Nick Cannon Announces ‘Celebrity Prank Wars’ as New Show With Kevin Hart
Nick Cannon has recently made an announcement on his Instagram account about his upcoming show, Celebrity Prank Wars, which appears to be the real deal. The post features a photo of Cannon and Kevin Hart shaking hands, with each of them hiding a prank item behind their backs.
Nick Cannon Announces Upcoming New Show With Kevin Hart
Cannon and Hart are teaming up for a new show called Celebrity Prank Wars, and the announcement is confirmed to be real this time. After the revelation that Cannon and Hart’s previously announced show, Who’s Having My Baby?, was a fake, the announcement of Celebrity Prank Wars follows.
In a recent Instagram post, Cannon confirmed that the new show Celebrity Prank Wars is in fact their real show. Cannon shared a photo of himself and Hart shaking hands with each of them hiding a prank item behind their backs.
Fans of both comedians are excited about this new project, which promises to be full of hilarious pranks and unexpected twists. According to the logline, each episode will feature celebrities planning and perpetrating some of the wildest and most viral pranks on each other, with hosts Cannon and Hart choosing one winner of the Prank War.
The show is produced by Hartbeat and NCredible, with executive producers including Hart, Cannon, Healey, Luke Kelly-Clyne, Mike Stein, Bryan Smiley, Thai Randolph, Jeff Clanagan, Michael Goldman, and Ben Sumpter.
Celebrity Prank Wars promises to be a hilarious and entertaining addition to the world of reality TV. Fans of Cannon and Hart are eagerly awaiting the premiere on April 6 and can’t wait to see what pranks these celebrities have in store for each other.
A Brief Overview of Nick Cannon’s Previous Projects
Cannon has made a name for himself in the entertainment industry with his diverse talents as an actor, comedian, musician, producer, and television host. He first landed his breakthrough role in the movie Drumline in 2002, playing the character of Devon Miles.
Cannon’s career took off from there, with notable performances in movies like Love Don’t Cost a Thing, Roll Bounce, and also Underclassman. He has also lent his voice to characters in several animated films, including Monster House and The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Aside from his work in movies, Cannon has also made a name for himself as a television host. He was the host of the popular talent show America’s Got Talent for eight seasons, which earned him a Daytime Emmy Award nomination in 2012. He has also hosted other TV shows, including Wild ‘n Out, The Masked Singer, and Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out.