Mariah Carey videography

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Mariah Carey at the premiere of Tennessee in April 2008

American singer Mariah Carey has been featured in 100 music videos, 7 home videos, 9 films, and 6 television shows throughout her career.

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Album Director
1990 "Vision of Love" Mariah Carey Bojan Bazelli[1]
"Vision of Love" (Channel 4 Version)
"Love Takes Time" Jeb Brien
Walter Maser[2]
"Someday" (New 7" Jackswing) Larry Jordan[2]
"Someday" (New 12" Jackswing)
1991 "I Don't Wanna Cry"
"I Don't Wanna Cry" (Director's Cut)
"I Don't Wanna Cry" (Alternative Version)
"There's Got to Be a Way"
"Emotions" Emotions Jeff Preiss[2]
"Emotions" (12" Club Mix)
"Can't Let Go" Jim Sonzero[2]
1992 "Make It Happen" Marcus Nispel[2]
"I'll Be There" MTV Unplugged Larry Jordan[2]
"If It's Over" Emotions
1993 "Dreamlover" Music Box Diane Martel[2]
"Hero" Larry Jordan[2]
1994 "Without You"
"Anytime You Need a Friend" Danielle Federici[2]
"Anytime You Need a Friend" (C+C Video Edit)
"Endless Love" (with Luther Vandross) Songs Big TV! (Studio Version) / Jeb Brien (Live Version)
"All I Want for Christmas Is You" Merry Christmas Diane Martel[2]
"All I Want for Christmas Is You" (1960s version)
"Miss You Most (At Christmas Time)"
"Joy to the World" Larry Jordan
1995 "Fantasy" Daydream Mariah Carey
"Fantasy" (Bad Boy Remix, featuring O.D.B.)
"One Sweet Day" (with Boyz II Men) Larry Jordan[2]
"Joy to the World" (Celebration Mix) Merry Christmas Irv Gotti
"Forever" Daydream Larry Jordan[2]
1996 "Open Arms"
"El Amor Que Soñé"
"Always Be My Baby" Mariah Carey[2]
"Always Be My Baby" (Mr. Dupri Mix, featuring Da Brat and Xscape)
1997 "Honey" Butterfly Paul Hunter[2]
"Honey" (Bad Boy Remix, featuring Puff Daddy, The Lox and Mase) Paul Hunter, Mariah Carey
"Butterfly" Mariah Carey, Daniel Pearl[2]
1998 "Breakdown" (featuring Bone Thugs-n-Harmony) Mariah Carey, Diane Martel[2]
"The Roof" (featuring Mobb Deep) single release
"My All" Butterfly Herb Ritts[2]
"My All/Stay Awhile" (featuring Jermaine Dupri, Lord Tariq and Peter Gunz) single release Diane Martel
"Whenever You Call" Butterfly
"Sweetheart" (Jermaine Dupri featuring Mariah Carey) #1's Hype Williams[2]
"When You Believe" (with Whitney Houston) Phil Joanou
"When You Believe" (with Whitney Houston) (Church/NBC Version)
1999 "I Still Believe" Brett Ratner
"I Still Believe/Pure Imagination" (Damizza Remix, featuring Krayzie Bone and Da Brat) single release Mariah Carey
"Heartbreaker" (featuring Jay-Z) Rainbow Brett Ratner
"Heartbreaker" (featuring Jay-Z) (Channel 4 Version)
"Heartbreaker" (Remix, featuring Da Brat, Missy Elliott and DJ Clue) Diane Martel[citation needed]
"Thank God I Found You" (featuring Joe and 98 Degrees) Brett Ratner[citation needed]
"Thank God I Found You" (featuring Joe and 98 Degrees) (Homecoming Version) N/A
"Thank God I Found You" (Make It Last Remix, featuring Joe and Nas) Sanaa Hamri[citation needed]
2000 "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)" (Solo version) Paul Misbehoven
"Against All Odds" (Duet version, with Westlife) Coast to Coast Bill Boatman & P. Snyde
2001 "Can't Take That Away (Mariah's Theme)" (First version) Rainbow Sanaa Hamri[citation needed]
"Can't Take That Away (Mariah's Theme)" (Second version)
"Crybaby" (featuring Snoop Dogg)
"All I Want for Christmas Is You" (So So Def Remix, featuring Jermaine Dupri and Bow Wow) Greatest Hits Kris Kringle[citation needed]
"O Holy Night" (2001) Merry Christmas
"Loverboy" (featuring Cameo) Glitter David LaChapelle[3]
"Loverboy" (Remix, featuring Da Brat, Ludacris, Shawnna and Twenty II)
"Never Too Far" Vondie Curtis-Hall[citation needed]
"Don't Stop (Funkin' 4 Jamaica)" (featuring Mystikal) Sanaa Hamri[citation needed]
"Last Night A DJ Saved My Life"
2002 "Through The Rain" Charmbracelet David Meyers[citation needed]
2003 "Boy (I Need You)" (featuring Cam'ron) Joseph Kahn[citation needed]
"Bringin' On the Heartbreak" Sanaa Hamri[citation needed]
"Bringin' On The Heartbreak" (Long Version)
I Know What You Want" (Busta Rhymes featuring Mariah Carey and Flipmode Squad) Chris Robinson
2004 U Make Me Wanna" (Jadakiss featuring Mariah Carey) Kiss of Death Sanaa Hamri
2005 "It's Like That" (featuring Jermaine Dupri and Fatman Scoop) The Emancipation of Mimi Brett Ratner
"We Belong Together"
"Shake It Off" Jake Nava[citation needed]
"Get Your Number" (featuring Jermaine Dupri)
"Don't Forget About Us" Paul Hunter[citation needed]
"Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town" (Anniversary Mix) Merry Christmas (2005 DualDisc) Mark Gravas
2006 "Say Somethin'" (featuring Snoop Dogg) The Emancipation of Mimi Paul Hunter
2007 "Don't Forget About Us" (Desert Storm Remix, featuring Styles P, Fabolous and DJ Clue) Fidel Cashflow 2006: The New Regime DJ Clue
"Lil' L.O.V.E." (Bone Thugs-n-Harmony featuring Mariah Carey and Bow Wow) Strength & Loyalty Chris Robinson[citation needed]
2008 "Touch My Body" E=MC² Brett Ratner[citation needed]
"Bye Bye" Justin Francis[citation needed]
"I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time" (Remix, featuring T.I.) Chris Applebaum
"I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time" (iTunes/Solo Version)
"I Stay in Love" Nick Cannon
"Right to Dream" Tennessee soundtrack Aaron Woodley[citation needed]
"Hero" (2009 version) The Ballads N/A
2009 "My Love" (The-Dream featuring Mariah Carey) Love vs. Money Nick Cannon[citation needed]
"Love Story" E=MC²
"Obsessed" Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel Brett Ratner[citation needed]
"Obsessed" (Remix, featuring Gucci Mane)
"I Want to Know What Love Is" Hype Williams
"H.A.T.E.U." Brett Ratner
2010 "Up Out My Face" (Remix, featuring Nicki Minaj)[4] Angels Advocate (unreleased) Nick Cannon, Mariah Carey
"Angels Cry" (Remix, featuring Ne-Yo)[4]
"100%" AT&T Team USA Soundtrack N/A
"Everybody Hurts" (as part of Helping Haiti) single release Joseph Kahn[citation needed]
"Oh Santa!" Merry Christmas II You Ethan Lader[citation needed]
"Oh Santa!" (HSN promotional version) N/A
"O Come All Ye Faithful/Hallelujah Chorus" N/A
"Charlie Brown Christmas" (HSN promo) N/A
"Auld Lang Syne (The New Year's Anthem)" (Fireworks Version) N/A
"When Christmas Comes" N/A
2011 "When Christmas Comes" (Remix, featuring John Legend) N/A
"All I Want for Christmas Is You (SuperFestive!)" (Shazam Version, with Justin Bieber) Under the Mistletoe Sanaa Hamri
2012 "Triumphant (Get 'Em)" (featuring Rick Ross and Meek Mill) single release Nick Cannon[5]
"Christmas Time Is In The Air Again" (Lyric Video) Merry Christmas II You Danielle Charles
2013 "Almost Home" Oz the Great and Powerful single release David LaChapelle [3]
"#Beautiful" (featuring Miguel) Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse Joseph Kahn
"#Beautiful" (Explicit version, featuring Miguel)
"#Hermosa" (featuring Miguel) single release
2014 "You're Mine (Eternal)" Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse Indrani, Carey
"You're Mine (Eternal)" (Remix, featuring Trey Songz) single release
2015 "Infinity" (Lyric Video) #1 To Infinity Lorraine Campo, Sam Lecca
"Infinity" Brett Ratner
2017 "I Don't" (featuring YG) TBA Mariah Carey

List of home videos[edit]

Year Title Format Content
1991 The First Vision VHS, DVD 4 music videos + 4 live versions
1992 MTV Unplugged +3 VHS, VCD, DVD concert + 3 music videos
1993 Here Is Mariah Carey VHS, VCD, DVD concert + 1 music videos
1996 Fantasy: Mariah Carey at Madison Square Garden VHS, DVD concert + 2 music videos
1999 Around The World VHS, VCD, DVD concert + 4 music videos
2000 #1's VHS, VCD, DVD 12 music videos + 3 live versions
2007 The Adventures of Mimi 2 DVD, 3 DVD, Blu-ray Disc concert


Year Title Role Notes
1999 The Bachelor Ilana
2001 Glitter Billie Frank 2001 Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress

Nominated – Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Screen Combo

2002 WiseGirls Raychel
2003 Death of a Dynasty Herself Cameo appearance
2005 State Property 2 Dame's Wifey
2008 Tennessee Krystal
2008 You Don't Mess with the Zohan Herself Cameo appearance
2009 Precious Mrs. Weiss

Palm Springs International Film Festival Breakthrough Performance Award
Capri Hollywood International Film Festival Award for Supporting Actress of the Year
Black Reel Award for Best Ensemble
Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Ensemble Cast
Nominated – Black Reel Award for Best Supporting Actress
Nominated – NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture
Nominated – Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
Nominated – Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Cast

2013 The Butler Hattie Pearl Nominated – Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
2015 A Christmas Melody Melissa Carey also directed the film
2016 Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping Herself Cameo appearance
2016 The Keys of Christmas Herself Cameo appearance
2017 The Lego Batman Movie Mayor McCaskill[6] Voice


Year Title Role Notes
1990–2008 Saturday Night Live Musical Guest "Patrick Swayze/Mariah Carey" (Season 16, Episode 4)
"Linda Hamilton/Mariah Carey" (Season 17, Episode 6)
"Claire Danes/Mariah Carey" (Season 23, Episode 6)
"Jonah Hill/Mariah Carey" (Season 33, Episode 8)
2002 Ally McBeal Candy Cushnip "Playing with Matches" (Season 5, Episode 8)
2004 The Proud Family Herself (voice) "Monkey Business" (Season 3, Episode 1)
2013 American Idol Judge Season 12
American Dad! Gina's Replacement Waitress (voice) "Max Jets" (Season 9, Episode 11)
Laura (voice) "Kung Pao Turkey" (Season 10, Episode 5)
2016 Empire Superstar singer, Kitty "What Remains Is Bestial" (Season 3, Episode 3)

November 25, 1993 (10pm): "Mariah Carey" (NBC) - 19 million viewers/11.0 rating/34th (weekly rank - viewership)


  • The original version of "Vision of Love" featured Carey on a bed w/ a bra on and Mottola quickly altered the video's direction.
  • ETV had Bonus Mixes (Music Videos) to these featured tracks "My All" (Classic Radio Club Mix), "I Still Believe" (Classic Radio Club Mix) & "Sweetheart" (The Dance Mix).[7]
  • A Music Video to "Underneath The Stars" was made in France and England, but never released.[8]
  • "Never Too Far/Hero" was given a promotional video from the taping of United We Stand: What More Can I Give.
  • Filming for Carey's song "Fly Like A Bird" were planned but, a final version was never released or commissioned.[9]
  • "#Beautiful" (Remix featuring Miguel & Jeezy) was filmed but, due to Mariah Carey's injury while filming; the video was scrapped.[10]