You know what they say: if you got it, invest it! And what does Nick Cannon own? Inability to stop having children.
On Tuesday, Canon announced plans for a new game show, Who’s having my baby with Nick Cannon, hosted by Kevin Hart and set to air this spring on E!. Billed as the “mother of all game shows” (see what she did there), Kanon would choose from a list of female contestants who would like — you guessed it — to give birth to his next child.
In the teaser for the show, Cannon takes his place in the hot seat as Hart tells him, “You’re going to get some contestants who want to have your baby.” Then, in a display of how seriously he takes childbearing and parenting, Kanon stares at the prospective mothers-to-be and jokingly begins making his choice by saying, “Innie, Minnie, Minnie…”
Kanon is currently the father of dozens of children. shares 11-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan with Mariah Carey; Rise, 5 months, Strong, 2, and Golden, 6, with Brittany Bell; Jamila, 3 months old, and Zion and Zillion, both 1 year old, with Abby De La Rosa; Hello Mary Two Months, and the late Zane with Alyssa Scott; Legendary, 7 months old, with Pre Tizi; Onyx, 5 months old, with Lanesha Cole.
The star has been candid about his growing family, joking last year that he was “silly as crazy” and that more kids were on the way. while appearing on lip service PodcastCannon cracked, “If you thought there were a lot of kids last year…”
At the time, Cannon also said he went into therapy and attempted celibacy last fall, though he admitted the effort was short-lived since he became depressed over losing his son Zayn, who died Dec. 5, 2021, from his brain. cancer.
“I fell victim to that because I was in a state of vulnerability,” he said. “So in December, especially right before Christmas, I started fucking like crazy…so I broke my celibacy.”
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