Amber Rose's Career Gets A Boost With Help From Nick Cannon

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Amber Rose garnered fame soon after dating rapper Kanye West. Her career is about to get a boost with a new development. The 30-year-old has just signed up to be managed by Nick Cannon, and according to TMZ, he’s already gotten her a television series and a book deal.

A representative has confirmed that Rose is now teaming up with Cannon, saying, “Amber Rose is indeed a client under Nick’s NCredible Entertainment Management Team.” This partnership is a continuation of previous work Rose had done with Cannon. She previously starred in the film School Dance, which he directed, and appeared on the season finale of the show he hosts on MTV2, Wild ‘N Out.

According to TMZ, the television series that Rose has signed up to do is a fashion show that’s about female empowerment. Meanwhile, the book deal for Rose is reportedly pushing through, although the site couldn’t confirm what it would be about.

Rose was formerly a stripper before she became famous for dating West. She was also once signed to Ford Models and released a single in 2012 in the hopes of becoming a recording artist.

Page Six reported that Rose flew to New York on Thursday to meet with Cannon. Their relationship is reportedly purely professional as Rose is married to rapper Wiz Khalifa and they have a son together.

Cannon himself is married to singer Mariah Carey, but the couple has reportedly separated, with Cannon currently living at a downtown Manhattan hotel. However, he and Carey have apparently remained cordial with one another as they co-parent their children, Monroe and Moroccan Scott. The Wild N’ Out host has been rumored to be seeing other women. A source told Page Six, “He’s not trying to hide — he’s moving on and he’s going after women.”

Val Powell
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