Mariah Carey was a show-stopper when she made a grand entrance at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas Monday night.
The singer donned a sheer bejeweled dress for her arrival in Sin City ahead of her residency at The Colosseum, which begins next month. She rode to the venue in a pink 1936 convertible, according to the Associated Press. Eighteen mobile billboards emblazoned with her No. 1 singles followed closely behind. Then, she was carried atop a platform like Cleopatra through the casino and to the stage.
On Sunday, Carey dropped her new single, "Infinity," on iTunes, Spotify and YouTube. She will sing that along with her greatest hits during her residency, which runs from May through July.
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