Dionne Warwick Reunites With Nick Cannon on ‘The Nick Cannon Show’
Dionne Warwick reunited with Nick Cannon to talk about new music, Twitter, and more. The legendary singer stopped by The Nick Cannon Show for a special Valentine’s day episode. Cannon was on his “best behavior” as The Masked Singer alum continues her legendary career.
Warwick wore a sweater covered in red kisses. The “What The World Needs Now Is Love,” singer stopped by the daytime talk show to discuss her latest inspirational single. “Power In The Name,” is a song that Warwick forgot she recorded years ago. The singer teamed up with rap star Krayzie Bone as well as her Grammy award winning son Damon Elliott. The video was shot and edited on an iPhone, showing how well Warwick is adapting to technology.
Warwick’s new music sets her in a category of her own. She is now nominated to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. Inductees will be announced this May and Warwick took to Twitter to let her fans know that voting is open.
Warwick explained to Cannon some of her recent hilarious tweets regarding Taylor Swift’s red scarf debacle as well as questioning Chance The Rapper’s stage name.
Lately the singer has become the queen of Twitter. Warwick’s tweets frequently go viral for her tell it like it is attitude. Her quick wit, as well as her playful squabbles with some of today’s hottest artists are hilarious. The 81 year old singer is often accused of not writing her own tweets. She put those rumors to rest during her sit down with Cannon.
Dionne Warwick on ‘The Masked Singer’
Warwick has fans from “many different generations.” The singer has been in the music industry since 1962. She has reached new fans on Twitter as well as the hit competition show, The Masked Singer. The entertainer appeared on Season 3 of the show and performed as the Mouse. Although she did not make it far in the competition, Cannon was honored to have her a part of the show.
“They would not let me talk to anybody,” Warwick said about the pressure of being on The Masked Singer.
The Grammy award winning artist will next be seen in her recently announced CNN+ documentary, Dionne Warwick: Don’t Make Me Over. Warwick also has a Las Vegas residency at the Stirling Club. Her “Nothing’s Impossible” single with Chance The Rapper is also on streaming platforms.