Mariah Carey works out wearing fishnets, heels and a push-up bra

Mariah Carey is ready for her new era!

The singer celebrated the release of her new YG-assisted single, "I Don't," on Thursday night by sharing a series of photos of herself rocking a completely outrageous -- but totally Mariah -- workout ensemble. Though it's unclear if she was actually in the gym for, you know, a work out, Carey definitely made it seem as though she was working up a sweat.

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Rocking fishnets, heels, a leotard, a souvenir jacket and a push-up bra, the "Heartbreaker" hitmaker posed in a sultry manner for the camera, as she tends to do.

Though she's been gearing up for her first major single release in quite some time, the so-called elusive chanteuse hasn't really been that "elusive" this year. Following her highly-publicized New Year's Eve technical glitch -- no, she wasn't lip syncing! -- Carey has continued to make headlines this year due to her popular E! show, "Mariah's World."

Not only that, but her alleged relationship with backup dancer Bryan Tanaka, still appears to be going strong. Of course, Carey broke off her engagement to billionaire James Packer earlier in 2016.

The "We Belong Together" singer got people smiling earlier this week when she commented on Beyoncé's internet-busting pregnancy announcement, writing, "Congrats Bey and Jay!!! I'm so happy for you both. Having twins is the most incredible experience ever! Love, Mariah and the twins."

Mariah is the mother to 5-year-old twins, Monroe and Moroccan, who she shares with ex-husband Nick Cannon. Coincidentally, they're the same age as Beyoncé's first child, Blue Ivy.

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