Nick Cannon Reveals His Biggest ‘Bedroom Insecurity’

Nick Cannon has revealed his biggest 'bedroom insecurity'. 
Credit: Nickelodeon via YouTube

Nick Cannon has revealed his biggest ‘bedroom insecurity’. 

In his Nickelodeon show, named after himself, the American comedian admitted he doesn’t like being ‘completely naked’.

He said: “I’ve been skinny my whole life therefore I have never liked to be completely naked.

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“As much as I boast about being in shape… I hide under the covers.”

On his show, Cannon was joined by Dr Ish Major, Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino, Chris Distefano and Rip Micheals, who also shared their worries at their ‘performance’ in the bedroom.

Chatting to them, the dad-of-seven said: “I laugh like if someone’s giving me bad news, I kinda laugh it off, but that’s that insecurity of not knowing what to do.

“[I’ll] go straight for the joke instead of actually sharing how [I] feel.”

Last year, Cannon claimed that he was going to go ‘celibate’ until 2022. Apparently, this was advice that was given to him by his therapist, after he welcomed four children with three different women in the space of a year.

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Nick Cannon has fathered seven children. Credit: Nickelodeon via YouTube

At the end of 2021, the 41-year-old confirmed the tragic news that his son, aged five months old, had passed away.

He made the announcement on his show and explained to viewers that his child, Zen, had died from hydrocephalus, which is a form of brain cancer.

Although aware of his Zen’s condition, Cannon and the toddler’s mum, Alyssa Scott, made the difficult decision to have him not undergo chemotherapy.

The TV presenter told People magazine: “We were having quality-of-life conversations.

“We could have had that existence where he would’ve had to live in the hospital, hooked up to machines, for the rest of the time. 

“From someone who’s had to deal with chemotherapy before, I know that pain.

“To see that happen to a two-month-old, I didn’t want that. I didn’t want him to suffer.”

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Written by Aimee Walker

Aimee is a senior content editor at IGV who specialises in finding the best original stories, trending topics and entertainment news. She graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Media and Communications.