Nick Cannon Throws Mariah Carey Under the Bus & Details Her Extreme Diva Behavior
Uh-oh. Nick Cannon is definitely going to need to explain himself to his wife, Mariah Carey. The America's Got Talent host may have shared just a little bit too much about his marriage to the notorious diva in his interview with Howard Stern. While we're sure that Nick meant well, this interview definitely did not help Mariah Carey's reputation of being a serious diva.
What did Nick say about his wife? He was all too happy to tell the world that the best sex he ever had was with Mariah, then starts talking about sex he's had with other celebrities — namely, celebrities like Kim Kardashian, whom Nick says he dumped after she lied about her sex tape. Luckily for Nick, Mariah Carey has NO CLUE who Kim Kardashian is. I mean, she's never even heard of her ... so Nick claims. Clearly, we should all be worried for Mariah, because she's been living in an isolated cave somewhere, belting out songs, only stopping to tweet out passive aggressive subtweets about Nicki Minaj.
Honestly, my wife, she don't even know who Kim Kardashian is. She doesn't pay attention to that.
One, I'm totally calling your bluff, Nick. I don't know if Mariah has had the Kardashians wiped out of her memory Eternal Sunshine-style, but there is no way that you can exist anywhere (let alone in Hollywood!) without ever having heard the term Kardashian. I mean, that's just krazy. Kris Jenner would have none of that. I'm surprised that Kris Jenner isn't sending Mariah Carey the series box set of Keeping Up With The Kardashians right now, actually.
But that's not the only WTF thing that Nick said in his interview. If you ever thought that nannying for Mariah Carey and co. would be a glamorous, fun job, then you are sorely mistaken — there's absolutely no job security, because Mariah Carey is a territorial nightmare. (At least, according to her husband.) Nannies are fired every other week, because, as Nick says:
It's something about a woman and her children...you know, the minute the child chooses to go to the nanny before they go to the mom — I would have an issue with that, too. It's just like, hey, we're gonna see how this works out. And we're always traveling, so the nanny might not get a plane ticket to the next city.
Actually, that's pretty horrible. It's one thing to pull the "it's so hard to find good help!" card and another to fire nannies because your kids get attached. That's not okay... and I'm not so sure that Mariah would be so thrilled to hear Nick talking about her nanny-firing policy.
Oh Nick. You did try. But you may be sleeping in the dog house tonight. You know, if Mariah hasn't made the nanny sleep there, first.