Ever since a disastrous split between Mariah Carey and James Packer, the music diva has been rumored to be engaged with her backup dancer and new boyfriend Bryan Tanaka.
Rumors have sprung up after Mariah Carey showed off her flashy engagement ring in Hollywood earlier this week. This has made fans believe that she might have been already become engaged and has swapped her old ring with the new engagement ring.
Mariah has ended her engagement with billionaire James Packer, and although the newest engagement has still to be confirmed by the diva herself, Hollywood Life brings positive news about the engagement.
Hollywood Life has exclaimed that this re-engagement of the diva might be the fastest rebound of all time. The website also noted the singer was seen on Dec. 15, wearing a big ring on her left ring finger, thereby sparking speculations from fans on a second engagement of the singer.
Mariah's engagement with billionaire James Packer had ended two months ago, and already the singer has become engaged with her backup dancer. Mariah made an appearance on Seth Meyers' show, giving photographers a good opportunity to snap a photo of Mariah Carey's new engagement ring.
However, rumors are also suggesting that the newest engagement ring is the same ring from the earlier engagement with James Packer. According to reports from TMZ, James' team treated the diva like a gold digger.
After rejecting negotiations, as Inquisitr, of $1 million per year of marriage with James Packer, the billionaire's team offered $6 million up to $30 million per year. However, the "All I want for Christmas is you" singer has stated she deserves $50 million as an inconvenience fee.
It has yet to be seen if Packer's team has come to Mariah's terms, as it was not Packer who initiated the engagement to be dropped. Mariah reportedly dropped the engagement after an incident that transpired between the Australian billionaire and Mariah's assistant.
As of now, Mariah Carey hasn't made any claims of being engaged with her backup dancer Bryan Tanaka, and is waiting on a $50 million inconvenience fee.