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Of course Mariah Carey wore a gown to McDonald’s



Of course Mariah Carey wore a gown to McDonald’s
Of course Mariah Carey wore a gown to McDonald’s

Leave it to Mimi to turn a fast food run into a festive fashion fantasy.

Mariah Carey paid a visit to a McDonald’s location in Aspen to check out her new Mariah Menu on Wednesday, and (over)dressed to impress in a plunging red gown covered with sparkling crystals — plus matching heels, of course.

After hitting the drive-through with her 10-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, the “All I Want for Christmas Is You” crooner added a bedazzled face mask and made her way into the restaurant.

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“First of all, this lighting is killing me,” Carey, 52, quipped upon arrival. “I hope I’m not overdressed.”

“I don’t think you’re overdressed. It’s Mariah. It’s the Mariah Menu!” a patron replied.

Indeed, Carey’s famous for her fierce commitment to a look; for her new Apple TV+ holiday special, she even donned a heavily beaded, 60-pound Dolce & Gabbana gown that she said “hurt like a mother to wear.”

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It wasn’t long before the team recognized they had a Grammy winner in their midst.

“We’re just here and the kids wanted to go to McDonald’s,” Carey said. “I just need a cheeseburger. I don’t know who to ask. Is there like a manager, or … ?”

No word on whether Mimi got her meal, but she did make time to snap selfies with stunned staffers and spread a little Christmas cheer — in style.

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Of course Mariah Carey wore a gown to McDonald’s

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