Mariah Carey Announces New Las Vegas Residency 'The Butterfly Returns'

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Las Vegas is betting on Mariah Carey once again!

On Monday, the 48-year-old pop diva announced that she'll be returning to Sin City for another residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, which will begin on July 5. This is Carey's second Vegas residency, and will appropriately be called The Butterfly Returns. Tickets go on sale this week and begin at $55

"I’m thrilled to be returning to The Colosseum at Caesars Palace​ with a BRAND-NEW residency, THE BUTTERFLY RETURNS, beginning July 5th!" Carey excitedly announced on Instagram.

Carey broke the news on the seventh birthday of her and ex-husband Nick Cannon's twins, son Moroccan and daughter Monroe. Over the weekend, the family celebrated with big balloons and bouncy castles. 

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Lucky 7️⃣🎂🎊🎉🎈♥️#demkids

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In addition to her Vegas residency, Carey also teased new music by sharing a photo of herself in the studio. "Pon de lab," she captioned the pic. 

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Pon de lab 🎙️🦋

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Last month, the "Butterfly" singer revealed that she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder back in 2001 upon being hospitalized after having a mental and physical breakdown. 

In a recent interview with ET, Cannon shared how he and Carey dealt with her diagnosis as a family. "The things that, you know, so many people have to deal with, so many different families -- so many people have internal things that they are dealing with -- and she continues to hold it together in a way where it just looks seamless," he said. "Even when we were together I was in awe, but even on the outside looking in, it's like, she does it with so much strength and so much beauty, you can't argue with it, and she is going to help so many people."

Here's more of ET's chat with Cannon:

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