Mariah Carey Enjoys 'Family Dinner' With Nick Cannon, Twins: 'All Is Well!'

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Focusing on the important things in life! Mariah Carey’s 2017 got off to a shaky start after her headline-making New Year’s Eve flub, but the pop diva isn’t letting it get her down.

Late Thursday night, her ex-husband, Nick Cannon, posted a sweet group shot with Mimi, their twins Roe and Rocco, and his mom, Beth Gardner.

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“Family Dinner!! All is well! Live! Love! Laugh! @mariahcarey #Ncredible,” Cannon captioned the pic.

Carey reposted the precious pic on her own account.

Despite finalizing their divorce in 2016, the exes have remained amicable, happily co-parenting their kids and regularly spending time together.

Carey suffered from technical difficulties during her performance on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest, which eventually caused her to walk off the stage.

Since the ill-fated moment, Carey’s team has publicly spoken out about the incident, accusing the show of “sabotaging” the GRAMMY winner.

"They could have cut to a commercial, they could have edited the West Coast feed to make her look good," Carey’s manager Stella Bulochnikov suggested in an interview this week with ET. "So when we say words like sabotage, I'm not saying you intentionally decided, 'Hey! We're gonna sabotage Mariah Carey tonight.'"

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Host Ryan Seacrest defended the show on Thursday’s On Air With Ryan Seacrest, saying, "It is difficult to perform in Times Square. [Carey] knows what Times Square is about. It's complicated. Imagine every single TV outlet in the world was there. So, there's all kinds of technical things going on. Things happen on live TV. If something goes wrong, it's unfortunate for anybody."

For more on the fallout, watch the clip below.