Mariah Carey wants people to forget about her holiday season fiasco last year by introducing a heartwarming present around Christmas time this year. The “Emotions” songstress just announced on social media that for 2017’s yuletide season, she’s releasing an animated flick based off her ’90s hit “All I Want For Christmas Is You.”

On Tuesday, Nick Cannon’s ex took to Instagram to announce the good news to her fans, the Lambilies. “I am thrilled to be able to bring the story of my favorite Christmas song to new generations of families with my upcoming movie,” Carey wrote as caption to the teaser clip she shared on the social networking site.

In the video clip, Carey is seen lying on her coach near a fireplace while caressing her pet dog. The house she’s seen in is also adorned in Christmas decor. In addition, a copy of her 2015 book that’s also based on her hit Christmas anthem is nestled beside the singer’s head. Carey’s quick appearance in the teaser is highlighted by her recitation of the first words of her 1994 single.

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Many of Carey’s fans were very happy with her announcement, so they left the “Emotions” hitmaker positive messages. One fan wrote: “Yay! This is me and my daughter’s favorite Christmas song!! We listen to it all year.” Another commented: “Honestly, it’s the best Christmas song I’ve ever heard in my life! Always have been my favorite. Congratulations!”

Carey’s upcoming movie is produced by Universal Studios, and it is scheduled for release in time for Christmas this year. The film will not not be shown on the big screen, but will be directly released on Blu-ray, DVD and on demand, according to People.

“All I Want For Christmas Is You” is one of Carey’s biggest hits. The song continues to top the charts even though it’s been over 20 years since it’s first release, as per BuzzFeed. The smash hit was re-recorded in 2010 for Bryan Tanaka’s girlfriend’s “Merry Christmas II You” second holiday album. A year later, Carey agreed to revive the song as a duet with Justin Bieber for the latter’s “Under the Mistletoe” album.