Mariah Carey plans to adapt her successful memoir

Mariah Carey is working on an adaptation of her memoir.

Mariah Carey posing for a photo: Mariah Carey adapts her briefs

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Mariah Carey adapts her memoir

The 52-year-old singer released her hit memoir, “The Meaning of Mariah Carey,” in 2020, and Mariah revealed that it could possibly be turned into a film series.

Speaking about her initial ambitions for her memoir, Mariah told ‘The Bobby Bones Show’: “I want to empower my … my little girl myself that no one knew, that no one understood, it was different, it It was different, it wasn’t really having a category that people understood. So that was our goal and now it’s pocket size.

“But the first… the most exciting moment was when it instantly became a New York Times bestseller. So now I’m working on finding the adaptation for it, whether it’s a script series or a movie series. And I’m talking to… I can’t say it all now, but it’s my next project and I can’t wait. ”

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Meanwhile, Mariah previously confessed to being “high maintenance”.

However, the star at the top of the charts insisted that she hadn’t changed over the years, despite having a modest start to life.

Asked about her reputation, the “We Belong Together” singer – who has 10-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with ex-husband Nick Cannon – explained, “You know what? I f ****** I ask for a lot of maintenance because I deserve to be at this point.

“It might sound arrogant, but I hope you frame it in the context of nothing. If I can’t be very demanding after working my whole life, oh, I’m sorry – I did ‘I don’t realize we all need to be low maintenance.

“I’ve always been very demanding when it comes to maintenance, it’s just that I didn’t have anyone to do the maintenance when I was little! “

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