From the Hot 100 to the hot tub.

Mariah Carey made a splash again this holiday season, sporting a sequined dress for a snowy dip.

The 52-year-old Queen of Christmas posed for a pic in her signature festive fashion on Wednesday, celebrating her holiday hit “All I Want for Christmas Is You” spending another week at No. 1.

In true Mimi style, she perched on the side of a hot tub for the wintry outdoor shoot, teaming her plunging black Louis Vuitton look with a pair of matching “Cyclone” sunglasses ($855) from the same luxury label.

“Feeling blessed and elated. Another week at #1 on the Hot 100! Thank you Lambily… ‘Love you till the end of time,’” she captioned the post, adding the hashtags “#GetFestive” and “#StayFestive.”

It’s safe to say many fans were “Obsessed” with her outfit, as one commented, “Only Mariah can wear a dress in the pool and look flawless in it,” while another dubbed her “ASPENriah.”

Carey’s never been one to shy away from wearing her festive finery in unconventional locations. Just last week, she added some sparkle to a fast food run by wearing a plunging red gown – covered in crystals, of course – while checking out her Mariah Menu at a McDonald’s in Aspen.

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And mixing pools and plunging dresses has become something of a tradition for the Grammy winner; she wore another shimmering designer gown in the hot tub during a trip to the Dominican Republic in January 2020, and while ringing in 2017 a few years ago.

One blinged-out outfit she won’t be taking swimming, however? The gold Dolce & Gabbana gown she wore for her Apple TV+ holiday special this year.  She said in a recent appearance on Lorraine that it weighed in at about 60 pounds, and required “six grown men” to carry its elaborate train

By Mike Francis

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