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Between the diva and the legend, there’s…

… Mariah.

So teases a new, rather strange trailer for Mariah’s World.

Photo via E!

The singer was joined by producers of the series on Wednesday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Los Angeles, teasing the upcoming program in the most Mariah Carey way possible.

“I don’t consider it reality,” Carey said of the show.

It’s worth mentioning that she said this while perched in a purple throne and surrounded by nearly a dozen shirtless models.

She went on to tell reporters that the series is just about her life.

"It feels like a documentary. I don’t even watch reality [TV]. I don’t even know what reality is."

That may be the most self-aware thing Mariah Carey has ever said.

Mariah Carey in Her World
Photo via E!

Carey, who is engaged to James Packer and who is awful according to Demi Lovato, will anchor this eight-part special "event," as it’s billed in the following preview.

It will chronicle the eccentric and flamboyant pop star as she kicks off the European leg of her latest concert tour, while simultaneously planning her upcoming nuptials.

According to E! News, Carey has granted the network “exclusive access to her life behind the mic, including her family, friends and inner circle."

In the trailer, Carey scoffs at the notion that she is high maintenance, making it seem like she’s just joking around when she makes certain demands.

Like for puppies in her dressing room. Come on, do people really think she wants puppies in her dressing room?

Although… come to think of it… how great would it be to have puppies in her dressing room?!?

Elsewhere, Carey hinted to television critics this week that estranged husband Nick Canon may turn up on the show, before playfully adding:

“I don’t know if he’ll make the final cut."

In the end, Carey outlined her goal for the series as “to make it something that can be a lasting piece of work for my fans. And for my kids.”

Will she accomplish this task? Mariah’s World premieres on December 4.

Get an early look at what’s to come now: