Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon appeared on '20/20' to debut their twins, Monroe and Moroccan, an event that helped boost the show's ratings to 7.6 million total viewers.

According to TVLine, the show also brought in a "night-topping 2.1 demo rating -- surging 59 and 75 percent from last Friday." The 10-minute interview covered Carey and Cannon's relationship, as well as their difficult road to getting pregnant. Finally, Roc and Roe, as they are affectionately called, appeared during the last minute-and- a-half of the segment.

As expected, Carey unveiled her baby-centric website ( immediately following her primetime interview. It currently boasts a slew of photographs of the celeb twins and their famous parents, in addition to a feed from the DemBabies Twitter account.

Carey and Cannon describe the site as "a special intimate portrait of our family," and according to a note from the happy couple, all of the photos are available on WireImage and the proceeds from their use will be donated to the Fresh Air Fund's Camp Mariah.

"Parenthood is absolutely the most life changing experience we could ever have imagined," the couple writes in a note to fans. "The love we feel for these babies is above and beyond anything we'd ever dreamed of."