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Mariah Carey To Sing Christmas Duet With Frozen’s Olaf

xmas-mariahWe’re pretty sure we can talk for the entire world when we say we are obsessed with Frozen! The hit animated movie was released over Christmas time in 2013 and now Mariah Carey is set to sing a duet with Frozen’s Olaf this Christmas.

Mariah Carey is renowned for singing Christmas songs after releasing her hit song “All I Want For Christmas” in 1994.  The song has been replayed every Christmas since it was first released.  The new version will be by way of a duet with one of the breakout characters from Disney’s mega-successful animated movie musical FROZEN according to a new report.

The internationally celebrated power singer obviously loves the festive season as much as we do (well, almost! Let’s not get too carried away!).  Carey released a Christmas album in 2013 and sang ‘All I Want for Christmas’ and ‘Joy To The World‘ wearing a figure hugging, floor length red dress at the Rockefeller Centre in New York for the Christmas Tree light  switch on event (we were there – and it was amazing!).

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Now, the songstress is set to sing a Christmas song with Olaf from Disney’s Frozen who is the Snowman in the hit movie and is voiced by rising screen star Josh Gad.

There has also been speculation about a new Christmas album where she is also reportedly interested in duetting with multiple animated collaborators including Snow White,  Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and even South Park’s Mr. Hanky – we’ll have to wait to see if the project comes to fruition.

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