Could Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon Reconcile?

Could Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon Reconcile?

"I thought it was freaky as somebody watching from afar". Cannon was caught on video saying, "You do realize we're a family, right?"

However, the exes have reportedly been spending more time together recently, especially after Mariah Carey split from her boyfriend Bryan Tanaka earlier this month. Carey looked attractive in a black dress and a leather jacket, while Cannon, 36, rocked a burgundy suit, a white button-down shirt, a navy hat and studded black loafers.

And Nick also suggested some of the "Hero" singer's relationship with Bryan had been staged for her reality show, "Mariah's World".

After dinner, it looks like the family headed come for some quality time before the kids went to bed.

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However, Entertainment Tonight has reported that the rapper has denied any involvement in the split. Mariah Carey always hates to be the victim in any scenario, and she will do everything in her power to prove to the world that she is not to be pitied - only envied.

"I didn't say that their relationship was just for show". He also denied that he is the cause of her breakup with Tanaka. He supposedly took the opportunity to slide in after Carey and billionaire James Packer ended their engagement.

This is the latest reunion between Carey and Cannon who recently shared a family Easter photo on Instagram and after the pair brought Monroe and Moroccan together to the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards.

Needless to say, regardless of whoever either of the exes date, they continue to be together as a family for the sake of their children.

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