TV personalities Vanessa and Nick Lachey are adding to their family!on Twitter, saying that they're expecting a girl. He posted a cute pic of son Camden, 22 months, running on the beach around a heart in the sand that reads, “It’s a girl.”
He’s turning 40 and it seems Nick Lachey couldn’t be happier.
Appearing on “Watch What Happens Live” on Tuesday with band 98 Degrees, Lachey played the question-and-answer game with host Andy Cohen.
Cohen asked, "What is the best thing about no longer having Joe Simpson as a father-in-law?" Lachey hesitated, but then laughed, "What is the best thing about not having Joe Simpson as a father-in-law? ... I don't have to play grab a** under the table on Easter Sunday.” Watch the exchange here!
Jumping on the bandwagon with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, Nick Lachey slammed Taylor Swift in a recent MTV interview, warning all the boy bands out there to stay away from the country pop star or risk being the subject of Tay’s next hit song.
It’s a boy for Nick and Vanessa Lachey! The couple announced the happy news on Wednesday.People in a statement.
Shortly after Amanda Knox's murder conviction was overturned in an Italian courtroom Monday, celebrities took to Twitter, voicing their opinions and support of the American exchange student.
One such supporter was Donald Trump, who had a phone interview with CNN's Erin Burnett and said, "She was never guilty, all the evidence proved that. The prosecutor's got his own issues, he's got a terrible reputation and a terrible past."
Back from his romantic Hawaiian getaway, a tanned Nick Lachey and singer Sara Bareilles stopped to chat with "Extra's" Renee Bargh about another season of "The Sing-Off" and whether Nick plans to do another reality show based on his new marriage. "Zero. Let me squash that right now. There are zero plans for a reality show," Lachey said.
He and his new wife, Vanessa Minnillo, took part in a televised island wedding, "Nick and Vanessa's Dream Wedding," which aired last Saturday on TLC. The singer said he and Minnillo decided to let the world in on their special day because "ultimately we felt like it was something we were really proud of and excited about, and something we felt comfortable sharing.