Mariah Carey shares sexy jacuzzi snap after New Year's Eve fiasco

Mariah Carey isn't letting one bad performance ruin her life!

It was back to business for the "Emotions" singer as she posted a throwback photo from her recent Aspen getaway.

The 46-year-old bombshell wore a gold one-piece swimsuit that gave a good view of her ample cleavage while relaxing in a hot tub. Her tresses were pulled back in a messy bun with some stray pieces framing her face.

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The songstress simply captioned the photo: "Aspen moments."

Maybe she's trying to remember the better times? Carey made headlines this week after a botched New Year's Eve performance in Times Square.

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After the fiasco, the mother of two took to Twitter and wrote: "Sh*t happens."

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Days following the scandal, Mariah's camp and Dick Clark Productions, which puts on the New Year's Rockin' Eve special every year, feuded over who was to blame. Carey accused the production company of purposely sabotaging her to get higher ratings.

Reports surfaced on Tuesday that she fired her longtime director, Anthony Burell, "for a number of reasons."

Mariah's camp, again, put the blame on Burrell, claiming a decision made by him involving backup dancers left the singer "without support" during the nightmare performance.

Hollywood remains divided on her scandal. Jenny McCarthy called Mariah's finger-pointing a "bullsh*t excuse," while Carnie Wilson said she felt sympathy for the singer.

But good news for the "mortified" singer -- with the return of Kim Kardashian on social media, we're sure that you're mortifying performance will be old news soon enough.

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