The 35-year-old tv personality got candid in the latest issue of DuJour and made it clear that the odds are stacked against him when it comes to landing in a happy marriage - especially considering how that whole Mariah Carey situation played out.
“I feel like marriage isn’t for everyone," he conjectures. "A friend of mine put it the funniest way. He said, ‘If you heard that there was a 50/50 chance of living or dying when you jump out of a plane, you probably wouldn’t go skydiving.'”
#ICYMI: Carey and Cannon, who have a pair of twins together, announced their split from one another in December 2014. They'd been together since 2008. And while the Glitter actress has moved on with Australian media mogul James Packer, Nick has been very public about his post-divorce celibacy.
And with the odds not in his favor, the Drumline star has a clear plan for his love life going forward.
"There’s like a 50/50 chance of a marriage working. If it didn’t work out for you the first time, and you still survived it, you probably shouldn’t do it again."
But based on more of the conversation within the magazine, it seems there's more for Nick to deal with than playing the relationship lotto.
“I’ve rarely let people that close to me. A lot of it comes with me having trust issues,” he says. “I’ve been that way since grade school. I don’t trust many people. Who knows where I’ll be when I’m 60. At 35, I’m not even looking to be in a relationship.”