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Mariah Carey Is the Queen of Christmas

Mariah Carey Is the Queen of Christmas

Mariah Carey can’t be the only ‘Queen of Christmas’ after losing trademark bid

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You may have heard that Mariah Carey is on the verge of getting a trademark for the name “Christmas” for the month of December.

This is a story that is sure to generate some controversy, especially in the politically correct world.

But let’s not focus on the politics. Let’s focus on the music, which is one of the world’s most loved songs ever.

So, just what exactly is the trademark application that would grant Mariah Carey the exclusive rights to being “Queen of Christmas” on the radio stations and websites?

Mariah Carey: Mariah Carey Is the Queen of Christmas

It’s just that simple. It is what it is.

She is officially the Queen of Christmas as “Queen of Music”, in a nod towards the hit Christmas song by the same name, which has been in the top 10 charts for 46 weeks in a row.

On the other hand, she’s still the Queen of Christmas as the woman who is known in the music world as the Queen of Pop.

This trademark application has been in the works for the past year and a half.

Why is there so much controversy about the trademark?

Mariah Carey vs the Church of Scientology

The Church of Scientology has filed a lawsuit against Mariah Carey, alleging that the famous singer has violated their trademark using the name “Christmas” without their permission.

In addition to this, the Church of Scientology also claims that Mariah’s use of the name is a misuse of trademark.

Mariah Carey and the Church of Scientology

According to Billboard, the Church of Scientology claims that Carey’s Christmas song is “nothing more than an attempt to capitalize on a popular, non-confidential, and highly-regarded song with a long-established, well-known meaning.”

Mariah Carey vs the Church of Scientology

The Church of Scientology is asking the court for an injunction against Carey and the use of “Christmas” or “christmas” as a trademark.

Mariah Carey has not yet filed an answer in the lawsuit.

Mariah Carey: Mariah Carey’s Christmas

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