Mariah Carey Debuts New Song For President Obama During Sarah Jessica Parker's Fundraiser (PHOTO & AUDIO)

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Mariah Carey gave a very special performance at Sarah Jessica Parker's fundraiser for President Obama on June 14.

Carey, who sang for the President and Parker's A-list guests after the dinner held in SJP's New York City apartment, served up her famous ballad, "Hero." But that's not all: Mimi ended her set with a brand-new song entitled, "Bring It On Home," which she wrote specifically for the star-studded affair.

"Just finished performing Hero, We Belong Together and BRING IT ON HOME -- a song I wrote especially for the event," the 42-year-old said via Twitter. She also posted a stunning photo of herself, above.

Who else made the elite 50-person guest list?

Beyonce's sis Solange Knowles was spotted leaving SJP's pad with friend Chanel Iman, while Vogue Editor-in-Chief and party co-host Anna Wintour and actress Meryl Streep were also among the high-profile attendees.

Each guest paid  a whopping $40,00 to sit at the Sex and The City star's dinner table, and Parker herself was clearly thrilled to welcome her Presidential guests. According to a Daily News report, "When the President and First Lady arrived at Parker’s Charles St. pad Thursday evening, she gave him a hug and a kiss, and called Michelle 'our radiant and extraordinary First Lady.' ”

Watch the clip from inside Carey's presidential performance below.



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  • Courtney Puzzo
    Courtney Puzzo

    the message of the song is great if Obama was actually succeeding at what he promised to do but he isn't. though the auto quality sucks


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