All set to make her grand return to the stage, Mariah Carey walked hand-in-hand with Nick Cannon inside of Gotham Hall in New York City on Thursday night (March 1).
Having steered clear of concert performances since late 2010 as she and Nick welcomed twins Moroccan and Monroe in April 2011, the "Glitter" gal looked svelte in a black ensemble as she readied to take part in the Caesars Entertainment "Escape to Total Rewards" kick-off event.
The show aims to “celebrate the accomplishments of people of color in the fields of television, music, literature and film, and also honors individuals or groups who promote social justice through creative endeavors,” and this year’s NAACP Image Awards nominees have been announced.
Brand new mama Beyonce Knowles is among the esteemed trophy contenders while up for Best Music Video for “I Was Here,” Outstanding Song with “Best Thing I Never Had” and Outstanding Album for her latest record, 4.
Held each year to pay tribute to a handful of iconic African-American figures, the 2012 BET Honors took place in Washington, D.C. on Saturday night (January 14).
With the ceremony set at the Warner Theatre, Mariah Carey and husband Nick Cannon shared a few kisses on the arrivals carpet while joined by fellow guests including Willow Smith, Kelly Rowland, Aretha Franklin and singer Michelle Williams.
After bring hospitalized last week with kidney failure, Nick Cannon has since been released from the medical facility and is recovering at home.
Of the positive progress, a rep told that “[Cannon] was released over the weekend to be with his family. He is resting and recovering at home and would like to thank everyone who has expressed concern, well wishes and prayers.”
After being rushed to a hospital in Aspen, CO – Nick Cannon is expected to make a full recovery, but what exactly went wrong?
The “America’s Got Talent” host’s lovely wife Mariah Carey tweeted that Nick was dealing with “mild kidney failure” and now Dr Bryan Becker of the National Kidney Foundation chatted with People about his condition.