Sneak Peek of Nick Cannon Parodying Michael Jackson in New Music Video
Nick Cannon is going to channel his inner Michael Jackson in his upcoming "Famous" music video. The husband of Mariah Carey is snapped filming the video in a Los Angeles set, doing parodies of famous people from the music icons to internet stars.
Beside tackling the King of Pop, the host of "America's Got Talent" will also appear on the clip as rapper MC Hammer, KISS' star Gene Simmons, "Bed Intruder" hitmaker Antoine Dodson, Ted "Golden Voice" Williams, and screaming pastor Kerney Thomas.
Featuring Akon, "Famous" will be included in Nick's new studio album which is due later this year. It will also serve as the theme song for his first-ever stand-up comedy special, which is scheduled to premiere on Showtime on May 14 at 9 P.M.
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