Nick Cannon & Bre Tiesi Allegedly Expecting A Boy After Baby Shower Photos Surface

Nick Cannon is expanding his family…once again. A new report from TMZ reveals that the 41-year-old was spotted at a baby shower with Bre Tiesi, and from the looks of photos taken at the event, Cannon is the daddy-to-be.

Tiesi’s shower took place on Sunday, January 30th in Malibu, where a display of pink and blue balloons had been set up, building anticipation for the big gender reveal that would later take place in front of friends and family.

The 30-year-old model recently finalized her divorce from NFL athlete Johnny Manziel and appears to be happier than ever in the new pictures with Cannon, both stars rocking all-white outfits, though Tiesi’s was much more glamorous than her rumoured baby daddy’s.

When it was time to unload the party poppers, blue confetti came shooting out, breaking the exciting news that the celebrities are welcoming a baby boy together – surely a special moment for Cannon, who recently lost his 5-month-old son, Zen, after a battle with cancer.

TMZ notes that Zen was the comedian’s seventh child; model Alyssa Scott gave birth to him back in 2021. In the last year and a half, the Wild ‘N Out star has fathered three other kids – Zillion and Zion, who arrived in June, and his daughter, Powerful, who was born last December.

While speaking about the size of his family on The Breakfast Club, Cannon said, “The idea that a man should have one woman… we should have anything… I have no ownership over this person. It’s about what exchange we can create together.”

“I’ve never really subscribed to that mentality. I don’t want ownership over anybody. I don’t have ownership over any of the mothers. Every woman that I deal with or dealt with, they know how I feel,” he added.

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Howard Hesseman, Dr. Johnny Fever on ‘WKRP in Cincinnati,’ dies at 81

Howard Hesseman, Dr. Johnny Fever on ‘WKRP in Cincinnati,’ dies at 81

Staff and wire reports  |  USA TODAY

Howard Hesseman, enshrined in pop culture history for his role as radio disc jockey Dr. Johnny Fever on CBS sitcom “WKRP in Cincinnati,” has died at 81.

The actor scored two Emmy nominations as best supporting actor for his role on the show, which ran 2from 1978 to 198. He also played Ann Romano’s husband, Sam, on “One Day at a Time” and went on to star in “Head of the Class” as teacher Charlie Moore in the ’80s.

His manager Robbie Kass confirmed Sunday to The Associated Press that Hesseman died on Saturday in Los Angeles from complications of colon surgery.

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Hesseman’s role as Fever made him a counterculture icon at a time when few hippie characters made it onto network television.

“I think maybe Johnny smokes a little marijuana, drinks beer and wine, and maybe a little hard liquor,” Hesseman told The New York Times in 1979 as he readied for one of three “Saturday Night Live” hosting gigs. “And on one of those hard mornings at the station, he might take what for many years was referred to as a diet pill. But he is a moderate user of soft drugs, specifically marijuana.”

Hesseman’s “WKRP in Cincinnati” co-star Frank Bonner, who played a polyester plaid-claid salesman Herb Tarlek, died last summer at age 79 from complications of Lewy body dementia.

“WKRP” took place in at a struggling Ohio radio station trying to reinvent itself with a rock format. The cast included Hesseman, Bonner, Gary Sandy, Tim Reid and Jan Smithers.

Contributing: Kim Willis, USA TODAY, and Jake Coyle, The Associated Press

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