You’ve gotta hand it to Mariah

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nick cannon and mariah carey REUTERS Nick Cannon and wife Mariah Carey. File photo: REUTERS/Fred Prouser

London - Nick Cannon has revealed he likes to make love to his wife's music.

The 'America's Got Talent' presenter - who previously revealed he and his spouse have become even closer since the birth of 11-month-old Monroe and Moroccan - has revealed he really enjoys listening to her hit song 'Hero' when he gets intimate, even if she isn't there.

He told Howard Stern's radio show: "Absolutely. When she's not there. Why Not?

"I don't light candles but sometimes you've got to be reminded what's at home.

"Sometimes there are special nights when you turn the music on, sometimes in the morning you roll over and get it poppin'."

The 31-year-old presenter - who also said the couple would never star in their own reality TV show - previously revealed that his relationship with Mariah is different now they are parents.

He said: "We are parents now - it's a whole different dynamic in the household. It solidifies what a family is all about."

Nick recently revealed he changes the twins' diapers more often than his famous spouse.

When asked who changes the most nappies, Nick replied: "Me! I mean we all do it but for some reason I get that duty a little bit more.

"I am not scared of it. I go in, I put the gloves on. Real men change diapers!"

Nick admits he loves being a father and he really enjoys just being at home with the toddlers - even though they have turned his home upside down.

He explained: "It's a good time! Right now, the kids run the house. We are just running and chasing after them and then my wife is being the diva that she is. I am trying to keep up with them." - Bang Showbiz

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