Nick Cannon is a "hopeless romantic," but that is one thing he knows he has to "figure out" real soon.

In an interview released Sunday on the "All the Way with Shelley Wade" podcast, Cannon spoke about how he loves "the concept" of marriage, but added he will only take the plunge once again when he finds the right person.

"I'm a hopeless romantic at the end of the day, so I love the concept, I love the ceremony of it. I've failed miserably so many times at monogamy and relationships, but God ain't done with me. We're gonna figure it out," 41-year-old Cannon said.

When Wade asked Cannon what would be the deciding factor to get married, he replied, "I think as I'm growing, I've probably had a few midlife crises in my life. I'm liking the man that I'm growing into and I feel like someone who will understand me and can stand by me."

"Acts of service is a big [love language] for me. It's more about servitude and that sense of someone who you can serve each other and where you're weak, they're strong. And if I can ever find somebody that knows how to hold me down through all my madness, through all my chaos and toxicity, that's probably somebody I can rock with for life," Cannon continued.

However, when Cannon appeared on the "It's Tricky with Raquel Harper" podcast last month, he revealed he was against the whole idea of getting married legally.

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nick cannon screen grab from the nick cannon show The Nick Cannon Show

"It depends on what you call marriage. Getting the government involved, nah. We can go have a ceremony somewhere. Why would [the] government be involved in your love life? That seems so bizarre to me. It's really a business and to bring business and love together, that's a tough one to get involved with," the comedian said.

Cannon was married to singer Mariah Carey from 2008 to 2016. They share 11-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan together. Since his divorce from Carey, 53, Cannon has welcomed multiple children with several other women, according to People.

He is the father to 5-year-old Golden "Sagon" and 18-month-old Powerful Queen, whom he shares with Brittany Bell. He has 1-year-old twins Zion Mixolydian and Zillion Heir with Abby De La Rosa. His son, Zen, whom he shared with Alyssa Scott, died in December 2021 after being diagnosed with brain cancer.

Now, he is expecting his eighth child with model Bre Tiesi, who will give birth later this year.