Making the most of the holiday season, Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon took their family to Aspen, Colorado to celebrate Christmas.
The “Always Be My Baby” songstress posted some festive photos of her 20-month-old twins Monroe and Moroccan tearing into their presents on Christmas day, while proud papa Nick donned a Santa Claus getup.
Honoring teens who selflessly serve their communities, a handful of stars joined forces to participate in Nickelodeon's 2012 TeenNick HALO Awards in Los Angeles, CA on Saturday (November 17).
Conceived, hosted and executive produced by Nick Cannon, this year's ceremony featured the presentation of four unique stories deeply relevant and important to teens with special stage appearances by celebrities including Nicole Richie, Victoria Justice, Swizz Beatz and Lucy Hale.
After a week of workplace drama on the set of "American Idol," Mariah Carey sought to unwind with a day of fun at the Santa Monica pier in Los Angeles.
The Family Day event, hosted by husband Nick Cannon, meant throngs of fans seeking attention from the famous couple. The "American Idol" judge wore a short red dress and wedge heels as she stood out among the crowds of non-celebs.
Looking like a happy Hollywood family, Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon gave fans an inside glimpse at their personal collection of family photos.
The Grammy Award-winning songstress and her “America’s Got Talent” host hubby recently offered up adorable shots of their 16-month-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, to a group Mariah works closely with called the Fresh Air Fund.
Held to recognize the most charitable people, places and events over the past year, the winners of the 2012 Do Something Awards were crowned in Santa Monica, California on Sunday (August 19).
With "New Girl" co-stars Max Greenfield, Jake Johnson and Lamorne Morris tending to hosting duties, big winners brought onstage to receive their silver shoe trophies during the swanky ceremony included Lea Michele and Cory Monteith as Do Something Female and Male TV Stars, Will.i.am as Do Something Music Artist and Hope Solo as Do Something Athlete.
Celebrating fatherhood and paternal bonds, dads around the world are being toasted on the Father's Day holiday (June 17) for all that they do as family patriarchs.
Among the proud papas are the hard-working movie stars and professional athletes, with tenured parental figures Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise joining new daddy's Chris Hemsworth and Tony Romo as being among the men juggling family duties with demanding careers in the public eye.