After sitting down for a traditional conversation in boring old chairs, Kimmel revealed that he had a surprise for Carey that might help her feel more comfortable: a pampered bubble bath.
Carey, who was rocking a super sexy, low-cut sparkling black gown, had no problem sitting down in the warm water after Kimmel took off his loafers and sunk into the bath wearing his full suit. The TV host completed the exquisite experience with candles, flowers and champagne, which was served to them by handsome, shirtless men.
"No, dahling, no," Carey responded in her trademark affectation. Carey asked Kimmel if he thinks she should have a stereotypical Vegas wedding and get one of "those fake Elvises" to officiate the ceremony.
"That could be fun too," Kimmel offered.
"Uh… no," Carey sighed. "I don't think so."
The pop diva sounded pretty adamant about avoiding a Sin City wedding for her third trip down the aisle. Carey's last wedding, to ex-husband Nick Cannon, took place in The Bahamas, while her first wedding, to music mogul Tommy Mottola in 1993, was held at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church in New York City.
Carey is kicking off the fourth leg of her Vegas residency at The Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace on Tuesday, and according to the singer her show is unlike any other show on the strip.
"No offense to any Vegas situation, but it's not the typical [show]," she told Kimmel. "What I mean by that is that the audience are devoted fans as opposed to just [people there to see a show] because they're drunk and gambling."
"But that's cool too," Carey added. "We love them. Come on out!"
Carey knows she doesn't want to get married in Vegas, and she seems to be equally sure of who she thinks is good enough to sing at her wedding: "F**king nobody." Check out the video below to hear more from the music superstar about her future nuptials.