Mariah Carey's kids are on their way!
In an interview with ET's Kevin Frazier, Mimi says that education is a high priority for her 6-year-old twins with ex-husband Nick Cannon, Moroccan and Monroe, joking that she's "queen of the PTA!"
"They've been home-schooled for a while and they're way ahead of the curve," she said. "It's really, actually, it's intimidating! I mean, I'm like, 'Can we slow down?' 'Cause they're super smart."
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The "Infinity" singer looked glam in a custom cutout dress by Bryan Hearns at the launch party for her Butterfly MC Records Launch Party on Tuesday at Catch LA. And while she teased that new music will be coming "very soon," she also had plenty more to say about her adorable kids.
"I love them so much. They make me so happy," she gushed. "I mean, there are no words for me to really explain it."
She also had to offer props to her ex for the couple's stellar co-parenting skills.
"He's a great dad. They love him, they adore him and so it's fantastic," she added.
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When it comes to her work, Carey has been busy in the studio working on what will be the first release under her newly minted record label. She's also gearing up for her "All the Hits" tour with Lionel Richie, which kicks off July 21 in Oakland, California.
"It's my life, it's what I do. It's what I love to do," she said of the recording process. As for when we'll get to hear the fruits of her labor, she teased: "Very soon. I have to go on the road and I have a lot of things to do, so, the sooner the better. I was just listening to it in the car."
Fans hoping for a second season of the superstar's docu-series, Mariah's World, however, may be waiting a bit longer.
"You never say never, but I did have a really good time doing the show and there were a lot of real moments that were cool," she teased. "Like I said, never say never, but I'm not gonna say yes."
For more from ET's interview with Carey, watch below.