Nick Cannon Speaks Out

Go ahead. Nick Cannon dares you to bet against him. After all, he’s used to being the underdog. There were the naysayers who claimed that he would become another washed up child star after blowing up as a tween sensation on the long-running Nickelodeon staple All That and its successful spin-off The Nick Cannon Show. A year later, he went on to appear in the 2003 sleeper hit Drumline, a film that took in an impressive $56 million in the U.S. When those same detractors called his cinema triumph a fluke, he went back to his comedic television roots and produced MTV’s improvisational Wild ‘N Out, a hit show that ran for four years.

Even when it comes to Cannon’s private life, scrutiny surrounds him. Is his marriage to the nearly decade older legendary pop diva Mariah Carey a farce; a boy toy romp? Are they really expecting twins as the tabloid machine suggest? The 29-year-old Cannon, who in September of 2009 was named chairman of the popular cable network TeenNick, has a lot to say on a diverse range of questions.


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