Mariah Carey's Bid to Trademark 'Queen of Christmas' from Fellow Singers

Back in March 2021, the artist, 53, documented an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office keeping in mind the desire of lawfully advertising herself as the sole "Queen of Christmas,".

Per the power source, Carey — whose tune "All I Want for Christmas Is You" has turned into a notorious occasion staple — needs to sell stock with the title.

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Mariah Carey Makes History as She Becomes Diamond Certified for 'All I Want for Christmas Is You'

Chan, who has delivered different Christmas tracks during her vocation — and, surprisingly, appeared a collection named Queen of Christmas in 2021

In an interview with Variety, Chan spoke about her decision to pursue legal action and her opposition to Carey being the sole user of the "Queen of Christmas" moniker.

"Christmas has come way before any of us on the planet, and ideally will associate with way after any of us on the planet," Chan told the distribution.

"It's not just about the music business," she proceeded. "She's attempting to reserve this every which way — clothing, alcohol items, covers, canine chokers — it's all around the guide.

She added: "The RIAA DIAMOND grant?! Wowww! I'm so lucky to have the best fans on Earth, my Lambily, who keep on supporting my inheritance. I love you.

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