If you were still holding out hope that Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon could reconcile, the sale of the Bel-Air mansion the two shared should extinguish any optimism. Carey and Cannon originally put the estate up for sale a little over a year ago for $13 million. The two had to drop the price to $9 million in order to sell the three-acre, seven-bedroom home complete with a music studio, home theater, basketball court, and putting green. The house also has a luxurious pool, but the initials “MCN” featured in the center of it surely didn’t help the sale of the house.