It was a daddy-daughter day! Nick Cannon and his daughter Monroe had a blast whereas dancing round of their lounge to Nick’s ex and Monroe’s mother Mariah Carey’s hit “Feelings” in a hilarious TikTok video on Thursday, August 18. It regarded like Nick, 41, and Monroe, 11, had been in search of one of the best ways to jumpstart their morning. “No higher approach to begin our day! All in our feelings,” he captioned the publish.
The clip was cute. It featured The Masked Singer host and Monroe wrapped in blankets and spinning round as Mariah’s traditional title observe performed over the video. The pair waved their blankets round and confirmed off foolish dance strikes. Nick sported a pair of denims and a black tanktop, as he carried a purple blanket. Monroe regarded like she was nonetheless in her pajamas with a Spongebob Squarepants t-shirt and a Disney princess blanket.
Nick and Mariah, 53, had been married from 2008 till they separated in 2014 (finalizing their divorce in 2016). Apart from Monroe, in addition they share her twin sister Moroccan. Regardless that the couple broke up, it looks like they’re on good phrases and co-parenting properly, particularly as Nick tagged his ex within the caption for the cute video.
Since Nick and Mariah’s break up, the actor has fathered many youngsters with a number of ladies. Most just lately, he welcomed his eighth youngster, a son, with mannequin Bre Tiesi. The TV present host sparked engagement rumors when he shared a photograph of a diamond ring to his Instagram in July, however he later revealed it was only a teaser for a brand new tune.
Whereas it’s not clear if Nick has any engagement plans within the works, he did talk about his relationship with Mariah throughout a July interview on The Hottee Discuss Present Podcast. Whereas he gushed about their time collectively, he admitted that he and Mariah’s boyfriend Bryan Tanaka get alongside, they usually have a robust household. “I’ll by no means have a love like I did with Mariah,” he mentioned. “The dude is wonderful with my children and we have now household gatherings and issues collectively so I really respect it.”