I'm Obsessed With Mariah Carey In The Reflection Of A Window Literally Being The Mom From “Mean Girls”

Somehow the other day I found myself repeatedly watching this video that Mariah Carey uploaded of her kids singing some spirit chant.

Instagram: @mariahcarey

And upon the 13th consecutive viewing, I noticed something that I hadn’t noticed before. It was the elusive chanteuse herself, Mariah Carey, in the reflection of the window.

Just barely seen, but definitely there.

And she wasn’t just standing there taking a video of her kid. She was apparently replicating the moves and/or coaching from off screen.

Look at reflection Mariah dance!!!

Look at reflection Mariah knowing the choreography.

Reflection Mariah is always performing.

We know reflection Mariah. We love reflection Mariah. Reflection Mariah IS the cool mom from Mean Girls.

In conclusion, thank you reflection Mariah for everything you do. Bye!

Cardi B Doing ASMR Is The Only Thing You Need To Watch Today

If you don’t here’s a quick explanation: ASMR stands for “autonomous sensory meridian response,” it’s meant to relax you and there’s a huge community particularly on YouTube.

According to Vox, “Many people describe the feeling as “tingles” that run through the back of someone’s head and spine. Others say the feeling is deeply relaxing, and can even cause them to fall asleep.”

Kim Kardashian Had To “Give Up Her Independence” To Be With Kanye West

She said: “I think being with a man like Kanye, you have to learn how to be a little bit not-so-independent. I’ve always been so independent and working and [had a] schedule, and when you get married and have a husband that has their career and then have kids, your independence — you have to let it go. I had to learn that being with a man like Kanye.”

We've Been Saying This Part On Destiny's Child's “Say My Name” Wrong For Almost 20 Years Now

He also produced Sam Smith’s most popular version of “Stay With Me,” for which he won this shiny Grammy he’s holding. On the singer’s digital EP, “the strings on the album version have been replaced with a soft, minimal church organ, emphasizing the gospel elements of the track,” according to Billboard. “The mix also spotlights Smith’s soulful in-studio backing band, making the song sound more like a single performance than the result of studio engineering.” The Recording Academy nominated the digital EP version over the album version.