The “Who’s Got My Baby” sketch confused some social media users and reporters, as the duo teased it on Tuesday as a potential new project for E!
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Kevin Hart announced his latest project, Celebrity Prank Wars , which went viral after a joke on Wednesday Nick Cannon and the mothers of his children.
The show, which premieres April 6, will see the duo take their “friendly feud” up a notch, with Hart and Cannon expanding to include their Some famous friends.
According to the network, the episode will see the stars “plan and pull off some of the craziest and most viral pranks,” with co-hosts Cannon and Hart choosing each prank winner of the war. Expect each prank to be more complicated than the next. Celebrity participants on the show will include Anthony Anderson, Brie Bella, Nikki Bella, Lil Duvall, Big E, Fantasia, Tiffany Haddish, Taraji P. Henson , Lil Jon, Kofi Kingston, Ludacris, Joel McHale, Killer Mike, Chance the Rapper, T-Pain, Robin Thicke, TI and Xavier Woods.
The project was originally teased on Tuesday via a slightly wacky fake new clip E! Game show featuring Hart and Cannon. In the clip, titled Having My Baby With Nick Cannon, Hart hosts “The Mother of All Game Shows,” a dating game skit in which Cannon is wooed by various women seeking to be the mother of his next child.
“You’re going to get some contestants who want your kids,” Hart told a cheering studio audience.
Hart hosts Celebrity Game Face for E! Since in 730 Since its debut, previously joked about Cannon’s relationship on a billboard in Los Angeles, advising viewers Called Cannon for parenting advice .
Cannon welcomes the sketch by spreading the word on his social media different from six since The woman gave birth to a child . Recently 14, he Documenting his daytime experience showing his 5 month old sons Zen and Alyssa Scott,
from brain cancer . He also defended his multiple relationships, refuting the sexist double standard in which his partnerships were treated and the impossibility of his family composition being healthy.
“I’ve seen people believe in traditional home work, [however] there’s a lot of toxicity in that environment,” he said at the time. “It’s not about what society thinks is right. Like, what makes it right for you? What makes you happy? What makes you happy? How do you define family? We all define family in many different ways ’”
The clip itself caused some confusion online when it was released on Tuesday, with points like Today show even reported that it was a reality show.
Celebrity Prank Wars
Produced by Hartbeat and NCredible, executive produced by Hart, Cannon, Kevin Healey, Luke Kelly-Clyne, Mike Stein, Bryan Smiley, Thai Randolph, Jeff Clanagan, Michael Goldman and Ben Sumpter Filmmaker.
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