Mariah Carey likes to show off her body. It's just a fact. The lady prefers skintight dresses, loads of cleavage and leg-baring hemlines. And she will not be thwarted by rain, snow, personal crises or family-filled holiday celebrations. Most recently, for example, she showed up to an Easter party in a scrap of pink fabric. That's only one sexy seasonal outfit plucked from a lifetime full of them, though. Here, a walk through Mariah's holiday closet.


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Easter, for example, connotes fluffy bunnies, pastel eggs and children in search of baskets filled with fake grass and chocolate. For Mariah, it is all those things plus a light pink tube dress which she wore while draping herself over her husband, who was in some sort of bunny suit.


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Or take Thanksgiving, traditionally a time to indulge in copious amounts of turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes. On such day you'll likely find Mariah posing in her kitchen in a low-cut spandex dress that certainly doesn't allow room for seconds. Note the pot filled with some sort of sauce that she's stirring, seductively, while just off-camera a personal chef is no doubt waiting to resume his or her duties.


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Let's not forget Halloween, which provides all sorts of options for the singer. She's appeared as a sexy angel, a sexy mermaid—even a sexy Famous Amos cookie. The possibilities are endless!

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Next best to Halloween is Christmas, the most wonderful time of the year to dress up as an erotic version of Santa Claus while tormenting a pubescent Justin Bieber. It's also the perfect opportunity to show off your butt while trimming the tree.

Valentine's Day

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Of course, it wouldn't be Valentine's Day for Mariah without a second-skin red dress, as she proved with a few private photos of her night out with husband Nick Cannon.

New Year's Eve

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What better way to ring in New Year's Eve than by dressing as the ball itself?