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Mariah Carey Wears Bikini to Walk Dog in Snowstorm

Did you know Carey has eight Jack Russell Terriers? Here she is walking one in the snow. Wearing a bikini.

 |  Dec 23rd 2013  |   0 Contributions


On Saturday, like she does every snowstorm, Mariah Carey slipped on a red bikini, put her dog on a leash, belted out three ferocious verses of "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" while standing on the porch with a bottle of rum, and then tap danced around her Whispering Oaks neighborhood, a pop diva like no other. 

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Well, that's mostly wrong. The actual story is that she put on a bikini to walk her dog in the snow in Aspen, where she's on vacation with her twins. One of her entourage took a picture and she posted it to her Instagram account, causing reverberations in newsrooms across the country. Everybody is posting this photo. The combination of dog, a bikinied Carey, and snow is just too much. 

She captioned it, "It's just a tradition #aspen #coldyethot"

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We admit, we were intrigued as well. We wondered: What the hell kind of dog is that? So we took to the Internet to discover that it's most likely a Jack Russell Terrier, because the singer has eight of them. She calls the dogs "dembabies" and she regularly posts photos of them on social media. Here she is walking a bunch of them a more traditional way in 2011, after she had her human twins.

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Their names are ... well, their names are fantastic: The Good Reverend Pow Jackson, Pipitty L. Jackson, Mutley P. Gore Jackson the 3rd, Cha Cha, Jackie Lambchops, Jill E. Beans, and JJ.

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This summer, Nick Cannon opened up on the dogs. 

"I bought her a dog and then those dogs mated, and then we just started having a bunch of puppies," the singer's husband told People. "They do great tricks and they're well-trained. They do everything from standing and walking on their hind legs to tricks with toys. They swim a lot and fetch balls under water. It's so cool."

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