Mariah Carey is literally blaming everybody for her New Year's Eve performance disaster.
Carey is including herself in blaming all involved in her Times Square performance, in which she couldn't properly hear the music and proceeded to walk around the stage awkwardly, talking over the music.
"I used to get upset by things," Carey told Rolling Stone in a new interview. "This was out of my control, and had everything not been such a total chaotic mess, then I would have been able to make something happen. Even the dancers should have stopped dancing and helped me off the f---ing stage. I'm sorry. It was a mess, and I blame everybody, and I blame myself for not leaving after rehearsal."
The singer and her team had previously called out Dick Clark Productions and the local team assisting Carey for the performance mishap. The company then fought back, stating that the allegations that they sabotaged her intentionally for ratings were "defamatory, outrageous and frankly absurd."
Carey's malfunctioning earpiece led to the unfortunate incident, and the singer admitted that it's tough to explain away how things went down to the common person.
"It's just something where if I can't explain it to the entire world, then they're not going to understand it, because it's not what they do," Carey said, of the earpiece. "Just like I wouldn't understand somebody who had a desk job and how to do that. I couldn't. I literally am incapable of being in the real world and surviving."
Either way, Carey is moving on from the incident by putting out new music. She recently released a new single called "I Don't" that features the performer singing, "'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,"
Some have suggested that Carey may be referring to her former fiancé, James Packer, with whom she split up with in October. Carey performed the song on Jimmy Kimmel Live last week.