I believe that everything in life has a pattern to it, which would explain why every time Mariah Carey shows up in a movie or TV show, her character has a stripper name. A stripper name is a name that either sounds like a double entendre, is alliterative, or is a regular named spelled in some garish fashion. Most of Carey's roles cover one or both scenarios. In Glitter, she was Billie Frank, which sounds like an adult film star (admittedly a male one, but whatever). On Ally McBeal, she was Candy Cushnip. The film WiseGirls casts her as Raychel, adding the "y" to Rachel as a subtle way of asking "Y is she in this movie?" After changing up for the sequel to State Property, playing the descriptively named Professionally Dressed Woman, Carey is right back to her old tricks. In her latest film, Tennessee, she plays Krystal. I bet the actors' accents make her name sound like Cristal.