This picture was actually found by one of the sites in the Bonafide Media Network, MySpaceModelsOnline.com. It appears that ESPN has no clue that Nick Cannon is Mariah Carey’s husband. I can understand why since Cannon wasn’t allowed to sit next to Carey, but behind her (still better seats than me, but I digress). I am always willing to help out, so let’s take a quick rundown of Nick Cannon’s career per Wikipedia so ESPN doesn’t make the same mistake next time Mr. Carey shows up at a sporting event.
Nick started off on Nickelodeon back in 2002; he had his own show “The Nick Cannon Show.” Most people probably first heard of him when he starred in the movie “Drumline” in 2003. The only reason I watch Drumline, though, is for Zoe Saldana; this was way before Avatar and gives me an excuse to post some pictures – we will get back to Nick in a minute:
Nick did a few more flicks in early 2000’s; “Roll Bounce” with Bow Wow wasn’t as bad as you thought it would be.
In 2005, Nick scored a MTV show called “Wild N Out” which was a pretty good comedy improv show that ran until 2007.
He hosted “America’s Got Talent” in 2009.
Nick actually dropped a self-titled CD in 2003 that sold 275,000 copies, he had a single with R Kelly called “Gigolo” that went as high as #24 on the pop charts (there are some jokes in that last sentence, but I’ll let you run with them).
Oh yeah, he also dated Christina Milian for a quick minute, and proposed to SI Swimsuit model Selita Ebanks on a jumbotron in NYC before that relationship fell apart (he has pretty good taste in women).
In 2008 he married Mariah Carey after a six week romance.
There you go ESPN, that is the history of your “Unidentified Man” Nick Cannon. I will expect my check to be in the mail this week or you can Paypal, doesn’t matter to me.