Before he turns the party up at Avalon, Nick will be having an exclusive meet and greet session for his most loyal fans at The Shops at the Mohegan Sun on March 29th at 7 PM.
The chance to meet Nick will be on a first come, first-served basis. Due to time restrictions, Nick will only be signing his CD White People Party Music. Photos taken with personal cameras are prohibited. This event is bracelet-only.
Participants must purchase White People Party Music at Spin Street on the day of the event in order to receive a bracelet. One bracelet per CD purchased. Participants must have a bracelet in order to gain entry into the signing line.
In celebration of red carpet style and the upcoming Academy Awards, the stars came out in full force at QVC’s 5th Annual Red Carpet Style partyon Friday (February 28), taking place at the Beverly Hills Four Seasons.
Nick who attended the event not only showed off his impeccable style but also who showed off his new ‘NCredible Tablet‘ which will be featured on QVC in the spring. Stars also in attendance included Gabourey Sidibe, Stacy Keibler, and Lisa Rinna.
Nick’s guest spot on BET’s good for your soul show Lift Every Voice aired the Sunday before last (February 16).
During the broadcast Nick discussed how he got his start in entertainment in the church. He also mentions how his faith has become a mantra for him particularly in “speaking things into existence” (Mark 11:22-24).
He also reveals how he knew that Mariah was The One, sharing this on being married “When you share the same values with somebody, when you’re equally yoked you just know.”
He also shared how he and wife Mariah discovered just how serious his lupus nephritis condition was. In regards to his recovery he said that he’s turned that test into a testimony.
When asked about his role as father and who he looks up to he stated “I look to other fathers who have shaped culture….and I have no problem heading in that direction.”
The Youtube sensations Benny and Rafi Fine, better known as The Fine Brothers, have joined forces with Nick Cannon to make a brand new TV show for according to sources with knowledge of the deal. The show will be based upon the Fine Bros.’ popular “React” YouTube series, in which people respond to various viral videos.
It is one of the Fine Brothers’ most successful properties on YouTube, where the brothers have a few different successful channels that belong to Fullscreen’s network. “React” started with “Kids React” in 2010, and the popularity of that show spawned ‘Teens React,” “Elders React” and “YouTubers React.”
The Fine Brothers and Cannon’s Ncredible Entertainment have already filmed a pilot of the new show, which will be called “React to That.”
Earlier reports of the deal stated that Nickelodeon picked up 13 episodes. However, Nickelodeon has yet to greenlight the show, though it did make a pilot.
The Fine Brothers signed with WME last November to help grow their business beyond their robust YouTube presence. Unlike most popular YouTubers who excel in front of the camera, their strength is behind it. They are writers and directors in the mold of television showrunners.
“We consider our main channel like a TV network and all the staple shows should be in one place,” the Fine Brothers told TheWrap before the launch of the second season of their show “My Music.”
“The hit shows build off each other and our main channel is the hub where all this stuff lives.”
Party people, Nick Cannon is coming for you. On April 1st, he’ll drop White People Party Music, the first release in 11 years.
The LP will include collaborations with Pitbull, Akon, Future, Afrojack, Migos and more. Consider this project the backdrop for an inebriated night on the town or jamming shoulder to shoulder at a popular dive bar.
The video for the first single “Looking for a Dream” (produced by Afrojack) is loaded with stark white ensembles and Jabbawockeez-like choreography.