Mariah Carey was feeling all the love on her birthday as she was inundated with messages from around the world to mark the special day.
What's more, the award-winning singer decided to take the plunge - quite literally - into her 54th year, with a fun new video posted on Instagram.
In the below video, Mariah reveals her bravery as she jumps into the ocean, looking fabulous in a hot pink wetsuit. Comments from her fans included: "You are so brave!" and "What a legend!" as well as "That is such a high jump!"
Mariah received well wishes from a swarm of famous faces too, including Kris Jenner, Jennifer Hudson and Kerry Washington.
As well as her devoted fans, Mariah no doubt received some birthday love from her twins too.
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The All I Want For Christmas Is You hitmaker is a doting mom to 11-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan, who she shares with ex-husband Nick Cannon.
The pair have remained on good terms since their split. "We'll always be a family," Nick previously said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "We make the kids the number one priority, for them to see their parents together and for everybody to get along and have a good time."
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Meanwhile, Mariah opened up about co-parenting with Nick, claiming "it's not that hard to make it work." She told ET: "He's a good guy. It's not that hard to make it work. Now we can laugh, and joke, and do the good parts of when we had a relationship."
When asked about her children, the singer replied; "I love them so much. I mean, there are no words for me to really explain it." It sounds like Monroe and Moroccan - who stole the show during her All I Want For Christmas performance at the Thanksgiving Parade in November - are the best of friends too.
"They love each other and are best friends, but [now] they'll do things without each other," Mariah told People in 2018. "I just hope they maintain that for the rest of their lives. There's nothing like the bond that they share."
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