AceShowbiz - Mariah Carey fans helped get her 2008 album "E=MC2" back to the top of the U.S. iTunes Album Chart thanks to a hashtag campaign on Twitter.
Carey's fans have frequently used social media to get the diva's previous releases back in the charts - back in 2018, the #JusticeForGlitter trend saw the star's soundtrack album top the U.S. iTunes rundown, while the singers fanbase - known as the Lambily - also rallied to get her holiday classic "All I Want for Christmas is You" to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 last year - giving Carey her 19th U.S. number one.
On Monday, April 27, fans once again scored a success, seeing "E=MC2", which topped the Billboard 200 upon its initial release and spawned hits including "Touch My Body" and "Bye Bye", back to the top of the download chart.
Upon waking up to the news, Mariah wrote on Twitter, "What is going on?????" along with a string of various emojis. She added, "So OVERWHELMED by this moment! Thank you #lambily for always lifting my spirits and giving me life.. Love you forever."
The star went on to tease she planned to "celebrate" the accomplishment with a "singing moment," and asked fans to send requests from the album for her to perform.
Mariah released her most recent album, "Caution", in 2018.