Nick Cannon to star new 'game show' where women will compete to have his next baby
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Nick Cannon is about to star in the most ridiculous 'game-show' ever - where a group of women will somehow compete to have his next baby.
The father of 12 tweeted the trailer for, what's being called, 'the mother of all game shows' and Kevin Hart is set to host.
Take a look at the bizarre teaser for Who's Having My Baby? below:
Cannon, who teased the show with a baby bottle emoji, shares 11-year-old twins, Monroe and Moroccan, with Mariah Carey.
He is also father to Rise, five months, Powerful, two, and Golden, six, who he had with Brittany Bell.
The TV star has Beautiful, three months, and Zion and Zillion, both one, with Abby De La Rosa.
Cannon also has Halo, two months, and the late Zen with Alyssa Scott; Legendary, seven months, with Bre Tiesi and Onyx, five months, with LaNisha Cole.
While the format for the 'new show' isn't totally clear, all we know is that the 42-year-old father is set to pick from a group of contestants who want to have his baby.
In the trailer, released on International Women's Day, Cannon gets ready to see the prospective mother of his future child while sitting in the 'hot seat'.
Hart tells him: "You're gonna get some contestants that wanna have your baby."
Cannon then jokes: "Eeny, meeny, miny, [moe]."
Commenting on the clip, one Instagram user said: "This better be a joke."
"Surely it should be called 'Who's not having my baby'," another wrote.
A third added: "Very disappointing. This is not a flex."
The trailer states that Who's Having My Baby? is set to drop this spring on E!.
Despite there being an actual trailer, Variety have actually reported the whole thing to be a spoof.
The publication say that the announcement happens to be a 'gag' that is set to tease an upcoming project, according to their sources.
I guess only time will tell if it's legit or not.
Tyla has contacted E! for comment.
Cannon told ET a few weeks ago that spending time with his children is more about making sure the energy is right, rather than time management.
He said: "Everybody thinks it's time management. It's energy management. [Because] once we're all aligned, the flow is a lot easier.
"If there's any kind of low frequencies or dissension in there that’s what messes up the scheduling.
"As long as we're all on the same page and we all got the same goal - to be the best parents we could possibly be - that works and then the scheduling is the scheduling."