Nick Cannon should win an award for the cutest shoutout at an award show! Before he announced the winner for Best Gospel Artist at the 2014 BET Awards on June 29, Nick gave a shoutout to Mariah Carey and ‘Dem Babies’ as they relaxed in a hot tub in New York.
Before Nick Cannon, 33, presented an award at the 2014 BET Awards in Los Angeles on June 29, he gave an adorable shoutout to his wife, Mariah Carey, 44, and their twins, Monroe and Morrocan while they relaxed in a hot tub in New York. Aww, how cute!
Nick Cannon’s Mariah Carey Shoutout At The BET Awards
Nick and Zendaya, 17, took the stage to present the award for Best Gospel Artist. Before the pair announced the recipient of the award, the Disney Channel star asked Nick whether he had any career advice for her.
“Save your money, save your money, and–” “Save your money?” Zendaya interjected. “Marry well,” Nick joked, giving a shoutout to Mariah. “Hey baby!” Nick said, looking into the camera and waving.
Meanwhile, Mariah posted a photo to Instagram — around the time Nick presented the award — of her and “Dem Babies” as they relaxed in a rooftop hot tub in New York. Mariah captioned the photo with, “Summer night’s break!”
At the BETs, Nick wore a black t-shirt — featuring a bedazzled image of comedian and actress Luenell Campbell — and a pair of baggy black leather trousers with black Converse sneakers.
Nick Cannon Presents Award For Best Gospel Artist At The BET Awards
This year’s award for Best Gospel Artist went to Tamela Mann, who beat out Donnie McClurkin, Erica Campbell, Hezekiah Walker, and Tye Tribbett.
Tamela is best known for her role as Cora in numerous Tyler Perry films, including I Can Do Bad All By Myself and Madea’s Family Reunion.
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of Nick’s shoutout to Mariah? Let us know!
— Stephanie Bray
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