Mariah Carey Loses Bid To Trademark ‘Queen Of Christmas’

Mariah Carey Loses Bid To Trademark ‘Queen Of Christmas’


Mariah Carey wanted to become the official Queen of Christmas, but the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office told her that would not be possible.

The 52-year-old pop singer has been unofficially referenced as such for years, thanks in part to her massively successful single, “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” Carey was interested in trademarking the title so she could use it on various merchandise, including fragrances, lotions, nail polish, jewelry, cups, mugs, chocolate milk, coconut water, ornaments, toys, dog clothing, masks, lingerie, and sweatshirts, per TMZ.

The “Fantasy” songstress filed the patent request in 2021 but faced opposition from fellow recording artists Darlene Love and Elizabeth Chan, who believed it wasn’t fair for Carey to “monopolize” the word “Christmas.” Chan filed an opposition, which was

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