Aw, Mariah Carey and James Packer are too cute.
It might be "too soon" for these two to entertain the idea of walking down the aisle together, but that doesn't mean they're going to shy away from expressing their love for one another.
Carey gave a sweet shout-out to her man and even dedicated her song "Hero" to her boyfriend during her "#1 to Infinity" Las Vegas show at Caesars Palace on Wednesday. Before the singer launched into the romantic and very popular '90s ballad, she told the crowd, "I got a new heart tonight. James is in the house. Thank you for my heart. I dedicate this next song to you."
She also dedicated the song to her fans and everyone who has told her that song got them through tough times in their life.
The heartwarming gesture comes at the same time as Mariah announcing that she'll have a concert in Israel for the first time ever!
Just weeks after her June visit, the singer revealed an August 18 performance in the Rishon Lezion Live Park Amphitheater. "Shalom Israel, I will be coming to see you live on August 18, so come to see me! Shalom," Carey said in a recording shown at a Tel Aviv press conference.
Packer took his ladylove to the Holy Land last month, which proved to be a very important trip for the both of them.
"They are very happy together. It was important to James that he took Mariah to the Western Wall for the first time. She has been all over the world but never to Israel," an insider told E! News at the time.
"They are incredibly happy and it was a very romantic moment for the two of them. Her children are also there and you can tell by the way he was looking at her that this relationship is meaningful and that their relationship is going to the next level."
The source continued, "There is only one place at the Western Wall where men and woman can stand together and it was meaningful for him to take her there so that they could share this very intimate moment as a couple."
A second insider close to the twosome added, "It was more a spiritual journey then anything. He is aware Carey has the world at her fingertips but he likes to find things that she has never experienced."