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Mariah Carey titillates pregnant Blac Chyna onstage in Las Vegas

Published 27/06/2016

Mariah Carey
Mariah Carey

The superstar makes the pregnant model's night out in Sin City extra special.

Mariah Carey wowed fans in Las Vegas on Saturday night (25Jun16) by inviting pregnant Blac Chyna onstage to join her for a lap dance.

Rob Kardashian's fiancee was in the audience for Mariah's #1 to Infinity residency concert, and when the mum-to-be was picked to be part of the show she appeared more than a little excited.

The 28-year-old sat down on a prop bed as one of Carey’s male dancers blindfolded her.

The pop superstar then kicked off a sexy rendition of her hit Touch My Body, joking that Blac Chyna's appearance had sent fans into a frenzy.

"You're so awesome, they don’t know what to do!" she chuckled as she fanned the model with a pink feather.

"It was truly a honor to grace the stage with Mariah tonight," Chyna later captioned an Instagram video of the epic moment. "The show was amazing & she was gorgeous!"

Carey has made a habit of bringing celebrities onstage during her Sin City residency, and she thrilled another model, Chrissy Teigen, earlier this month (Jun16), when she invited her husband John Legend to join her on the stage bed, as his wife watched from the audience.

The new mum later wrote: "Mariah pulled @johnlegend on stage at her Vegas show and as a lamb (fan), I have never been so happy. There is no Mariah song I don’t know the words to and I may have cried but whatever I LOVE YOU @MARIAHCAREY thank yo for this amazing night for me and my family!!”

Meanwhile, Mariah raised eyebrows after the show when she turned up for her first DJ gig at 1 Oak nightclub wearing a sexy butt-bearing costume.

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