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Mariah Carey Billboards Banned For Being ‘Too Sexy’

Mariah Carey Jupiters Gold Coast Show 2013: Photo Gerry Nicholls

Mariah Carey Billboards Banned For Being ‘Too Sexy’

by Music-News.com

Billboards advertising Mariah Carey’s Las Vegas residency have reportedly been banned from two California airports for being too provocative.

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