Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon renew vows

Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon renewing their vows and holding hands with their twins.
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon renewing their vows and holding hands with their twins. twitter.com/MariahCarey

MARIAH Carey renewed her wedding vows to Nick Cannon at Disneyland last night (30.04.13).

The 'Triumphant' singer celebrated her fifth anniversary with the 'America's Got Talent' host by recommitting their love to each other in a fairytale-themed ceremony at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, according to Entertainment Tonight.

The couple famously renew their vows every year on April 30, which is also marks the birthday of their twins, Monroe and Moroccan, now aged two.

Disneyland-based Twitter account MouseWait - which tracks queuing times for rides at the theme park - appeared to confirm the news, tweeting: "Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon renewing their vows in front of the Castle tonight."

The account also posted a link to a picture which showed preparations getting under way for a celebration in front of the attraction's Sleeping Beauty Castle.

Earlier in the day, Mariah, 43, paid tribute to husband Nick, 32, and their twins on Twitter.

She wrote: "Happy 5th (!!!!!!) Anniversary to the Best Husband in All The Land & 2 years ago pon de delivery... (sic)"

The 'American Idol' judge teased the big event on video sharing website, Vine, by posting short clips which showed her getting her hair and make-up done, as well as a clip of Monroe and Moroccan dressed to impress.

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