carey says she’ll add Glitter songs to her setlist following #JusticeForGlitter

“We’re going to put together perhaps a medley.”

November 20, 2018

Mariah Carey has vowed to change her live show in the wake of a fan-led campaign to revive the fortunes of her 2001 album, Glitter. The album, a soundtrack for Carey's movie of the same name, topped the iTunes top ten after fans encouraged downloads under the hashtag #JusticeforGlitter.

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The album struggled commercially upon its release, something many put down to its September 11 release date, but has become a cult favorite among Carey stans. Speaking to a fan on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens on Monday, Carey confirmed that she will be playing material from the album in her upcoming live tour.

"Since the Lambily got Glitter to No.1 they've lifted this huge burden of feeling like, 'I can't do stuff from Glitter 'cos nobody knows it, or whatever.' We're going to put together perhaps a medley."

Last week Carey dropped new album, Caution. Her 15th studio album includes the singles "GTFO" and "The Distance," as well as a collaboration with Blood Orange and Slick Rick on "Giving Me Life."

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Mariah Carey says she’ll add Glitter songs to her setlist following #JusticeForGlitter