For those of you who think Nick Cannon’s skits are wack on his show “Short Circuitz” or that you could take out any of those fools on “Yo Momma,” MTV is giving you the chance to show what you got and possibly get on either show. Last week, MTV launched Yo Momma and Short Circuitz where fans can upload their skits or their momma jokes for a chance to have it aired on the shows.
"With YoMomma and ShortCircuitz , we’re giving our viewers a chance to see themselves on-air and commune with other fans who share a passion for dissin’ others or creating parodies of the most seminal moments in pop culture today," said Brian Graden, President of Entertainment for MTV Networks’ Music Group. "This parallel online and on-air experience reflects our unique ability to use the combined power of our TV brand and digital assets to create one unified experience that ultimately drives deeper engagement with the MTV brand and its franchises."
Nick Cannon also announced that if any skit that you make gets on the air, he’ll hook you up with $1,000. And there’s no limit to the hot skits you can make. In addition, if you got some hot momma jokes, you can score a chance to get on the TV show and compete for the prize money.