Mariah Carey, 50, declares herself ‘eternally 12’ in birthday cake snap

Mariah Carey declares herself ‘eternally 12’ as she celebrates turning 50 by blowing out her candles with twins Monroe and Moroccan

Mariah Carey declared herself ‘eternally 12’ while sharing a snap of herself blowing out her 12-shaped birthday candles on her 50th birthday beside her eight-year-old fraternal twins Monroe and Moroccan.

‘#eternally12,’ the five-time Grammy winning R&B diva – who boasts 58M social media followers – hashtagged her post on Friday.

‘Spent 3.27 at home with my family and virtually with fans and friends from all over the world. Thank you for all the love!’ 

‘Eternally12’: Mariah Carey shared a snap of herself blowing out her 12-shaped birthday candles on her 50th birthday beside her eight-year-old fraternal twins Monroe and Moroccan

Before Mariah confirmed she was 50 on Friday, no one was sure precisely how old she was as her birth year was frequently listed as either 1969 or 1970.

Carey received birthday greetings from celebs pals Britney Spears, Barbra Streisand, John Travolta, Kerry Washington, and Millie Bobby Brown.

On Sunday, the native New Yorker put her five-octave soprano pipes to use by closing out Fox’s iHeartRadio’s Living Room Concerts for America. 

'Thank you for all the love!' Before the five-time Grammy winning R&B diva confirmed she was 50 on Friday, no one was sure precisely how old she was as her birth year was frequently listed as either 1969 or 1970

‘Thank you for all the love!’ Before the five-time Grammy winning R&B diva confirmed she was 50 on Friday, no one was sure precisely how old she was as her birth year was frequently listed as either 1969 or 1970

Cutting the cake: Carey received birthday greetings from celebs pals Britney Spears, Barbra Streisand, John Travolta, Kerry Washington, and Millie Bobby Brown

Cutting the cake: Carey received birthday greetings from celebs pals Britney Spears, Barbra Streisand, John Travolta, Kerry Washington, and Millie Bobby Brown

Mariah belted her 1996 hit, Always Be My Baby, remotely alongside pianist Daniel Moore and three background vocalists. 

‘Thank you for watching me from my home to yours on #iHeartConcertonFOX,’ Carey later wrote.

‘Sending love to all the local heroes, health care workers, and everyone on the frontlines in fighting this pandemic. Hope we brought a little bit of happiness to your day. Please support @FeedingAmerica and @1strcf by donating to these incredible causes.’  

'Sending love to all the local heroes!' On Sunday, the native New Yorker put her five-octave soprano pipes to use by closing out Fox's iHeartRadio's Living Room Concerts for America

‘Sending love to all the local heroes!’ On Sunday, the native New Yorker put her five-octave soprano pipes to use by closing out Fox’s iHeartRadio’s Living Room Concerts for America

'Hope we brought a little bit of happiness to your day': Mariah belted her 1996 hit, Always Be My Baby, remotely alongside pianist Daniel Moore and three background vocalists

‘Hope we brought a little bit of happiness to your day’: Mariah belted her 1996 hit, Always Be My Baby, remotely alongside pianist Daniel Moore and three background vocalists

Fox vowed to match the first $100K: It has not yet been revealed how much the star-studded COVID-19 benefit raised for the First Responders Children's Foundation and Feeding America

Fox vowed to match the first $100K: It has not yet been revealed how much the star-studded COVID-19 benefit raised for the First Responders Children’s Foundation and Feeding America

It has not yet been revealed how much the star-studded COVID-19 benefit, hosted by Elton John, raised for the First Responders Children’s Foundation and Feeding America but Fox vowed to match the first $100K.

The In the Mix songstress is currently recording new material, and her tell-all memoir I Had A Vision of Love will be published on September 17 by Pan Macmillan and Henry Holt and Company.

Mariah was originally scheduled to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame on June 11 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City, but it’s unclear if coronavirus will postpone the ceremony.

'Starting 327 with a new song!' Carey is currently recording new material, and her tell-all memoir I Had A Vision of Love will be published on September 17

‘Starting 327 with a new song!’ Carey is currently recording new material, and her tell-all memoir I Had A Vision of Love will be published on September 17

'I'm so proud and humbled!' The In the Mix songstress was originally scheduled to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame on June 11 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City, but it's unclear if coronavirus will postpone the ceremony

‘I’m so proud and humbled!’ The In the Mix songstress was originally scheduled to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame on June 11 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City, but it’s unclear if coronavirus will postpone the ceremony