Mariah Carey says there's "something special on the way" for her and husband Nick Cannon.
Mariah Carey has many titles: singer, actress, entrepreneur. At 39, is she ready to add "mother" to that list? Carey and her husband Nick Cannon are no stranger to pregnancy rumors, but this one appears to have some evidence behind it.
Mariah talks to Larry King about future family plans and an 'emotionally abusive' past relationship.
During her chat with Larry King on Wednesday, Mariah Carey again denied persistent rumors that she's pregnant—rumors that weren't quieted any once recent photos of the songstress in a revealing swimsuit hit the Internet.
Until the family arrives, Mariah is enjoying her alone time with Nick. And we're glad that Mariah is in a healthy relationship now, especially since she also divulged to Larry King that she's experienced the opposite. When asked for her reaction to Rihanna's abuse story, Mariah replied that "abuse has several categories," and admitted to suffering emotional and mental abuse...
Movies, toys and questions kept YourTango interesting this week.
With everything from date movies to sex toys, YourTango this week was just like great party—loaded, interesting and full of surprises.
In case you were too busy filling up on cake, here's what you missed.
Nick Cannon is furious over lines in Eminem's "Bagpipes From Baghdad."
Eminem's new record, Relapse, has been leaked on the internet. One of the tracks, "Bagpipes From Baghdad," supposedly pokes fun at Mariah Carey. Her husband, Nick Cannon, is not happy about it. On his blog, Nick Cannon has struck back at his wife's ex-boyfriend and vowed revenge. The post has since been removed but we can probably expect the mother of all rap battles to drop this summer.
The happy couple celebrated her birthday in Barbados and added to their family.
Nick Cannon picked out an 8-week-old Jack Russell terrier named Cha-Cha as a gift for his wife, Mariah Carey, for their first anniversary, which is in May. "We never went on a honeymoon," Nick told Us Weekly, "so I guess I can tell you we'll probably go to Barbados."
Celebrity relationships were big news in 2008. From Jennifer Aniston to Beyoncé, it's all here.
The celebs were up to their usual breakup, make-up, make-out, freak-out routine in 2008. But a few celebrities had particularly noteworthy years and we got Paul McCartney, Anne Hathaway, Britney Spears, Jay-Z, Eliot Spitzer, Jennifer Aniston, Lindsay Lohan, Ellen Degeneres and Madonna all on board.
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon held off on the premarital sex.
According to the old gossip train, Mariah Carey made Nick Cannon wait until they were properly wed to have sexual relations. This tactic is best exemplified by "Keep Your Hands To Yourself" by the Georgia Satellites. Clearly, he was OK with it, otherwise he'd just have hit some other little jump off and not sweated it. Weird times with celebs.
Woman make the case for living the cougar lifestyle.
From celebrity relationships (Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon, Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher, Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry) to television (Lipstick Jungle, The Old Adventures of New Christine and ABC's Cougar Town set to air in 2009) it's clear that the older-woman-dating-down double standard has undergone a major shift. The term "cougar" even surfaced in a T-Mobile commercial. In the following five reasons, you'll learn from women loving the lifestyle why you should embark on your own May-December (or just September) romance. But do yourself a favor and stick to guys over 21 unless you want to be buying all of the booze.