Singer Mariah Carey and husband Nick Cannon renewed their wedding vows after welcoming baby twins on their third anniversary. The two were married on April 30, 2008.
The Rev. Al Sharpton conducted a renewal ceremony on Sunday -- from Carey's hospital room -- and blessed the baby girl and boy, whose names have not yet been released.
Singer Mariah Carey and husband Nick Cannon could be parents very soon.
Hollywood baby bump watchers are whispering that the singer is scheduled to undergo a C-section at an L.A. area hospital on Friday.
Check out this Twitpic of Carey getting her baby belly painted as an Easter egg!
Cannon and Carey married in 2008. The twins will be the couple's first children.
Singer Mariah Carey and her husband, Nick Cannon, have become parents on their third anniversary! Carey gave birth to her twins Saturday, a girl and a boy, at an undisclosed L.A. hospital, "Extra" has confirmed.
Carey's representative said the baby girl was born first, weighing 5 pounds, 3 ounces, and was 18 inches tall; her brother was next, at 5 pounds 6 ounces, and was 19 inches tall.
In the May 2 issue of Life & Style magazine, Mariah Carey gives a sneak peek inside her glamorous nursery -- filled with comfy chairs, giant stuffed animals, a star-speckled ceiling, and matching pink and green cribs. "I feel like I'm bringing two individuals into the world, so I wanted to do more than cookie-cutter styles in blue and pink," the mom-to-be tells the magazine.
A very pregnant Mariah Carey posed in her birthday suit for Life & Style magazine just weeks from giving birth. Carey and husband Nick Cannon are expecting twins, a boy and a girl.
The singer told the magazine, "I was feeling very vulnerable about taking pictures at all right now, but then I didn't want to miss this opportunity to document this once-in-a-lifetime experience."
Singer Mariah Carey and hubby Nick Cannon celebrated the impending birth of their twins with a small group of friends at an L.A. hotel rooftop on Sunday.
"I'd never been to a baby shower," Carey told Life & Style magazine. "This was my first one -- it was so festive!"
Carey added, "There was a lot of love in the room, and to top it off, fans from more than 50 countries sent well-wishes and stories in a book they made for our twins titled 'Always Be My Babies,' which was the sweetest gesture in the world. It was a night I will never forget."
"America's Got Talent" host Nick Cannon stopped by The Grove to chat with "Extra's" Mario Lopez about becoming a new dad.
"I feel nervous but I'm blessed," admitted Cannon. Lopez asked Cannon if he knew what sex the twin babies were, and he replied, "I can't tell you that. I would love to tell you, but my wife has to let everyone know."