'Heartbreaker' Mariah Carey will bring 'Caution World Tour' to Detroit

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Mariah Carey will always be our diva.

The woman who graced us with one of the most pivotal moments in divadom on an infamous episode of MTV Cribsduring which she took a bath, worked a Stairmaster in stilettos, and refused to show the general public her bedroom because that's "where the magic happens." Despite recent,uh, technical difficulties, the best-selling female artist of all time has also gifted the world with the greatest Christmas song in the history of Christmas.



Announced Monday, following her Las Vegas residency, Carey will embark on her "Caution World Tour" in support of her forthcoming 15th studio record, Caution (Nov. 16) starting in February. The 22-city North American leg will include a visit to Detroit's Fox Theatre on Friday, March 8.

Tickets ($59.95+) go on sale starting Friday, Oct. 26 at 10 a.m. and can be purchased by visiting 313Presents.com.




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