Tuesday's episode of "America's Got Talent" took a scary turn when one of the Gymkana members, Warren Hull, jumped through a ring of fire, catching some of the flames on his suit and causing the flaming ring to come crashing to the stage.
"Extra's" Terri Seymour was backstage when the incident happened and tweeted, "Very dramatic night on AGT! Warren Hull from Gymkana assured me he's not hurt even though it burnt through his suit."
After months of speculation, Mariah Carey will join "X Factor" as a "guest of a judge" for the much-anticipated FOX competition series.
"Extra's" Terri Seymour spoke with Carey's husband, Nick Cannon, who hosts "America's Got Talent." Cannon confirmed, "Now it's official. I still don't know what she's doing, but she's doing something! She's ready... she's excited!"
"Extra's" Terri Seymour caught up with "America's Got Talent" host Nick Cannon after the show Tuesday -- and he talked about his wife Mariah Carey's recent stint on the Home Shopping Network.
"My wife was off the chain," Cannon laughed. "She was running the Home Shopping Network!"
While Carey was on HSN selling her jewelry line, Cannon made a brief appearance. He explained, "Yeah, I just showed, said hello, kissed her, got on a plane and came here. That's love. Show up and do what the missus tells you."
Watch all of "Extra's" interviews backstage at "America's Got Talent," in which judges Sharon Osbourne and Piers Morgan talk about singer Amy Winehouse's tragic death.
"America's Got Talent" host Nick Cannon stopped by The Grove to talk with "Extra" correspondent Terri Seymour about the twins... and the gorgeous diamond necklace he gave to wife, Mariah Carey.
"It says Moroccan and Monroe in pink and white diamonds," explained Cannon. "My wife has so much jewelry, so I've got be really creative when I give gifts."
The proud papa said the twins are growing so fast. "My son Roc lives up to his name. He's a tough guy. He's already crawling. And then my daughter, she's just a diva."
Nick Cannon teamed up with AT&T, The Get Schooled Foundation and Viacom for the "Get Schooled Celebrity Challenge," a six-week promotion designed to engage students educationally during summer months.
Along with Nick, superstars Monica, Trey Songz, Anna Sophia Robb and Malin Akerman will also join the challenge, in which participants set educational goals and prepare for the upcoming school year.
New dad Nick Cannon stopped by The Grove and talked with "Extra's" Mario Lopez about the wild rumor Child Protective Services were called in because his wife, Mariah Carey, had been abusing alcohol while breastfeeding their baby twins.
"Aw man, it was a little crazy," said Cannon. "It just shows you what people will do to conjure up a story or try and a get picture. We don't know exactly who called, saying that my wife was drinking alcohol. One of the nurses told my wife that to make the breast milk come out, drink a little dark Guinness -- and it actually happened! So I guess that's where the story came from."
Singer Mariah Carey and TV host hubby Nick Cannon welcomed their twins -- a boy and girl -- last Saturday in Los Angeles. Their son's name is Moroccan Scott Cannon and his nickname is "Roc." He was named after a Moroccan-themed room in Mariah's New York City home. His sister will be called Monroe, after Marilyn.
The Moroccan Room, which sits on the top floor of the home is also the place where Nick proposed to Carey in 2008. Scott is Cannon's grandmother's maiden name and Nick's middle name.
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.