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Submitted by xtheownerzx 951d ago | interview

Nick Cannon CES 2013 Monster Interview On New Headsets

GamerFitNation: Nick Cannon graced CES 2013 with his presence in the Monster headset booth. Cannon who was there to showcase his newest headsets coming out was halted by yours truly and was grilled about the latest on what’s happening in the life of Nick Cannon and future products. For those of you who don’t know who Nick Cannon is, he is a former cast member of the hit comedy show All-That, hosts Americas Got Talent and also starred in movies like Drumline and Love don’t Cost a thing to name a few. (Audio, CES 2013, Monster headphones)

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adorie  +   951d ago
Celebs don't belong anywhere near tech,unless it's an Iphone, imo, lol.

Unless you have one who is true to the silicon, I couldn't care any less than I do.

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