After being referenced several times in previous episodes, Mariah Carey finally made her appearance on Wild 'N Out.

However, the singer wasn't on the show as one of the celebrity guests. Instead, she showed up to put her husband Nick Cannon in his place. The host/producer flirted with a Wild 'N Out girl as part of a game played on the show.

"What's happening, baby girl," Cannon told her.

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His flirtation didn't sit well with his wife of five years. Wearing high heels, tight black pants and a belly shirt, Carey walked on stage with two bodyguards.

"I will shut all this sh-- down," Carey warned her husband.

The 32-year-old quickly apologized to his wife, who received a standing ovation from the audience.

The multi-platinum singer has been a focus of the show for much of season 5.

When French Montana appeared on the show, he even dissed Carey. During the game "Trending Topics," the Wild 'N Out crew and Montana were expected to come up with "things old people say." When it was his turn, the Pop That rapper said, "Thank God I married Nick Cannon." The joke was in reference to Cannon and Carey's 11-year age difference.

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Unlike Montana, when Kevin Hart appeared on the season's first episode, the 33-year-old comedian professed his love for the singer.

"I love Mariah," he screamed during the show. "I want Mariah."

Mac Miller also brought up the 43-year-old singer when he was on the show in July.

"Boohoo, the last raps you kicked, they were doo-doo. I got more views than you on YouTube, plus I heard Mariah make more money than you do," Miller told Cannon during the "Wildstyle" segment.

Later in the show, the 21-year-old even made reference to Cannon's past feud with rapper Eminem, one that started because of his rumored relationship with Carey.

"You could talk all your sh-- man, I ain't going to stop you. I don't got to say anything, Eminem already got you," Miller said.

Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'N Out airs every Tuesday night on MTV2 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT.