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If she’s going to stay slim and sober you may aswell close this thread! 

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Yea, never gonna happen :lol:

As you were, Moo!

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That'll do Pig. 

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On 1/12/2018 at 3:29 AM, ctg12 said:

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Where's the KFC button?

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A gastric sleeve isn’t going to help keep that weight off for long when you drink most of your calories...

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22 hours ago, Toni said:

Yea, never gonna happen :lol:

As you were, Moo!

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On 14/1/2018 at 8:56 AM, LSD said:

 

This is what she's reduced to nowadays; a meme used and understood only by internet gays. That and a christmas song from 25 years ago.

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Mariah Carey tried to pass the buck on South American promoters, laying the blame on them for her canceled 'Sweet Sweet Fantasy' gigs ... according to a countersuit they've just filed.

The promoter, Fenix, says it arranged for Mariah to play 2 shows on her tour -- one in Argentina and one in Chile ... but she pulled out. The "why" is what sparked this legal war. Mariah's company initially sued Fenix, claiming it didn't pay her for the shows and damaged her brand.

But according to the new docs, obtained by TMZ, Fenix says it had paid Mariah nearly 75% of what she was due for the concerts -- $703,100. The promoter says that was standard ops based on previous deals with Mariah's camp. 

In the suit, Fenix says it believes the real reason Mariah bailed is because she had low ticket sales at 3 shows in Brazil. Further, Fenix says Mariah defamed them when she tweeted to her nearly 17 million followers at the time ... her fans "deserve better than how some of these promoters treated them."

The company is suing for at least $3 million. Mariah's lawsuit against Fenix is still pending.

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