Nick Cannon doesn't want his 11-month-old twins, Moroccan Scott and Monroe, to become famous even though their mother Mariah Carey is in favour of it.
Nick Cannon doesn't want his children to become famous.
The 'America's Got Talent' host has 11-month-old twins, Moroccan Scott and Monroe, with wife Mariah Carey and while the singer would be happy for them to be child stars, Nick wants them to concentrate on their education.
When asked if he would like the adorable tots to audition on the talent show he presents, Nick said: ''Absolutely not. That's my personal feeling. If you asked my wife, she would say, 'Yes! Let's sign them up next year!'
''The thing that is great about this show is that you're giving people who would never have an opportunity at stardom an opportunity. As a parent, and maybe because I'm a new parent, I am so protective and so sensitive and would never want anyone to judge my child.''
However, Nick admits if getting into showbiz is something they really want to do when they're older, he wouldn't stand in their way.
He said: ''You catch me in 10 years and my child is an amazing singer or drummer and says, 'Dad, I want to do it,' of course I am going to support whatever they want.''