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The 'America's Got Talent' host vents his frustration following reports about his marriage, saying, 'At this difficult time I would ask all civilized people to please respect my family.'
According to Scholastic, Cannon's upcoming book which is titled 'Neon Aliens Ate My Homework and Other Poems' will hit the stores in March 2015.
James Cannon posted a series of cryptic messages, possibly referring to his son's marriage breakdown, saying, 'If the husband say no lies, and the wife lies all the time, what should that man do?'
Things are reportedly getting ugly after the 'America's Got Talent' host made his own comments when he was not supposed to say a word until they worked on a statement together.
According to a recent report, the 'My All' singer and her husband have agreed to sign a confidentiality agreement following their separation which took place a few months ago.
The 'America's Got Talent' host says he and his wife of six years 'have been living in separate houses for a few months.'
Numerous reports claim that the 'Hero' singer and her husband are living in separate places and that they have met divorce lawyers to arrange custody of their children and property settlement.
The 'AGT' host alarmed the judges when he pretended to attack them after his act as 'Larry the Mime' got panned.
Cannon shares a photo of his children, who turned 3 on April 30, riding mini cars and writes, 'They grow up so fast! They already driving!!!'
In a family photo, the '#Beautiful' singer and her daughter Monroe don a headband with bunny ears and matching outfits.
The rapper/TV host says that he did the controversial stunt because 'everybody's really sensitive when it comes to race.'
The '#Beautiful' singer shares a photo of her wearing the birthday present from her husband, writing, 'I'm just happy he's here!!!'
The 'America's Got Talent' host responds to the criticism by posting a photo of Robert Downey Jr. donning blackface and saying that 'there is a big difference between humor and hatred.'
Benny and Rafi Fine along with the singer/TV host are developing 'ReactToThat', a half-hour show based on their popular YouTube franchise.
Directed by Gabriel Hart a.k.a. VideoGod, the new NSFW video shows some dancers twerking and showing off their bare butts to the camera.