Nick Cannon will be spending Christmas in the hospital. The television personality posted on social media that due to complications with lupus he will not be out and about during the Christmas holiday. However, he is expected to be out of the hospital by the New Year holiday.

Nick's statement

Nick assured his fans that even though he will spend Christmas in Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Hospital during the Christmas holiday, his doctors have assured him that he will be back to normal and will be released in time for New Year's Day.

The host of "America's Got Talent" also posted a photo of his arm that was wrapped up and hooked to hospital equipment. He concluded his post by saying #LupusSucks.

This is not the first time the 36-year-old actor has been hospitalized for the autoimmune disease. He was hospitalized on January 4, 2012, for kidney failure and again on February 17 of that same year. Then in March 2012, he was diagnosed with lupus. He was hospitalized again in July 2015 for complications of lupus. At the time, he called it a temporary pit stop.

He admits that he thinks he is a superhero and tends to work too much.

Nick's twins

Even though Nick and Mariah Carey are divorced, they often spend holidays together with their twins, Morrocan and Monroe. Carey and the 5-year-old children are already in Aspen with Mariah's new boyfriend and backup dancer, Bryan Tanaka. They are staying in a $22 million Airbnb.

The "All I Want For Christmas Is You" singer and the rapper are officially divorced, but they get along well, especially when it comes to their children.

The comedian planned in advanced for the upcoming holiday since he knew he would be in the hospital. Therefore, he celebrated Christmas with his ex-wife and children last week during the days leading up to Christmas. The "If I Was Your Man" rapper decorated a Christmas tree with his twins and spent quality time with them. They will miss him on Christmas Day but look forward to being with him for the New Year.

Nick's family and fans are wishing him well during his stay in the hospital on Christmas Day.

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