Mariah Carey’s attempt to trademark the title ‘Queen of Christmas’ has been denied.
The US Patent and Trademark Office turned down the application after another singer – who specialises in Christmas songs – objected.
Carey also failed in her bid to trademark “Princess Christmas” and “QOC”.
The singer’s All I Want For Christmas Is You is one of the most popular festive tracks and has been synonymous with the 52-year-old since its release in 1994.
Her company Lotion LLC applied for the trademark last year but singer Elizabeth Chan launched a legal challenge.
Chan was dubbed “Queen of Christmas” by The New Yorker in 2018 after having put out original festive records every year for the past decade.
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