This year's Super Bowl was watched by A LOT of people -- including some of our favorite A-listers!
Nick Cannon News Archive
If you didn't know already, snorting CONDOMS is a YouTube trend that hit the video sharing site as early as last October.
But after a whole mess of people started taking part in the "condom challenge," in which young kids snort condoms through their noses and then pull them out from their mouths got extremely popular, celebs such as Ellen DeGeneres, Kanye West, Olivia Munn, Justin Long and Nick Cannon are telling everyone who takes part in this trend to STOP IT!
We're not exactly sure why teenagers are taking part in this wacky movement, aside from trying to outdo others, but hey, what can we do???
Ch-ch-check out the clip (above) to watch the stars tell people to STOP snorting condoms!!
It's that time of year again!!!
The NBA All-Star Celebrity Game has just drafted their teams, and it's looking like it's gonna be a crazy show-down!!
Nick Cannon will go down as one of the nicest, most hard working guys in Hollywood — which is not too shabby at all as far as a legacy goes!
Luckily, he's still with us after a health crisis this year, and we as a world can continue to know and love him.
Here's what he said about being diagnosed with Lupus, which is an autoimmune disease with no cure that caused his kidneys to shut down earlier this year:
Like this guy needs MORE surgery!!
Nick Cannon, in a bid to freak out followers, has posted a picture of himself about to undergo dental surgery.
We're super glad it isn't anything riskier than that!
He also tweeted this words of explanation:
"Finished work, now I got to get my tooth pulled in the morning!"
"All done! High as s**t."
Glad you're good to go, Nick!
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Nick Cannon has basically hosted everything so far, so why not a kidney walk??
Nick was hospitalized last winter for acute kidney injury and diagnosed with lupus nephritis, so it make sense that he would stand up and support National Kidney Foundation's Kidney Walk to spread the word about kidneys and kidney disease.
Here's what he said about it: