Mariah Carey, Nick Cannon

Will Binns, ©

It'll take more than that honking diamond ring to throw off Mariah Carey's balance.

Although paparazzi snaps taken yesterday on the Hawaiian set of the newlywed songbird's new music video, "I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time," seem to suggest Carey suffered some kind of injury, a rep for the singer denies that any mishaps took place during the shoot.

"Nothing happened," her rep told E! News. "No truth to this at all."

The lack of injury didn't seem to stop Nick Cannon from lending a helping hand to his unhurt wife, making him a rather literal hanger-on to his other half.

Guess the honeymoon's not over yet.

The Oahu shoot was a last-minute decision for the crooner, as the video was originally scheduled to be filmed in Los Angeles. As is her prerogative, however, Carey changed her mind—and the shooting location—before the production had a chance to kick off.

"She was so excited to be shooting in Hawaii," a source told E! News. "She wanted all her friends to come down and be a part of the shoot."

Carey and Cannon arrived in Hawaii after a promotional tour in Japan, where the singer threw out the first pitch at a baseball game in Tokyo.

Additional reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum

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