Singer Mariah Carey.
Footballer Ian Wright has named the specific demand made by Mariah Carey when the singer made an appearance on his ITV chat show.
Carey featured as a guest on "Friday Night’s All Wright," a 1998 series which saw the Arsenal player chair interviews with high-profile celebrities.
Appearing last night (22 January) on "The Graham Norton Show" alongside actor Carey Mulligan, Wright was asked about his history of “diva demands”.
“Well, I had Mariah Carey on,” he responded. “And the thing with Mariah Carey is that everybody was quite nervous about the fact she was coming on.”
“When she came, she didn’t have too many demands. The only thing she wanted… is she wanted to sit in my chair. She just wanted the main chair. She wanted to be on that side – she said, that’s her side.”
However, the footballer added that he had a “really cool time” with the “All I Want for Christmas Is You” singer.
Reports of high-maintenance behaviour have often surrounded Carey’s career, with the artist addressing the reputation in an interview last year.
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