Here's who's lined up for 'Mariah Carey's Magical Christmas Special' on Apple TV+
What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has shared the list of people who will be part of "Mariah Carey's Magical Christmas Special."
It wouldn't be (almost) Christmas without someone wheeling Mariah Carey out for her annual appearance and this year it's Apple TV+ that gets the honor. "Mariah Carey's Magical Christmas Special" will debut on Apple TV+ this December 4 and now w know who will be invited.
As expected, it's a who's who of the celebrity world.
Santa’s nice list or @MariahCarey’s guest list for #MariahsMagicalChristmas? Find out December 4 only on Apple TV+ https://t.co/lewdENpGlF pic.twitter.com/S37ZIfk0G2Santa’s nice list or @MariahCarey’s guest list for #MariahsMagicalChristmas? Find out December 4 only on Apple TV+ https://t.co/lewdENpGlF pic.twitter.com/S37ZIfk0G2— Apple TV (@AppleTV) November 18, 2020November 18, 2020
I've heard of some of those people.
There is, of course, an Apple Music component here as well. There's a new song and music video that'll be available on Apple Music on December 4 while December 7 will see an exclusive interview with the singer.
Good stuff. Now. Where can I watch The Grinch?
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