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Go Inside Mariah Carey's Fabulous Life in New "Infinity" Video

A typical day for the Las Vegas diva includes hanging out in gorgeous gowns and meeting dudes on Match.com

Update (6/2): If you're a human being, you've wondered what a day in the life of Mariah Carey might be like. The Las Vegas diva is here to give a little insight in her new "Infinity" video.

According to the visual, Mimi typically starts her day walking out of her fabulous hotel room to see her own face on a Caesers Palace billboard—casual. She starts getting ready inside a massive closet (spoiler alert: there's a ton of gowns) and gets her makeup done with two assistants (a diva needs her glam squad!).

The video gets a little sillier as Mariah spends some downtime lounging on her couch in a sparkly gown while chatting with dudes on Match.com and, of course, the guy who brings a puppy to their date gets to drive off with the famous animal lover. While it might seem ridiculous, this very well might be Mariah's real life...and who are we to judge?

Unfortunately, the original scenes of Mariah gorgeously hanging in lingerie were cut from the final take, but you can still watch them via a teaser clip below.

Original Story (5/18): Mariah Carey nailed the debut TV performance of "Infinity" at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards last night and now she's hitting fans with a one-two punch by unveiling the new single's video teaser.

Watch the clip above as Mariah defies time, looking gorgeous with soft makeup, tousled locks and light-pink lingerie. Mimi's seen drawing the infinity symbol on her vanity mirror before wiping it away with a smile, keeping with the song's lighthearted sentiment.

To date, "Infinity" has peaked at a lowly No. 82 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. But with a new Las Vegas residency, the lack of chart success probably doesn't bother Mariah. It sure doesn't phase L.A. Reid aka the label exec who resurrected her career with The Emancipation of Mimi and signed her to new label Epic. He recently spoke to Billboard about his expectations for the single:

"Mariah Carey made her first hit record in 1991. To even be on the radio at this point in her career is a huge accomplishment, because radio doesn't cater to veteran artists or legends. Nobody that put out records 25 years ago is going to have a No.1 Not PaulStevieBruceMick or Keith. Not Prince, not anyone. So if she can get on the radio, we've done damn good. Would we like to have a No. 1? F*ck yeah, I'm greedy. But it's not realistic."

While we're not going to say Reid has a bad attitude, there's still a part of us that thinks Mariah's got (at least) one more No. 1 in her. Maybe it's not "Infinity," but the girl's bound to have at least another smash.

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