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Nick Cannon Addresses Talk Show Cancellation After Only One Season

Nick Cannon addressed his talk show audience on Thursday (March 10) about the cancellation of his show, caulking it up to “show business.”

Cannon said hosting his own talk show has “been a dream come true,” and told the audience, “I want to expand and elevate. We ain’t going nowhere, but it’s about broadening my audience.” Nick Cannon’s talk show will still air for another month. Many staffers were unaware of the cancellation when Page Six announced it on Wednesday, however they had already been searching for more work due to the show’s low ratings.  “We laugh together, we cry together, we pray together. I do what I can, and we let God do what I can’t,” Cannon said.

With Wendy Williams’s show being turned over to Sherri Sheppard and talks of Jennifer Hudson getting her own show, who will you turn to for daytime talk shows?

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