May 26, 2020
Talk show host Nick Cannon shares the books he will be reading in preparation for his next degree as he opens up about one way he has been productive during the quarantine.
Quarantine might be keeping Nick indoors, but it is not making him unproductive. The college graduate has read and given book reports on 14 books since mid-March.
Cannon is not stopping at all and is inviting his supporters to join in as he commences the reading of another 16 books.
According to the host, he should be done with the books by September. The books include "The Mind Connection" by Joyce Meyer. He shared the collection in a post which was captioned:
"Who's in??????... I will have them all done by September!!! Getting my mind right for my next degree and the debut of my new show."
Nick, who just earned a degree from Howard University, is no time waster as he is already getting ready for the next one. The rapper majored in Criminology/Administration of justice for his brand new degree and minored in Africana studies.
The show is titled "Nick Cannon" and is already on the road to success before its commencement.
The Howard graduate took to Instagram to announce his latest achievement, and the good news was followed by greetings of congratulations from his fans.
The graduation was an actual ceremony, and Nick received the great honor of speaking during the program. He gave an inspiring speech to Howard's class of 2020:
"I am always seeking new challenges and continual growth and decided to obtain my first college degree…"
Nick also has another great achievement under his belt. The talented host is set to premiere his Daytime talk show on the 21st of September. The show is a collaboration between Nick's Ncredible Entertainment and Lionsgate's Debmar-Mercury.
It is going to be a comedy show which is to include an interview with celebrities and pop culture reports. The show is titled "Nick Cannon" and is already on the road to success before its commencement.
Channels are eager to show a talented and adaptable personality like Nick, so the show has received clearances to air in stations that cover over 90% of households in the United States.
Nick has displayed his abilities on many notable shows such as "The Mask Singer" and "WILD'N OUT," so his show's expectations are justified.