It looks like Nick Cannon is no longer happy to hear Mariah Carey as reports say that the “America’s Got Talent” host cringed upon hearing the DJ play one of Carey’s songs at a charity event in LA. Read on to learn more about this scoop.
Nick Cannon may have once been Mariah Carey’s number one fan after getting wed in 2008 and welcoming their twins, Moroccan and Monroe, in 2011. But it seems like he’s totally decided to move on from his soon-to-be ex-wife.
According to Us Weekly, Cannon “flipped out” when the DJ played one of Carey’s songs at Chris Paul’s charity event on Jan. 8, 2015 in LA.
“Nick looked irritated – he was cringing,” a source tells the outlet. The “America’s Got Talent” host even had to ask a publicist to go to the DJ and demand that he stop playing any of Carey’s songs. Ouch!
It looks like he’s at the stage where he’s trying his best to move on by not seeing anything related to Carey.
While Cannon is “cringing” to hear Carey’s songs, the songstress seems to be struggling with her divorce from Cannon and is even affecting her career.
According to TMZ, Carey was recently caught lip-synching while performing her song “Fantasy” at Jamaica’s 2015 Jazz and Blues Festival. Not only was the songstress lip-synching, she was also getting the lyrics mixed up and even forgets the lyrics to her song.
Carey has been involved in a series of performance mishaps ever since her split from Cannon was announced.
During the Christmas tree lighting ceremony, Carey was reportedly struggling to hit some of the high notes during a live performance. The diva even disappointed some of her fans when she skipped the pre-taping of “All I Want for Christmas is You.”
Carey immediately apologized to her fans by tweeting: “Last night’s situation was beyond my control. I apologize to all that showed up, you know that I would never want to disappoint you.”
It looks like Cannon was right when he allegedly claimed to have helped Carey hit the high notes in his leaked single.
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