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The official announcement came on Sunday, September 16 with exec producer Simon Fuller saying the new line-up shows that the 'star power has never been so great'.
The 'Heartbreaker' singer is joined by Rick Ross and Meek Mill to deliver her song 'Triumphant', while the 'Don't Speak' hitmakers cater the audience with their performance of 'Settle Down'.
Yeezy is allegedly interested but still unsure if the show fits him, while Carey is said to be mad when learning that Nicki Minaj is close to join her as a judge.
The 'Touch My Body' hitmaker also joins Rozay and the crowd to cheer on Mill who plays a boxer, before she takes the ring to sing.
The sneak peek sees Mariah Carey, Rozay and DJ Khaled cheering on their homie, Meek Mill, as he fights his opponent in a boxing ring.
The 'My All' songstress and the 'Don't Speak' hitmakers will perform at a live pre-game show on September 5, while Cee-Lo Green is recording a new song for the intro to 'Thursday Night Football'.
'Working with Ross and Meek on the same record was incredible... I think the contrast of [Ross'] voice and mine would be something special and Meek adds an excitement,' Mariah says of the new single.
The 30-second preview features Meek Mill rapping his part, followed by the 'My All' songstress who belts out the inspirational lines.
'I am so excited to be joining Idol... I can't wait to get started in a couple months,' so the 'We Belong Together' hitmaker says via phone after it's announced that she'll be a new judge on the show.
Mariah Carey has announced that her collaboration with Rick Ross and Meek Mill will come out in early August.
The 'My All' hitmaker is reportedly finalizing a deal to join the show, while the 'Good Girl' songstress and other 'Idol' alums such as Taylor Hicks and Clay Aiken may have been contacted by FOX.
The wife of Nick Cannon will join the likes of Al Green and Snoop Dogg as a BMI Icon Award recipient.
As Jackson is rumored to leave the judging panel, Carey is said to be in serious talks with 'Idol' producers to fill the vacant seat on the FOX singing competition show.
Roaming the city alone, the 'Whip My Hair' hitmaker sings about staying true to herself though people often criticize her look.
Mariah introduces the segment by sharing her memories of her late friend Whitney Houston, before Monica, Brandy, Cissy and Chaka Khan take turn to sing on stage.