It's been over five months since Mariah Carey and husband Nick Cannon welcomed their twins into the world, but we've yet to see little Monroe and Moroccan.
However, we'll get our first look at the babies this week.
In a new post on Carey's website, it was revealed that, yes, it's time for the twins' big debut.
"Mariah and Nick recently sat down with Barbara Walters in their New York apartment to discuss Mariah's pregnancy, their marriage, their beautiful baby twins Monroe and Moroccan," the post states. "Tune in to ABC next Friday, October 21st at 10:00pm to watch the exclusive interview including #DemBabies for the first time ever!"
We've gotten few glimpses into Carey and Cannon's new lives as parents since Monroe and Moroccan were born on April 30. It took a few days -- and a few Twitter hints -- before the twins' unique names were announced, and a diva-in-training photo of Monroe posted to Carey's Twitter page is the most we've seen of either kid.
For someone who bared it all on the cover of Life & Style toward the end of her pregnancy, Carey is really making us wait before she and Cannon introduce their little ones to the public.
Check out other photos of celebrity kids below!
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