Khloé Kardashian's Daughter True Thompson Falls Asleep at Mariah Carey Christmas Show, Her First Concert Ever

The 5-year-old saw "the Queen herself" for her first concert, Khloé shared on Instagram

<p>Khloe Kardashian/Instagram</p> True Thompson (left) and Khloé Kardashian photographed at Mariah Carey

Khloe Kardashian/Instagram

True Thompson (left) and Khloé Kardashian photographed at Mariah Carey's Christmas show at the Hollywood Bowl

True Thompson has checked a major milestone off her bucket list.

Khloé Kardashian shared a carousel of photos from the family’s outing to Mariah Carey’s Merry Christmas One And All! show at the Hollywood Bowl on Friday, which she revealed was the first concert True, 5, has ever attended.

“The Queen of Christmas!!!! For the little girls very FIRST concert ever, we went to see the Queen herself, @mariahcarey,” Kardashian, 39, wrote in the caption. “We all had the best time, creating the most magical memories!! Thank you mommy for taking all of us!”

Khloé was joined by her sister, Kim, and their mom, Kris Jenner, as well as a gaggle of the family’s young daughters, including True, Rob’s daughter Dream, and Kim’s daughters North, 10, and Chicago, 5.

The Good American founder also posted a group photo where the Kardashian clan posed with Carey, 54, and her daughter, Monroe, 12.

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Amongst the carousel of photos was a sweet shot of True in Khloé’s arms with her eyes closed, as it appeared that the excitement of her first-ever concert got the better of her and she needed some shut-eye.

Earlier in the night, she posed with her cousin, Dream, in matching cheetah print fur coats. The cousins even took some sweet selfies with Kris, 68, and Khloé, as well as one with North.

Khloé also shared a video of the “All I Want For Christmas” singer as she was joined on stage by her daughter, and they sang a duet of Carey’s 1994 hit, "Jesus Born on This Day."

Kim also shared some footage from the seasonal night out on her Instagram Story on Friday as she praised Carey’s show as “Legendary!!!”

She posted a video of the singer’s duet with her daughter, Monroe, too, as she wrote “So special” and later a video of Monroe playing guitar on stage, on which she wrote, “Go Monroe.”

The excitement proved too much for Kim’s youngest daughter, too, who also spent some of the evening napping in her mom’s arms, just like her cousin. The SKIMS founder shared two videos in which Chicago could be seen in her arms with her eyes closed.

<p>Kim Kardashian /Instagram</p> Kim Kardashian (left) and Chicago photographed at Mariah Carey's Christmas show

Kim Kardashian /Instagram

Kim Kardashian (left) and Chicago photographed at Mariah Carey's Christmas show

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Carey's festive tour, which kicked off on Wednesday, will see her perform shows across the U.S. and Canada, before taking part in a final show at New York City's Madison Square Garden on Dec. 17.

She took a brief break from the holiday shows on Sunday, though, to step out at the 2023 Billboard Music Awards, which she attended with her twins, Monroe and Moroccan.

She received the Billboard chart achievement award for her classic hit, “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” which was followed by a performance of the track.

The song was recognized for its stellar chart performance, as Billboard shared that it's the first song to lead the Hot 100 charts in five different years.

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The hit has spent a record-breaking 91 weeks in the No. 1 spot on the Hot 100, and her twins — who she shares with Nick Cannon — joined her on stage to present her with the award at Sunday’s show.

“This award is particularly special to me because the song itself changed my entire life,” Carey said in her acceptance speech, before joking, “When I first sat down to write ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You,’ I never could have imagined that I would be standing here three months later accepting this special award for it.”

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