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Nick & Mariah's Biggest Parenting Disagreement

by Daily Shot 5:43 mins

Nick & Mariah's Biggest Parenting Disagreement

by Daily Shot 5:43 mins

The America’s Got Talent Host says he and wife Mariah Carey agree on most things when it comes to parenting…except for this one. “I definitely want my children to go to public schools, my wife is on the fence about it.” Cannon says he wants to establish as much normalcy as possible for his children, while Mariah is more concerned about safety. Nick’s argument to that is: “Private school’s got the craziest kids anyway! They have the most access to drugs and weapons!” Nick also dishes on the TMI interview that got him into trouble at home, and more gossip.

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