My Personal Celebration Message for my NBC Deal
Nick is thrilled to share the news that he has inked a first-look production deal with NBC to develop scripted and unscripted material for the network. He can't wait to share his cutting edge ideas and create some original programming for the NBC Universal team! This pictures says it ALL!
Global Spin Awards
Congrats to Nick Cannon for winning Celebrity DJ of the Year! In recognizing that DJs often go overlooked, Shawn Prez (Bad Boy Records Executive and founder of the 15 year old premier Urban Lifestyle Marketing firm Power Moves Inc) created the GSAs to award and honor the world's most dynamic DJs who have impacted diverse audiences globally and across genres.
N-Tune and N-Ergy now at Wal-Mart
NCredible N-Tune and N-Ergy are now being sold at Wal-Mart. Here's the link
Wild 'N Out
Wild 'N Out is back! We're taking over New York this time around, and maybe you can join the cast!!!
Do you have what it takes to be on the new generation of the #1 show on MTV for 4 seasons? Whether you're a funny person that wants to be a cast member, or you're a hot chick that wants to be a Wild 'N Out girl... e-mail us your pics, resume, bio, and/or link to your funny video at firstname.lastname@example.org, and you might just land yourself a spot on MTV2's hottest new comedy "Wild 'N Out: Raw".
Nick Cannon, who never gave his own kidneys a second thought, was hospitalized for acute kidney injury and diagnosed with lupus nephritis. His condition has stabilized and he's now stepping out in support of the National Kidney Foundation's Kidney Walk to spread the word about kidneys and kidney disease.
On Sunday, October 14, 2012, Nick Cannon hosted and helped kick off the Kidney Walk in New York City at South Street Seaport, a 5K event that attracted 7,000 walkers who helped raise awareness and funds to support the fight against kidney disease. The National Kidney Foundation is dedicated to the prevention of kidney disease, improving the health and well-being of patients and families affected by this disease and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation.
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