Nick Cannon’s “Nerve-Wracking” Labor Scare

After seeing his pregnant wife, Mariah Carey, rushed to hospital for early contractions this past weekend, soon-to-be daddy Nick Cannon describes the experience as “nerve-wracking”.

“They’re calling it a ‘scare’, but really, it was just nerve-wracking,” he confesses. “We were in the hospital from 4am until I don’t even know.”

Admitting that his songstress partner is “super ready” to welcome “dem babies” – boy and girl – into the world, Nick went on to tell the Los Angeles Times that he knows it’s best if the babies stay put for the time being:

The thing with twins is that you want them in their natural incubator as long as possible. They might be ready to come out, but we need them to stay in for a while.

Recently, the expectant mama took to Twitter with a gorgeous snapshot of her growing belly.

Nick, 30, and Mariah, 42, whose twins are due next month, will celebrate their 3rd wedding anniversary on April 30.

Filed under: Expecting,Mariah Carey,Nick Cannon

Photo credit: Bauer Griffin

  • Courtney

    um cbb you spelled labor wrong the spelling you used it for the political party in England. it’s natrual for a father to be scared if his wife goes in to pre-term labor. though 5lbs is considered a healthy weight for twins and in the last few they’ll probably grow upto 2lbs 5oz each. all that matters is that Mariah and the twins are healthy

    • klutzy_girl

      Labor is not spelled wrong. It’s spelled exactly that way in England.

    • Anonymous

      “Um” Courtney, you should probably work on your own spelling and grammar before you start correcting anyone else’s.

    • Suzy

      5lb babies growing to 2lbs 5oz. Good math!

    • Desiree Fawn

      It’s the correct spelling in Canada, apologies 🙂

    • Anonymous

      Wow, for once Courtney didn’t bless us all with her hollywood pregnancy fun facts…instead she decided to play grammar & spelling police. Nice change…like a breath of fresh air!

      • Anonymous

        But she still managed to throw in a little pediatric advice, which is nice.

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