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Oct 04, 2016 07:34 AM EDT

Mariah Carey’s Cameo Saves The Day on ‘Empire’ [VIDEO]

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The right time has come for "Empire" viewers to rejoice and get merry because the one and the only diva superstar, Mariah Carey has arrived to one of the most popular music industry soap of today. Carey, is going to save everyone's day, or at least save the poor situation of PTSD-stricken Jamal (Jussie Smollet) to get on his feet and get comfortable to perform once again.

The glamorous star posted a sneak peak of her cameo on the series as a mega-star singer named Kitty. Wherein the Lyon family tries to get enlisted to grab a chance to sing a duet together with Jamal, for him to be able to get away with his anxiety and stage fright, according to E! News.

The teaser clip showcases everything that you expect Ms. Carey to be, just like a super-fabulous studio look without the pants on (because to be honest, any scenario where people let go of their pants is such an amazing treat that even wearing with an extra-tight bodysuit doesn't get on par with being pants-less ha!) while toying with a gorgeous gentleman (oh, Andre) and a teaser on the usual, but still oh-so-amazing-to-hear Mariah Carey signature voice, as reported by XNUG.tv.

In the newest episode, the character of Cookie played by Taraji P. Henson asks for a big favor to Kitty for her to be able to help Jamal with his inability to perform, while Andre played by Trai Byers gets himself into some kind of trouble. Cookie and Lucious,played by Terrence Howard, still have their heads butting and Hakeem, played by Bryshere Yazz Gray, engage into a fight with the novice newbie named Gram, played by Romeo Miller, over a girl named Tiana's (Serayah)attention. And with romance being on the air, October 5's episode will showcase the heat that builds up between Cookie and Angelo (Taye Diggs).

The newest episode of "Empire" hits the TV screens on Wednesday, 9 in the evening on Fox. 

 

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