AceShowbiz - Nick Cannon and Tamron Hall could have been a couple. During a recent episode of "Power 106", the pair discussed pop culture controversies, and at some point, Nick revealed that he once made a move on Tamron though it didn't work out.
Nick said that he bought Tamron a scarf from clothing line Alaia as a gift, knowing that Tamron is a big fan of the brand. "I was shooting my shot... She was single," "The Masked Singer" host shared. Alas, his move was interrupted because of a thief.
"Someone stole it," Tamron said. "I was single at the time. And I would have taken his shot, just being honest."
"We had a discussion on camera and she told me about how much she liked Alaia. And I knew what Alaia was," Nick added, before Tamron noted that his ex-wife Mariah Carey also likes the brand. "Mariah likes Alia so that's how I knew about Alaia," Nick admitted.
Tamron then recalled, "And you're fly. And Nick said, 'Did you get my gift?' And I said no. And I legit went through 'The Today Show' like a tornado. 'Someone stole Nick Cannon's gift to me!' I DMed him thank you. He never replied. Yeah, that was rude." Nick noted that it was "real awkward," adding that he "didn't see that DM until like a year later."
Tamron responded, "I didn't get it. And I was heartbroken. It was a scarf. I wrote you back and I said, 'Nick, thank you so much. I still can't find it.' And you didn't reply."
Tamron Hall, however, is no longer single now. The former "Today" co-host married music executive Steven Greener in 2019 though she opts to keep it lowkey when it comes to her private life. "This was my deepest, greatest love, and I'd never talked about my personal life on TV. I always thought, 'One day I'll get married, and I don't want my husband to have to look at old episodes of me gushing over the last guy,' " she previously told PEOPLE.
"So I've always been very cautious. I think today, people mistake privacy for secrecy. People say he's my 'secret husband.' But we were going everywhere together; it was just a private thing I needed to protect," Tamron explained.