Mariah Carey Gets A Blowback

Mariah Carey
Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey’s bid to copyright the phrase “Queen of Christmas” has caused some women to feel insulted.

Mariah Carey expresses a desire that her Christmas song “All I Want for Christmas Is You” be performed for a longer period. A renowned Christmas singer named Elizabeth Chan has complained, stating that the name should be restricted so that no one else can use it.

Mariah Carey Gets Blowback From Darlene

In 2021, Elizabeth put out an album with the same name as the title track: “Queen of Christmas.” No one should have as much influence on the winter holiday season as Carey does. Not appropriate. Everyone gets into the holiday spirit around this time of year. It should not be owned but rather shared by multiple people.

It is not just the music business either She divulged her plan to register a trademark for a variety of products, including but not limited to apparel, alcoholic beverages, masks, and dog collars. If you crochet one, you should indeed be allowed to sell a sweater labeled “queen of Christmas” on Etsy. It is incredible how many people have joined up for this.

In 1963, Darlene Love gave a performance of “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home),” and she is also quite concerned about this.

Is it true that Mariah Carey is the only artist worthy of being called the “Queen of Christmas”? In what specific ways does this manifest itself? She posed the question on Facebook. “David Letterman declared me Queen of Christmas 30 years ago, one year before Mariah Carey released ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You,’ and I’ve no ideas of changing at the age of 81,” she said.  

From 1986 up until 2014, Darlene performed her pop single on the Late Show with David Letterman practically every year.

She screamed, “I have worked hard for it, and I am still able to hit those notes!” In the event that Mariah needs assistance, please get in touch with David or my lawyer.