Fans baffled as Nick Cannon stars in trailer for 'reality show' where women 'compete' to have his 13th child

Nick Cannon has sent social media users into a frenzy with the announcement of a "reality show" where women will supposedly compete to have his next baby.

The 42-year-old Wild N' Out host left online users feeling on edge after he shared a cryptic post on his Twitter page on Monday (March 6), writing: "Expect some big news tomorrow ..." with the baby bottle emoji.

Fans immediately began speculating that the Love Don't Cost A Thing actor - who is father to 12 children with five different women - was planning to reveal that his large brood expanded.
However, they were instead left bewildered after Cannon took to his social media to announce that he will be starring in a bizarre reality TV show called Who's Having My Baby? and it will supposedly premiere on E! this Spring.

Check out the trailer below:

As if having 12 children isn't enough, this new series is seemingly a competition dedicated to finding the mother of the 'Gigolo' rapper's 13th child...

The trailer shows that he will be joined by Kevin Hart as the competition's host, who says to Cannon: "You’re going to get some contestants that wanna have your baby!"

The 43-year-old comedian then introduces a string of competitors who paraded merrily onto the stage as the America's Got Talent host is sat grinning on a couch nearby.

The women can also be seen giggling as The Masked Singer host played: "Eenie meenie minie mo," between them, before Hart yelled: "Let's GO!"

Upon seeing the trailer, many people quickly flooded Cannon's social media page to condemn the outlandish nature of the new reality TV show.

One user wrote: "This is somehow worse than what I *thought* the announcement was gonna be."

Another said: "This is moral depravity at its peak. Absolutely ridiculous. Smh."

A third commented: "The way the humanity is set up right now... I don't think I wanna be a part of it!"

A fourth shared: "Which Black Mirror episode is this?"

People are rightfully baffled as just recently, Cannon shared in an interview with Entertainment Tonight that his consistent baby-making streak will end...if God allows it.

"God decides when we’re done, but I believe I definitely got my hands full," he disclosed. "And I’m so focused. I’m locked in. But when I’m 85, you never know. I might [have more]," the actor added - indicating that he still may be open to expanding his family in the future.

The comedian first became a dad in 2011 when he and his then-wife Mariah Carey welcomed now-11-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe. The pair separated in 2014 and eventually divorced in 2016.

He then welcomed one-year-old twins Zion and Zillion, and daughter Beautiful Zeppelin, three months, with Abby De La Rosa. He is also a father to sons Golden, six, and Rise, five months, and daughter Powerful, two, with Brittany Bell.

The TV host also shares a baby boy named Legendary, seven months, with Bre Tiesi, and a baby girl named Onyx, five months, with LaNisha Cole.

And just recently, Cannon welcomed his 12th child - a baby girl named Halo Marie - with model Alyssa Scott. The pair also shared a son named Zen, who tragically passed away from brain cancer five months after his birth.

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