After being questioned about 'single-handedly repopulating the Earth' by a sober Andy Cohen, Nick Cannon admits: 'clearly, I don't have a plan'
Bravo Host Andy Cohen asked Nick Cannon if he planned how many kids he would have.
"I don't have a plan. That should have been clear from the jump," Cannon told Cohen.
Cohen also asked Cannon if he would get a vasectomy.
Bravo Host Andy Cohen wanted to know if Nick Cannon had a plan for when he would stop having children during CNN's "New Year's Eve Live" broadcast, to which Cannon replied: "I don't have a plan."
"Honestly, it's really just so much joy and elation that I have for the family that I have and I embrace it and I love it, but I don't have a plan," Cannon said on CNN. "That should have been clear from the jump."
Cohen covered the New Year's Eve ball drop in Times Square with CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, both of whom are not drinking on camera this year. Instead, Cohen and Cooper took shots of apple cider vinegar, pickle juice, and buttermilk.
During the interview with Cannon, Cohen later asked: "A vasectomy?"
"Is that what you want me to get?" Cannon replied. "This is my body, my choice!"
On December 14, Cannon welcomed his 12th child. This year alone, Cannon fathered five children.
When asked in November about whether or not he would have more children, Cannon told Billboard News he had "no idea" but that he was "good for now." Following the news of his 12th child, there have been no announcements from Cannon as to whether or not there are more children on the way.
In December, Cannon said that he felt the "biggest guilt" about not spending enough time with all his children.
Cohen also asked Cannon what advice he would have for new fathers.
"I mean, just operate out of love," Cannon said.
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