Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon are no longer together but actually ended on good terms even though there is no chance of a reconciliation, according to TMZ.
Not only on good terms, primarily for the sake of their kids, they even went to dinner Friday in Tribeca and shockingly no one even noticed.
It’s a big improvement from 6 months ago, when there was so much contempt they literally could not be in the same room together.
They’re both committed to making the divorce as easy as possible on them.
According to TMZ.com “Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon separated back in May — and are living apart … and we’re told divorce lawyers have been negotiating a property settlement and custody agreement for months and the divorce is “a done deal.”
YIKES! Time to “Shake It Off” Mariah…
Page Six reports,
Mariah Carey and comedian Nick Cannon are headed for a split and “living separately” after she hired security to keep him away from other women, sources exclusively told Page Six.
Sources say Carey and Cannon, the host of “America’s Got Talent,” are separating after six years of marriage. “He hasn’t been staying at their home,” one music insider tells Page Six. “He’s been living out of hotels. They’re fighting a lot.”
Carey has suspected Cannon of cheating. And when the comic hosted pool parties in Las Vegas earlier this year, the diva dispatched a security guard to keep watch over her husband.
“The security guard wasn’t there to keep the girls away from him,” said our source. “It was to keep him away from the girls.”
Carey also didn’t want Cannon drinking while at the Vegas gigs because she felt he “gets in trouble when he drinks,” the source added.
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Nick Cannon and VH1 have teamed up for a “Drumline” series with all new characters. VH1 explains the vision for the series:
“Drumline: A New Beat” will eschew a sequel format, instead focusing on a new set of characters at a fictional New Orleans university. The story follows Danielle (Dani) Bolton, an upper class Brooklyn girl who defies her parents in order to attend a college in Louisiana so she can join – and revitalize – their once-prominent drumline. Dani’s quest to become the first female section leader of the drumline in the school’s history will be hampered by upperclassmen (including her cousin, Tyree), her feelings for fellow band mate and rival, Jayven, and the school’s crosstown rivals.”
“DRUMLINE was not just a successful film; it was a cultural happening. Even though it was released over a decade ago, I am constantly approached by people on the street who tell me how much of an impact it made on them. As a producer, my thought was, ‘How do we create an updated version that would translate to today’s audience and still feel fresh and original?’ Adding a female lead character really makes sense and VH1 is the perfect network to partner with on this modernized take on what is considered a unique and classic film experience.
“The movie is set for a Fall 2014 premiere.
Nick Cannon spent a day as a door greeter in a Toronto Area Walmart. Don’t worry he’s not broke it was a part of a radio promotion sponsored by Kiss925 Toronto in Canada. Most of the shoppers didn’t know who but it was for a good cause…later he attended the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Medal ceremony and he tweeted this.
Boris Kodjoe, who stars in BET’s upcoming comedy series “Real Husbands of Hollywood”, also appears in the latest issue of DENIM Magazine.
He shows off his “World of Alfa” clothing line and talks about he is a devoted father to his daughter & son saying
“My definition of a father is simply being present.”
Boris says he enjoys playing board games, reading stories, bike rides and playing sports with his wife Nicole Ari Parker.
“Real Husbands of Hollywood” premiers on Jan.15, 2013 on B.E.T. …and filming the Zane film adaption Addicted.
Nick Cannon just announced the sequel to Drumline…and a tv show. He let it be known on his twitter that he will be producing the new film during a tv rerun of Drumline: