She recently rekindled her romance with backing dancer Bryan Tanaka. And now Mariah Carey has spoken about co-parenting with ex-husband Nick Cannon, saying ‘it’s not that hard to make it work’.
The singer, 47, also said they can ‘do the good parts of when we had a relationship’ when they’re parenting six-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe together.
Speaking to ET, she said: ‘He’s a good guy. It’s not that hard to make it work.
Now we can laugh, and joke, and do the good parts of when we had a relationship.’
However, she remained coy when asked about her relationship status, asking: ‘Why do we have to have this conversation?’
Mariah also gushed about her children during the interview, saying: ‘I love them so much. I mean, there are no words for me to really explain it.’
The pop diva had sparked rumours of a conciliation with Nick, 36, but she insisted they were close because of their young children.
However, since then she has been seen putting on an amorous display with boyfriend Bryan, 34, after rekindling their romance at the end of the last month.