Recording artist Mariah Carey performs onstage during the 2015 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 17, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo : Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
For all Mariah Carey fans overseas, the diva finally announced her "Sweet Sweet Fantasy 2016" European tour.
According to Billboard magazine, Mariah Carey has finally revealed the details of her "Sweet Sweet Fantasy 2016" European tour. The 45-year-old singer is planning to kickstart her tour March next year starting in Glasgow at the SSE Hydro.
The report stated that the diva will travel to different parts of Europe like England, Luxembourg, Wales, Denmark, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Finland, Poland, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Austria and France. The singer will wrap up her tour in South Africa around May.
Aside from her European tour, Mariah will also be releasing her made-for-TV movie "A Christmas Melody" on Saturday. The movie revolves around the story of two high school rivals who crossed paths once again during the holidays, Latin Post reported.
Lacey Chabert plays the character of Kristin who moved in with her parents in Ohio with her daughter Emily after she was forced to close her small business in Manhattan. Kristin runs into her rival from high school, Melissa, who is played by Mariah. Although they pose as enemies at first, the two finally managed to reconcile during the holiday with the help of music.
Meanwhile, US magazine revealed that Mariah is finally dethroned from having the most played Christmas song. Her "All I Want For Christmas" has been the go-to song for most people but in recent reports, The Shins' cover of "Wonderful Christmastime" managed to beat Mariah's song.
As far as her lovelife is concerned, its looks like things are going smooth between Mariah and her billionaire Sutralian boyfriend James Packer. She is also in good terms with husband Nick Cannon as they reportedly spent Thanksgiving together as a family.
Refer below for the list of Mariah's European Tour dates for 2016.
March 15 Glasgow, Scotland @ SSE Hyrdo
Mar 17 Leeds, England @ First Direct Arena
Mar 18 Manchester, England @ Manchester Arena
Mar 20 Birmingham, England @ Barclaycard Arena
Mar 21 Cardiff, Wales @ Motorpoint Arena
March 23 London, England @ O2 Arena
March 26 Luxembourg, Luxembourg @ Rockhal
March 27 Brussels, Belgium @ Forest National
March 29 Copenhagen, Denmark @ Forum
March 31 Oslo, Norway @ Spektrum
April 02 Stockholm, Sweden @ Ericsson Globe
April 04 Helsinki, Finland @ Hartwall
April 06 Tallinn, Estonia @ Saku Arena
April 07 Riga, Latvia @ Arena Riga
April 09 Kaunas, Lithuania @ Kaunas Arena
April 11 Krakow, Poland @ Tauron Arena
April 13 Cologne, Germany @ Lanxess
April 14 Munich, Germany @ Olympiahalle
April 16 Milan, Italy @ Medioianum Forum
April 18 Zurich, Switzerland @ Hallenstadion
April 19 Vienna, Austria @ Stadthalle
April 21 Paris, France @ Bercy
April 23 Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome
May 01 Johannesburg, South Africa @ Ticketpro Dome
May 02 Johannesburg, South Africa @ Ticketpro Dome