Nick Cannon Announces Game Show ‘Who’s Having My Baby’!

Nick Cannon doesn’t mind making jokes about himself, and Kevin Hart is always willing to help him set up a punchline. When Cannon, 42, uploaded a trailer for a new “show” with the cheeky title Who’s Having My Baby? On Tuesday, the father of 12 and the Fatherhood star pulled off a viral prank.

A giddy-looking Cannon struck a pose in front of two silhouettes of women lit up in purple, the fictitious show’s title printed in big yellow, and a baby emblem playfully dotting the question mark in what is now known to be a spoof promo. A bubble below identified Hart, 43, as the show’s host and displayed a picture of him.

“We’re expecting…a new show on E!  #WhosHavingMyBaby premieres this Spring on @eentertainment@kevinhart4real” read the caption, which Cannon also posted to Twitter.

This was just the latest joke among friends; in February of last year, Hart made headlines by sending a condom vending machine to a friend. But, on Wednesday, Hart posted a picture on his Instagram account revealing the simple project.

“Ok, so…’ Who’s Having My Baby?’ was a prank,” he wrote, “but #CelebrityPrankWars is our real show! Catch the premiere on April 6th on @eentertainment!

There was also a sizzle video with Cannon saying, “There’s nothing that besties do better than prank each other,” in Hart’s post. Hart previously hosted ECelebrity !’s Game Face.

Cannon and model Alyssa Scott had their daughter Halo Marie Cannon in December. (Halo Marie is his second child with Scott, the mother of his deceased son Zen, who passed away at five months from brain cancer.)

Cannon and ex-wife Mariah Carey share twins Moroccan and Monroe, age 11, twin boys Zion and Zillion, age 19, and daughter Gorgeous Zeppelin, age 3, with Abby De La Rosa.

The former star of All That is also a father to daughters Powerful Queen, 2, and Onyx Ice, 4, as well as sons Rising Messiah, four months, and Golden Sagon, 6, and daughters with Bre Tiesi from Selling Sunset, Legendary Love, seven months, and Onyx Ice, four months, respectively.

After welcoming his 12th child, the host of The Masked Singer was questioned about whether or not he was done having children.

“Yeah, yeah, yeah,” Cannon told Entertainment Tonight — though he added that more kids could still be in the cards.

God decides when we’re done, but I believe I got my hands full,” he said. “And I’m so focused. I’m locked in. But when I’m 85, you never know. I might.”

Cannon stated that his main objective as a father is to ensure the future success of his children.

“It’s a blessing, man. Like, hopefully, because of what I can do, my kids can do whatever they want to do, to be able to be in a position where if they want to be a nuclear physicist, I know somebody at an Ivy League school that I could [hit up],” Cannon said.

“If they want to go into the military, if they want to be artists if they want to be actors, it’s a thing where we have the capability,” he added. “Let’s start discussing it now to help your dreams come true.”

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