Mariah Carey Is On A Salmon And Capers Diet

November 30, 2016 / Posted by:

Forget everything you thought you knew about health, wellness, and weight loss because Mariah Carey is about to take us all back to school. Borrowing from the Scandinavian edition of Karl Lagerfeld’s Restrictive Recipes, Mimi recently told E! News that her diet consists of salmon and capers and only salmon and capers. Sounds, uh, great…

You absolutely want to watch the full video of Mimi because she is in her full glory right now, henny. She didn’t drop a single “dahling” in this interview and she didn’t need to; her whole body from toe to tip read OVER IT in the most fabulous way.

“It’s really hard. My diet, you would hate it,” Carey told E! News recently while promoting the Dec. 4 premiere of her new E! docs-series Mariah’s World. “All you eat is Norwegian salmon and capers every day. That’s it.”

She clarified that she tries to focus on making sure she’s eating “the proteins” and that she hates it. This is basically what I imagined Mimi had been feeding her very expensive, purebred asshole cat that she may or may not own. When you start getting specific about the origin of your salmon you’re definitely in a tax bracket I do not share. But Lord, greasy fish and salty little berry things for every meal? Doesn’t sound like you’re getting the full range of vitamins and minerals, but what do I know? I ate a pan of Rice Krispie Treats last week.

I’m not sure we can say for sure that she ever lost it, but if she did, Mimi has definitely gotten her groove back now. Just LOOK at these pictures of her (finally) out and proud with her hot young back-up dancer boy toy. Tits! Stunts! Ennui!

Pic: E!

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