Mariah Carey hits all the wrong keys during Asian tour opener in Tokyo
Looks like Mariah Carey has lost her mojo.
The 44-year-old singer failed to hit the right tones when she kick-started her Asian leg of the Elusive Chanteuse World Tour in Tokyo on Friday (Oct 3).
And it broke the hearts of thousands of her fans who had thronged the Makuhair Messe Arena.
Fans reportedly made comments like "It's a wrap for Mariah Carey's singing career. You're a legend. Time to retire. She can't sing anymore at all. What happened?" after her concert.
One fan took to the social media to express her disappointment many times.
According to Mail Online, the mother-of-two stumbled as she performed We Belong Together.
Carey then tried to continue her performance of the song before she gave up half way and told the crowd: "Wait a minute. I can't go on."
There was no word on what she did after that.
The Hero singer is set to perform here at the National Stadium on Oct 24 as part of her Southeast Asian tour.
Check out this snippet from her concert in Tokyo:
Remember when Carey used to perform like this?
Yes, ladies and gentleman, seems like that high-pitched vocal queen is soon becoming a thing of the past.
Sources: Mail Online, Twitter and YouTube