The singer shows up in a 1936 pink convertible with 18 mobile billboards listing her No. 1 hits

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It was an entrance fit for a queen.

Mariah Carey will play at least 18 concerts in Las Vegas from May to July as part of her special residency. And her arrival at Caesars Palace on Monday was an extravaganza all its own.

The singer, 45, showed up in a 1936 pink convertible, trailing 18 mobile billboards listing all 18 of her No. 1 hits, from “Vision of Love” in 1990 through “Touch My Body” in 2008, the Associated Press reports.

She was then carried like Cleopatra on a platform through the casino.

The show is called “Mariah #1 to Infinity,” and kicks off May 6. Carey is expected to sing all her No. 1 hits as well as her new breakup anthem “Infinity,” which may well be a dig at soon-to-be ex-husband Nick Cannon.

“Everyone in Vegas, there’s a new girl in town,” she told the crowd.