This is how Mariah Carey spends her money like a true diva

Posted on November 29 2016 , at 01:04 pm
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  • Her make-up artist earns more money than a United States astronaut!

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Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey loves the hedonistic life and she does not hide it. Recently, her ex husband Nick Cannon was on a radio show and he disclosed that when he and Mariah had arguments during their marriage, she would sigh and say, ‘You know I could be with a billionaire, right?

True to her words when that marriage ended, she moved on to a billionaire. That relationship also ended, and the billionaire in question, James Packer, was reported to have complained about the high maintenance lifestyle Mariah lives. If a billionaire couldn’t cope, what exactly does Mariah spend on?

E! followed her through the course of one day to find out exactly how she spends money. It will make your eyes water.

$250,000: Average rent for the Calabasas mansion she lives in. It comes with eight bedrooms, a movie theater, an elevator, a wine tasting room and a sauna.

$6,000: Average one-way trip on a private jet from Las Vegas to Los Angeles. She has a weekly residency show in Vegas.

$35,000: One night at the Nobu Villa at the Nobu Hotel in Ceasars Palace, Las Vegas.

$1,500: Cost of dinner for eight at Craig’s restaurant in West Hollywood. It’s a hot celebrity spot and Mariah Carey is no exception. This bill includes delicacies like truffle bolognese, filet mignon and $440 bottles of champagne.

$1,400: Nightly rental cost of vacation home in Aspen. She reportedly rented two different houses on holiday there this year.

$340,000: Weekly cost of renting a mega yacht on the Italian coast. That’s where she spent most of the summer.

$19,000: The price of her beauty team per appearance. She pays her hair $9,600; $7,000 goes to her makeup artist and $2,400 to her manicurist.

For context, if her make-up artist have more than 10 beauty sessions with her in a year, the make-up artist will make more than a US astronaut who earns $70,000 per year.

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