WWHL host Andy Cohen asked Mariah Carey to say three nice things about Eminem. But Carey refused to compliment her long-time foe, preferring instead to talk about the other type of M&Ms.
"They come in a package that you can carry wherever you go," Carey replied. "People love them around the world, and they're tasty. You can have peanut or the regular kind."
Watch Mariah Carey discuss Eminem and M&Ms here.
This is just the latest chapter in Mariah Carey's feud with Eminem. The two reportedly dated briefly in 2001 after they met to discuss a possible collaboration on her Charmbracelet album. But things quickly went downhill from there.
It is unclear exactly what started this Mariah Carey feud with Eminem. But something about Carey clearly made the rapper angry, as evidenced by some of the lyrics on his 2002 album The Eminem Show. The song "Superman" in particular includes the line, "What you trying be? My new wife? / What, you Mariah? Fly through twice."
That same year, Eminem confirmed his Mariah Carey feud during an interview with Rolling Stone. When asked whether the two had dated, Eminem replied, "There's truth to that. But on the whole personal level, I'm not really feeling it. I just don't like her as a person."
But Mariah Carey insisted to Larry King that she never dated Eminem. Her statements likely furthered the celebrity feud.
"I hung out with him, I spoke to him on the phone," Carey said of her relationship with Eminem. "I think I was probably with him a total of four times. And I don't consider that dating somebody."
Mariah Carey then got her revenge on Eminem a year later. While on tour in 2003, the singer turned parodied the rapper with a puppet during "The Marionette Show," a parody of her ex's The Eminem Show. Many believe Mariah Carey's song "Clown" was also a diss towards Eminem, though Carey never confirmed this.
"You should've never intimated we were lovers/ When you know very well we never even touched each other," Carey sang in "Clown."
The musical feuding between Eminem and Mariah Carey continued on Slim Shady's later singles, as well. The song "Jimmy Crack Corn" featured the line, "Your mind's on us like mine's on Mariah/And y'all are just like her, you're all f---ing liars."
Even Mariah Carey's husband, Nick Cannon, got involved with this Eminem feud. The Wild 'n Out host ranted against the rapper in a lengthy blog post that was later deleted. The rant included the accusation that Eminem was a racist.
"Let's not forget about Eminem's amateur mixtape rants of calling African Americans N----- and how he hates 'Black B----es," the blog post said in part. "How did we let him get away with that in the first place?! He is a natural born racist in disguise. Someone tell this coward that he finally barked up the wrong tree. For his entire career he strategically only tried to beef with people he could bully. I mean, what real man picks fights with women? Real MC's battle other real MC's. Ask Nas, ask Jay Z, you didn't see them starting beefs with women! That is truly some punk s---!"
Of course, Mariah Carey then needed to have her say in this feud with Eminem. So the singer mocked Slim Shady in the video for her single "Obsessed."
Watch Mariah Carey seemingly diss Eminem in "Obsessed."
But Eminem had the last laugh in this Mariah Carey feud, at least until the singer's WWHL segment. The rapper released a single called "The Warning" that slammed both Carey and her husband.
"Wow Mariah, I didn't expect her to go balls out," Eminem rapped on the single. "B----, shut the f--- up before I put all them phone calls out you made to my house when you was wild n' out before Nick."
In that same song, Eminem added, "Enough dirt on you to murder you, this is what the f--- I do. Mariah, it ever occur to you that I still have pictures."
With all of this back and forth in this Mariah Carey/Eminem feud, we are sure Marshall Mathers will respond to Carey's latest diss. That may be all it takes for this feud to heat up yet again.