The Wild ‘N Out host chopped it up with Howard Stern on his SiriusXM radio show recently, and when asked about his parenting life, stated that potentially having more babies was something to consider.
“Every time I answer this question, I can never answer it correctly because I don’t know,” Cannon said. “One time they asked me on Entertainment Tonight, I said I’d leave it in God’s hands, and then all these religious people got mad. ‘Don’t be bringing Jesus into this!’ I think I’m happy currently with my dozen that I got.”
Cannon went on to say he wouldn’t have another kid with just anybody, and that his next potential baby mother would have to be someone “amazing.”
“If I said to you, Nick, Taylor Swift wants to have a baby with you. Would that do it?” Stern asked hypothetically.
“Absolutely,” Cannon replied. “I’m in, let’s go! That’s the one. I’m all in! … First of all, she’s an amazing songwriter and what I do love about Taylor Swift is the fact that she has been so vulnerable and open with all of her music since a young girl. And she’s kinda like me. Me and Taylor’s numbers is very similar when we talk about being in these streets! So I think she would relate to me very well based off of like, ‘Yo, you’ve dated a lot of people in the public eye, so have I.’ So we probably would really understand each other.”
Stern added that Swift had just recently broken up with her boyfriend of six years, British actor Joe Alwyn, to which Cannon jokingly replied: “My Spidey-Senses was tingling.”
This isn’t the first time Nick Cannon has theorized about other suitors. He recently told The Shade Room that he wished he would’ve had a baby with Christina Milian, whom he dated for two years in the early 2000s.
“Everybody talks about having kids, that’s the thing,” Cannon said. “If I say this, I know this gonna go viral, but when Christina Milian and I were doing Love Don’t Cost a Thing, I remember when I found out she was pregnant…I was like, ‘Dang, man,’ but I was so happy for her.”
He added: “I remember we was kids in love early on and so we talked about that, but to each his own. Life plans it out. The universe gives it how it’s supposed to be given.”