Mariah Carey began her Las Vegas residency on Wednesday night (May 6th) in true diva style, treating fans to all 18 of her US number one hits as well as new single ‘Infinity’. But along with the singer’s impressive back catalogue, the audience were also given a full on Vegas spectacular, featuring six costume changes from Mariah, a jet ski and a revolving bed.

Mariah CareyMariah performed her 18 number one hits on the opening night of her Vegas residency.

Mariah opened the show with her first chart-topper, 1990 power ballad ‘Vision of Love’ dressed in a sequin gown featuring one of the singer’s trademark plunging necklines. Although tickets had been reported to not be selling as well as hoped, opening night did see a full house for the songstress at the 4,100 capacity Caesars Palace venue.

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Moving on to 1992 hit ‘Dreamlover’ the singer reemerged in a a custom pink convertible named Mariah (because what else) as her 10 backing dancers moved around her. For the performance of 1997 hit ‘Honey’ the props got even more impressive as she boarded a yellow jet ski while wearing an embellished leotard and gold strappy heels.

2008’s ‘Touch My Body’ saw the singer performing on top of a revolving circular bed, while dressed in an ornate pink ruffled gown. The show’s elaborate set design featured a giant butterfly, Mariah’s trademark symbol, which changed throughout the evening.

Mariah ended the night with her latest release ‘Infinity’ after which a confetti cannon showered the crowd. Although some may have doubted if Mariah still had the vocals to pull off her biggest hits, on opening night the pop diva proved to both fans and critics she really can still hit the high notes when it matters.

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‘Mariah #1 To Infinity’ continues at the The Colosseum in Caesars Palace with three performances a week scheduled in May and July. Tickets cost between $55 to $250.