Nick Cannon has explained why he insured his testicles for $10 million.

While the 43-year-old has created a name for himself in television and music, he is also well-known for one other thing.

The former America’s Got Talent host is also known for having twelve children with six different women.

Well, last month, Cannon chose to insure a part of his body that was critical for him to have such a large family.

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Yes, you can guess what it is.

In June, it was revealed that the comedian had teamed with Dr. Squatch, a men’s healthcare company, and obtained a ‘insurance policy’.

In an Instagram post, Cannon stated that Dr. Squatch used their Ball Valuation Tool to rate his balls based on characteristics like as size, favorite attributes, and bedroom moves.

Initially, the deal was assumed to be a marketing gimmick, however this appears to be incorrect.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Cannon acknowledged that the policy is completely real.

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The announcement’s caption read: “Shoutout to Dr. Squatch for giving my balls the recognition they deserve and providing me with the protection I need to keep this family tree rolling!

“Don’t go another day without protecting and caring for your most valuable assets with Ball-to-Ball Coverage through Dr. Squatch’s new Ball Care products.”

Now that Cannon owns the most valuable balls on the planet, he has stated why he took up the insurance policy in the first place.

“I had to insure my most valuable assets,” Cannon said with a giggle to Entertainment Tonight.

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“Because you hear about like all these different celebrities insuring their legs… so I was like, ‘Hey, well, I got to insure my most valuable body part.”

Many people believe that the actual Cannon chose to insure his testicles because he intends to expand his family.

However, the Masked Singer presenter underlined that the safety net does not represent ambitions to expand his family.

[I am] just making sure nothing goes wrong.” Cannon added during an interview with Entertainment Tonight.

Cannon elaborated in another statement, saying, “Haters say it’s time for me to stop having kids and put this super sperm to rest, but I’m doubling down on these valuable balls and my future kids.”