Nick Cannon has worn several hats over the course of his career — actor, rapper, host, Mr. Mariah Carey, chooser of unconventional baby names — but with Nick Cannon: Mr. Showbiz (Saturday, May 14, 9/8c, Showtime), he returns to what he calls his first love: stand-up comedy. The special finds Cannon wilding out on topics both personal and political, as well as sharing a surprising amount of information on what it's like to be married to the biggest selling female recording artist of all time. As Cannon rode from the set of another interview back to the Los Angeles hospital where Carey is staying with her newborn twins, he talked to TVGuide.com about his special, Kanye West, "no homo," and how he gets away with mocking his family onstage.
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Nick Cannon, Mariah Carey
The world already knew Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon had renewed their vows on their anniversary, as they have every year since marrying in 2008. This was, of course, despite her giving birth to twins Moroccan and Monroe just hours before. But in our discussion with Cannon about his upcoming Showtime comedy special, Mr. Showbiz (Saturday, May 14 at 9/8c), he revealed that it was a ceremony complete with proper attire.
"We thought we probably weren't going to be able to do it, especially since my wife gave birth on our anniversary," Cannon tells TVGuide.com. "But she's a champ, man; she's superwoman...
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In a return to his roots, Nick Cannon will don his comedian hat for Nick Cannon: Mr. Showbiz, airing Sunday, May 14 at 9/8c on Showtime. The multi-hyphenate's first comedy special will cover his fame, his rise to it and, of course, his marriage to Mariah Carey, whose twins Cannon says are due "any day now"...