Mariah Carey’s Newest Signature Scent: Lollipop Bling

Who knew that the word ‘Bling’ is still in? But if a diva says it’s in, you better oblige. Mariah Carey announced her newest addition to her $150 million fragrance empire: Lollipop Bling. Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon are known for their annual vow renewal ceremonies (yes, they love getting married to each other over and over again) and now Mimi has decided to take the magical moment of Nick’s proposal to her as an inspiration for her newest fragrance.

“The inspiration for Lollipop Bling was Nick’s marriage proposal to me. He first surprised me with a ring-pop — romantic, fun and young-at-heart — like me!”

Lollipop Bling comes in three different scents named after Mariah Carey’s songs: Mine Again which has chocolate and raspberry notes, Ribbon which will make you smell like blue raspberry and Honey which features a tropical pineapple infusion. They’re priced at $35 for each 1-oz. bottle, and will drop July 1st at Macy’s, Dillard’s and other department stores. Word is, each purchase will come with a free Ring Pop.

In case you’re wondering, here’s how the fragrances will look like.  We think the packaging is really cute:

If you like Mimi’s fragrance, here’s one of our favorites to spice up your summer, available at

M by Mariah Carey 1.7 oz, $44.99

Mariah Carey Brands

About Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey (born March 27, 1969 or 1970) is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, and occasional actress. She rose to prominence after releasing her self-titled debut studio album Mariah Carey in 1990; it went multiplatinum and spawned four consecutive number one singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. Under the guidance of Columbia Records executive and later husband Tommy Mottola, Carey continued booking success with followup albums Emotions (1991), Music Box (1993), and Merry Christmas (1994), and was established as Columbia’s highest-selling act. Daydream (1995) made music history when its second single “One Sweet Day”, a duet with Boyz II Men, spent a record sixteen weeks on top of the Billboard Hot 100, and it remains the longest-running number-one song in U.S. chart history. During the recording of the album, Carey began to deviate from her R&B and pop beginnings and slowly traversed into hip hop. This musical change became evident with the release of Butterfly (1997), at which time Carey had separated from Mottola.

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