The style had been an issue for other productions.
Nick Cannon is cementing his television career with a new deal with FOX. The entertainer is set to host his very own late night television series on the network. While his unapologetic fashion sense has been critiqued in the past, the conservative network isn't concerned with Cannon's fashion choices.
Considering the rhetoric that is usually exposed on FOX, the turbans Nick if often seen wearing could have been an issue. Unlike other productions, FOX is giving his free reign on his appearance. Sources say that he had run into this issue during his journey on America's Got Talent. NBC had a bone to pick with the look. This fact, in addition to other culturally sensitive issues, led to the host's quitting the production after a ride that spanned close to 10 years.
Cannon's new late-night series will begin as a weekly occurrence in 2019. The production may expand the airtime to a daily affair afterward. The host has also signed a deal with FOX to MC its forthcoming celebrity singing competition series entitled, The Masked Singer. The entertainer is still working on his rap battle show Wild 'N Out, which came back on the air in 2013 after having been canceled 6 years prior.