Nick Cannon Dishes on Possible Mariah Carey Duet, Shares His Secret to Co-Parenting: 'It's All About Love'

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Nick Cannon
is getting candid about co-parenting with ex-wife Mariah Carey, and sharing his thoughts about her new music.

The comedian and musician sat down with Frankie Grande and Rachel Smith on Amazon's Style Code Live on Thursday, where he opened up about his amiable relationship with his ex-wife and their 5-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, and how he remains a big part of their lives.

The 36-year-old TV personality said that he and Carey have been able to "embrace" their co-parenting responsibilities and having their kids grow up in an "unorthodox household."

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"[They] know, 'You don't get to see daddy every single day,'… but [they] understand that daddy's presence is felt every single day," Cannon said. "On the weekends, we tear up Chuck E. Cheese's."

As for how he makes his post-split relationship with Carey work, Cannon said, "It's all about love."

"You put the kids first," he said, "but then when you understand that you have unconditional love for these human beings and you want the best existence for them, then you put whatever differences you may have had aside."

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"A lot of times, when you think about breakups in relationships, it’s usually over ego," Cannon added. "And if you can remove your ego from that, and make it about your loved ones, that's what it's all about."

With their comfortable rapport and both artists working on new music, Grande asked Cannon if fans might be able to hope for a duet in the future.

The former couple have worked on music in the past, and according to Cannon, the idea of collaborating on tracks in the future isn't totally out of the question.

"You never know," he teased. "It could happen again."

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Cannon also dished on Carey's new single, "I Don't," which she recently revealed was about her break-up with her ex-fiancé, Australian billionaire James Packer.

"For her new single, which I think is super dope… she sampled a record that I sampled on my mixtape, and I was like, 'Why is she copying me?'" Cannon joked.

He also opened up about a recent health scare he had over the holidays while battling lupus. According to Cannon, his lupus condition is actually under control, but it was his medicine that made him sick.

"I had too much medicine in me," he recounted. "I had to have like, five blood transfusions because it was so much stuff. But I'm good now!"

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The experience helped him realize that he wants to be "as holistic and homeopathic as possible" as he continues to manage his illness.

For more from the outspoken star about co-parenting with his ex-wife, check out the video below.

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