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Mariah Carey says she hated being a judge on "American Idol," joking that the experience was like "going to work every day in Hell with Satan."
The 43-year-old pop star left the FOX singing competition series earlier this year after one season. She served as a co-judge alongside veteran cast member Randy Jackson, her longtime associate who has since also left the show, and country singer Keith Urban and hip-hop artist Nicki Minaj, who joined -- and left -- the series when she did.
Mariah Carey treated fans to a personal new song, titled "The Art of Letting Go," on Facebook on Nov. 11. The full track can be heard below.
Carey, who was treated at a Los Angeles hospital during the summer for injuries endured on the set of the remix music video for the song "#Beautiful," premiered "The Art of Letting Go" on her official Facebook page, calling it a personal record.
Mariah Carey wore bedazzled and fuzzy slings at the 2013 MLB All-Star Charity Concert, benefiting Hurricane Sandy relief efforts, in New York City's Central Park on July 13, 2013.
The pop star had recently suffered injuries to her shoulder and rib after falling off of a platform during a music video shoot.
After Mariah Carey revealed she would "sporting a very fashionable sling" following a shoulder injury, the pop star performed on stage with her new accessory -- three of them.
She sang with the New York Philharmonic at the 2013 MLB All-Star Charity Concert, benefiting survivors of Hurricane Sandy, in Central Park on Saturday, July 13, wearing a black, feathery sling cover and two white ones -- one studded and one fuzzy. Assistants helped her switch between the two on stage. See more PHOTOS of Mariah Carey wearing her slings on stage.
Mariah Carey has shared a photo of herself from a hospital bed, sporting a "very fashionable sling," a day after it was revealed she was taken to a medical center after suffering injuries on a music video shoot.
The pop star had fallen off of a platform while filming a clip for a remix version of her song "#Beautiful" with rapper Young Jeezy. Her husband and the video's director, Nick Cannon, said on NBC's "Today" show on Tuesday, July 9, that she dislocated her shoulder, cracked a rib, chipped her shoulder bone and then quickly returned to work.
The injuries Mariah Carey suffered on the set of her new music video were more serious than what was reported, her husband Nick Cannon says, adding that the pop star was "such a trooper" and quickly returned to work from the hospital.
Cannon, host of NBC's "America's Got Talent," talked about his wife's condition during an interview on the network's "Today" show on Tuesday, July 9, to . Carey's rep had said a day earlier that the singer and former "American Idol" judge was hospitalized over the weekend after injuring her shoulder while filming a music video for a remix version of her song "#Beautiful" with rapper Young Jeezy. Cannon directed it.
Mariah Carey is gearing up to deliver new music -- just not quite yet.
The veteran songstress, 43, was set to release her 14th studio album, "The Art of Letting Go," on July 23. The Grammy winning singer took to her official Twitter account to let her fans know that she needs more time to perfect the record.
Mariah Carey has left "American Idol" after serving as a judge for one season and also plans to go on a world tour, which would mark her first in almost three years.
Her departure from the FOX singing competition series comes weeks after veteran star Randy Jackson announced his own exit. There was no immediate comment from the network.