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Nick Cannon will host the "Future Superstars" docuseries on VH1

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Nick Cannon will be introducing new talent from his 2023 Future Superstars Tour in a new docuseries, Nick Cannon Presents: Future Superstars.

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Set for Nov. 21st, each half-hour episode will showcase the talents of nine emerging artists and their musical journeys as Cannon offers them valuable mentorship.

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Cannon's record label, N'Credible Entertainment, which he formed in 2009, teamed up with VH1 for the docuseries.

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Cannon also hosted the popular comedy sketch show, 'Wild 'N Out,' for four seasons from 2005 to 2007, during which comedians earned between $27,000 and $50,000 per episode

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From 2009 to 2016, he hosted America's Got Talent, earning $70,000 an episode. He quit in 2017, citing creative differences with the NBC executives.

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By Cannon's own admission, he makes $100 million a year to support "his lifestyle" which includes providing for 11 kids from six different women.

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He revealed in an interview that he spends over $3 million on his kids, including two sets of twins, apart from what is court-ordered.

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Cannon also has his own charity, the Nicholas Scott Cannon Foundation. His net worth is currently estimated to be $20 million.

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