Mariah Carey has booked her first major public performance since her New Year's Eve disaster.
Carey is set to perform her new single, "I Don't", on Jimmy Kimmel Live this Wednesday. The singer announced this herself on her Twitter account Monday:
— Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey) February 13, 2017
Carey has been keeping quiet since her New Year's Eve performance gone wrong. The singer had major technical difficulties when performing in Times Square, unable to hear herself and walking around awkwardly around the stage. While the singer tried to laugh it off on social media, her team was out in full force blaming Dick Clark Productions and the local production team for the snafu.
She would later post an audio recording on her Twitter account in which she called out the production team for essentially capitalizing on her failure.
"I haven't really addressed the situation of what happened on New Year's Eve and in time, I will," Carey says in the audio message. "But for now, I want everyone to know that I came to New Year's Eve in New York in great spirits and was looking forward to a celebratory moment with the world. It's a shame that we were put into the hands of a production team with technical issues that chose to capitalize on circumstances beyond our control."
Meanwhile, Carey's new single, "I Don't", features the singer telling off a lover who didn't treat her right.
"'Cause when you love someone, you just don't treat them bad, you messed up all we had. Probably think I'm coming back, but I don't, I don't," she sings in the chorus. Some have speculated that Carey is referring to her former fiancé, James Packer, with whom she split up with in October.