{Buzz} 2015’s Las Vegas Strip: MARIAH CAREY, JANET JACKSON, RICKY MARTIN, LIONEL RICHIE & DIANA ROSS Penciled in For CAESARS & VENETIAN Residencies

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Say what you want to say about Mariah, she still gets her way.

Although Miss Christmas’ Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree lighting went on (but not without incident—considering 82nd Annual Rockefeller Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremonythe fact that she missed soundcheck the night before the live taping of the NBC show, reason given: holed up in a hotel room negotiating over details of her custody agreement for “Dem Babies”)-she still delivered “All I Want for Christmas Is You” as promised.

mariah number oneAnd despite the fact that the number one Number Ones pop diva received mixed reviews during her recent “The Elusive  Chanteus Show” mini-tour throughout Asia while currently going through a painful divorce; the game  don’t stop, and neither did the fame for this dame.

So what’s a girl to do when going through all that she’s going through:

Throw herself into her work and work it, right?

Well reportedly Mariah will be added to the growing list of songbirds that took residence as Caesars Palace along the Las Vegas strip including Cher, Britney Spears, Bette Midler, and Celine Dion.

According to reports, Carey’s deal is supposed to be worth more than Britney Spears’ two-year, $30 million dollar contract where Mariah is slated to hit the strip before the 2015 holiday season.

Venetian Vegas 2015CaesarsIn direct competition with the superstar lineup over at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace, rumor has it that early spring superstars: Diana Ross, Janet Jackson, Lionel Richie and Ricky Martin will be getting mini residencies on the strip in the Venetian theater where it is said that just last week, the four powerhouse performers signed on in principle for the string of concerts slated to be held at the Venetian.

VenetianCreated for “Phantom: The Las Vegas Spectacular,” the Venetian is also where Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s residency too place for “Soul2Soul” show.