What more can we say about Nick Cannon? He's a business executive, investor, father, endorser of K-Pop bands, former child star and spouse to Mariah Carey. However, when they announced Real Husbands of Hollywood as a show, Nick looked at it as if it were a duty and astutely heeded the call. Now here he is showing the world how he does in Hollywood and laying the law down as one of the town's realest of husbands.
Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out,” which pits comedians against each other in wars of improv, originally ran on MTV 2005-2007, and was revived on MTV2 this year. It became the highest rated series in MTV2′s history, averaging 1.1 million total viewers with a 1.3 rating among ages 12-34. It consistently won its Tuesday night slot across cable in the demo.
Nick Cannon and the Cannonballs show a tough crowd how to party. From Nick Cannon's new album "White People Party Music".
In addition to his duties searching for the nation’s next star on “America’s Got Talent,” Nick Cannon is also busy relaunching “Wild N’ Out” and “Soul Train.”
Recently, the charismatic comedian-turned-television personality struck a deal through his production company, NCredible Entertainment, to resurrect the music variety show on the NBC network.
During an appearance on HuffPost Live Tuesday, the 32-year-old opened up on relaunching the popular franchise and his plans to make it more appealing to a new generation of fans.
In his follow up to his tremendously successful debut comedy special 'Mr. Showbiz,' the comic-actor-musician-host responds to anyone who's ever said: 'F#ck Nick Cannon.' A recent health scare has changed how he sees the world and he is here to share his unique perspective on getting older, raising his children, and living with his famous wife (Mariah Carey). Nick Cannon doesn't care what the haters think, and that's what gives him his hilarious edge. Taped at the River Rock Casino in Vancouver, BC.
Nick Cannon returns for his fifth season as host on "America's Got Talent," NBC's top-rated summer reality competition series, which brings the variety format back to the forefront of American culture. Cited by People Magazine as one of the top 10 most successful young people in Hollywood.