Watch Jimmy Kimmel Interview Mariah Carey in a Bathtub

  /  06.03.2016

How do you make Mariah Carey feel comfortable? Well, if you’re Jimmy Kimmel, you jump inside of a bathtub with the pop diva.

During her visit to “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Thursday, the iconic singer got into a bubble bath with the late-night host—both fully dressed.

Glittery dress and all, Mimi seemed to enjoy her bath, drinking champagne, and having grapes served by two shirtless men. “This is like a special treatment,” she said. Kimmel agreed: “Wow,” he added. “This is really a dream come true.”

The appearance, which included more than one segment, was far less shady than her last interview on television. Last month, the legendary songstress appeared on “Watch What Happens Live,” where she threw some serious shade at Nicki Minaj and Jennifer Lopez.

No such shots were fired during her “Kimmel” interview, however. Instead, Mariah talked about her lack of knowledge in sports. “Ever since I was in school,” she said, “I was always a fast learner, but I could never follow the rules of sports. I just didn’t understand, like, ‘Why do we have to kick it in this goal? Isn’t that just as good?’ I didn’t understand it and I still don’t.”

Mariah will get back to doing what she does best, performing, when her Las Vegas residency, “#1 to Infinity,” resumes on June 7.


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