Splitsville! Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon Getting Divorced

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Another couple is heading towards Splitsville!

According to a few reputable sites Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon are getting divorced over Kim Kardashian.

Before snagging the diva, Cannon actually bed the reality starlet and six years later he bragged to the world about it.

This past March during an interview with Power 106’s Big Boy, the actor was asked to name five celebrities he’s slept, which he happily obliged. Three we already knew, one—who cares, but the last name mentioned is the “source of so much drama” (words of Ye).

“Mariah Carey, Christina Milian, Nicole Scherzinger, Selita Ebanks and Kim Kardashian.”

According to TMZ, Mariah Carey is unforgiving over finding out he’s another name on Kim’s list. And despite Nick’s reassurance on the Howard Stern Show, “She doesn’t even know who Kim Kardashian is—she doesn’t pay attention to that,” or to HollywoodLife, (“she doesn’t watch reality TV”), TMZ’s sources claim it’s a different story behind close doors.

The couple have been separated and living in separate NYC homes since May. They are in the negotiation of property and custody agreement stage of their divorce that’s said to be “a done deal.”

There hasn’t been an official word from either of their camps so until then we’ll keep our fingers crossed the two can work out their issues privately and this turn out to be a nasty rumor.

Related Article: Most Expensive Celebrity Prenups

Press play to watch the interview that started it all.

Flip the page to see Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon in happier days.

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