Nick Cannon seems poised to have the last laugh when it comes to all the joking about his large family.
After posting a cryptic post about big news coming that had his social media followers believing his 13th child was on the way, Cannon revealed late Monday that he is partnering with fellow comedian Kevin Hart for a game show titled “Who’s Having My Baby? with Nick Cannon.”
“We’re expecting…a new show on E,” the caption on a post on his verified Instagram account read. “#WhosHavingMyBaby premieres this Spring on @eentertainment! @kevinhart4real.”
Surely they must be joking, right?
Well, if they are, the pair are deeply invested. Both Cannon and Hart also shared a clip from what is being billed as “the mother of all game shows.”
In it, Hart is shown on set with Cannon and a studio audience.
“You’re going to get some contestants that want to have your baby,” Hart says to Cannon before a female voice over announces, “We’re not kidding around.”
A rep for E! told CNN there is more to the story, which will be announced later Tuesday.
Cannon has fathered a dozen children to date.
His most recent child, daughter Halo Marie Cannon, was born in December whose mother is model Alyssa Scott with whom he also shared son Zen, who died at age 5 months from brain cancer in 2021.
He has three children with model Brittany Bell, sons, Rise Messiah and Golden Sagon, and daughter, Powerful Queen, 2.
He also has three children with Abby De La Rosa, Beautiful Zeppelin and twins, Zion and Zillion. He shares 11-year-old twins, Monroe and Moroccan, with ex-wife Mariah Carey.
Cannon is also father to son, Legendary Love, with model Bre Tiesi and daughter, Onyx Ice Cole, with model LaNisha Cole.