Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon Celebrate Anniversary In Vegas

As guests dine on mac and cheese, Cannon presents video of their first year of marriage.

They married on the sly last April in the Bahamas, but [artist id="976"]Mariah Carey[/artist] and [artist id="1233784"]Nick Cannon[/artist] certainly weren't shy about ringing in their first anniversary Thursday night in Las Vegas at the Palms Casino Resort.

Joined by 50 of their closest pals, including L.A. Reid, Tyrese Gibson and boxer Floyd Mayweather, according to, the couple and their guests dined on surf 'n' turf, macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes, chocolate chip cookies and crème brûlée.

After dinner, partygoers hung out at the Moon Nightclub, where Cannon presented the video he made for Carey of the best moments they've spent together since marrying last year. "It's a very special occasion; toast to everyone," he said before showing the video. "This is the most amazing person in the world. I dedicate my life to her daily, and together, this union is gonna last forever. She is my rock."

According to, the video brought Carey to tears, and she told the crowd, "I have the best man in the whole wide world."

The couple also had a pink-and-white, five-tiered Duncan Hines yellow cake and had 1,000 balloons drop during the festivities, which Cannon DJ'ed.

Back in March, Cannon laughed off rumors that he and Mariah were expecting their first child, but he did say that being married to her is "the most amazing thing ever. I couldn't wish for anything else."