Mariah Carey wants Nick Cannon to keep his 'whorish' past to himself

2014-04-03 22:00
Mariah Carey
Los Angeles - Mariah Carey wants Nick Cannon to keep his "whorish" past to himself.

The Hero hitmaker has expressed concern to her husband of six years after he shamelessly discussed his previous sexual partners, which include Kim Kardashian, Christina Milian and Nicole Scherzinger, during a radio interview on Power 106.FM last week, as she wants him to keep their sex life private.

Speaking on Mariah's reaction to his sex list, Nick told Huffington Post Live: "Mariah said to me, 'Oh yeah, by the way could you keep your whorish past to yourself if you're doing any interviews?' I was like, 'Got you.'"

Nick - who has twins Moroccan and Monroe, two, with Mariah - admits being "brutally honest" does get him into trouble, but defended his decision to discuss his sex list by insisting his dating history is already public knowledge and he was in a loving relationship with all the celebrities he named.

He added: "I'm brutally honest. I'm honest to a fault. But that's old news. Everybody I named I was in a relationship with, in love with, had been seen on red carpets with, had done several interviews with, so it wasn't like it was this big revealing list like I was Lindsay Lohan or something."

Meanwhile, the America's Got Talent host insists being quizzed on his sexual history was inappropriate because he's married and argues Brad Pitt - who has been with Angelina Jolie for 10 years - doesn't get probed on his sex life.

Nick added: "You wouldn't ask Brad Pitt these questions, because he's got one hell of a list."

Watch Nick chat to Huffington Post Live here:

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