WWE Superstars The New Day, Jimmy and Jey Uso, and the entire New Day — Kofi Kingston, Big E and Xavier Woods — are set to guest star on Season 14 of Nick Cannon’s “Wild ‘N Out,” TheWrap has learned exclusively.
It’s not a season all about wrestlers or anything, that’s just the best part (to this reporter).
Here’s a super-long list of Nick Cannon’s other guests on the upcoming season: Ceasar, Charmaine, Phor, Don and Ryan (“Black Ink Crew: Chicago”), Davido, Lil Tjay, Polo G, Lala Kent, Casanova, Kirk Franklin, Danielle Herrington, Tre’Davious White, Blac Chyna, Mario, Ginuwine, Koffee, Taylor Bennett, Blueface, ScHoolboy Q, Kenya Moore, Chef Roble, King Harris, Tarik Cohen and Ted Ginn Jr., Travis Mills, PnB Rock, and YFN Lucci.
“Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out” returns to VH1 will all-new episodes beginning Tuesday, Jan. 7 at 8/7c.
Watch a teaser for the new season via the video above.
Each episode of “Wild ‘N Out” puts the red and black teams, comprised of returning and new cast members, against each other in outrageous battles. Cannon leads his red squad against a celebrity-guest led black team as both groups try to best each other in comic throwdowns. The games escalate with each act, all gearing up toward the “Wildstyle battle” to decide who takes home the coveted WNO battle belt.
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