In 2011, Amy Poehler won an award at the Time 100 Gala. Rather than thank her family and friends, she started her acceptance speech by thanking her nanny. She personally thanked the two nannies who helped raise her kids so she could continue to be a working mom in Hollywood.
Most moms only have a nanny for that one special Friday night a month, but a nanny is an integral part of being a celebrity mom. It may sound like a flashy job until you’re forced to have the same diet as the celebrity. Check out what it takes to be a celebrity nanny in Hollywood- once you find out what Kim Kardashian’s nannies have to remember, you’ll notice it every time.
Mariah Carey’s Nanny Has To Compliment Her All Day Long
Being a nanny for the stars is already going to be more over the top and extravagant than a regular babysitting job, but Mariah Carey takes it even further. The nannies to her twins, Moroccan and Monroe Cannon, have to be ready to compliment the star at any moment.
Better yet, the nanny has to train her children to compliment her too. The nannies have to be sure that they bring the twins to say goodnight to Mariah and tell her that she is beautiful and talented.
Be Prepared For A Thorough Background Check
If you’re wondering how to land a celebrity nanny job, you won’t find the posting in the classifieds. Stars resort to expensive nanny agencies because they will provide FBI-grade background checks. That means DMV checks, references, interviews, and even drug tests are all done before you even meet the celebrity.
If a star likes your resume, then you can audition and meet with them to see if they even like your personality. Keep reading to see what happens to a celebrity nanny when the child gets in trouble.
The Carter’s Nanny Has To Learn The “Single Ladies” Choreography
We’ve all heard the rumors that Beyoncé and Jay Z have hired six nannies just for Blue Ivy. Whether or not it’s true, we do know what they made one nanny do. When Blue Ivy was young, the only thing that would settle her down is seeing her mom sing and dance to “Single Ladies.”
So, naturally, they make the nannies learn and perform the choreography. I understand the logic, but I doubt any nanny can live up to the expectations that Beyoncé sets.