Nick Cannon and Kevin Hart’s game show Who’s Got My Baby pulled pranks on social media to promote new series
Nick Cannon doesn’t mind getting in on the joke about his sprawling family tree.
The 42-year-old host of “The Masked Singer,” who to date has fathered a dozen children with six different women, posted cryptic messages Tuesday that he was joining forces with his friend Kevin Hart for a game show titled “Who Has My Baby? with Nick Cannon.
“We look forward to… a new show on E!” read subtitles on Cannon’s Twitter and instagram accounts, as well as teasing that “#WhosHavingMyBaby is premiering this spring” and will be hosted by Hart.
The announcement of the baby-making machine project went viral and set the Twitterverse on fire. But it all turned out to be a big joke.
In fact, the game show was a promo for an actual series that Cannon and Hart executive produce and host called “Celebrity Prank Wars.” The comedians are close friends who have clowned publicly throughout their various projects in recent years.
“Okay, so…’Who’s going to have my baby?’ It was a joke, but #CelebrityPrankWars is our real show!” Canyon tweeted.
Scheduled to premiere April 6 on E!, the series is described as “an all-out war where one celebrity pranks another and revenge ensues.”
Taraji P. Henson, Tiffany Haddish, Anthony Anderson, Brie Bella, Nikki Bella, Fantasia, Lil Jon, Joel McHale, Chance the Rapper and Cannon’s “Masked Singer” co-star Robin Thicke were announced as “Celebrity Prank” contestants. Wars”. ”