On Monday (November 19), Mariah Carey stopped by Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen to promote her new album, Caution, and one of her devoted lambs admitted to a stunt he pulled to meet her.

"Darling, I have to apologize," the fan confessed after calling in to the late night show. "I faked a marriage proposal once at your Vegas show and you were so sweet and invited us backstage. I didn't know how [else] to get your attention."

"You really faked it?" Mariah asked, shocked.

"I did darling," he admitted. "I felt horrible lying to you, but I had to."

"You know what? I can't believe you did that but I ain't mad atcha. I ain't mad atcha," the diva responded, brushing it off. "So you're not married?" she asked, just to clarify.

"Oh no, darling. Oh no!" he sassily replied.

"Even more reason I ain't mad atcha," she said with a shrug.

He then asked her if the scathing "GTFO" was directed at a particular person, and she dished on the song's origin.

During the same interview, the pop star spilled the tea on collaborating with Cardi B and Lil Kim.

Watch Mariah's full interview with Andy Cohen below, and look out for the call from the desperate lamb at the 2:20 mark.

 

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