He rose to fame as the lead singer of the multi-platinum-selling boyband 98 Degrees , and later starred in the reality series Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica with his then-wife, Jessica Simpson. He also had a recurring role on the television series Charmed. His maternal grandfather, Robert James Fopma, was of Dutch descent. In the fall of , he enrolled at the University of Southern California , according to a statement he made during his guest appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show on December 12, Lachey started his professional singing career at Kings Island with friend Justin Jeffre in the mids singing in a group quartet throughout the park. Their debut album was the self-titled 98 Degrees ; however, the band's first real success came with their follow up album 98 Degrees and Rising.
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It was a picture-perfect wedding. An intimate crowd gathered on a beautiful island before to watch two gorgeous people, Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo , tie the knot. America knows Lachey from his boy band days as the front man for 98 Degrees -- and for his famous first marriage to Jessica Simpson in that played out in their MTV reality series "Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica. The couple divorced in , and moved on, personally and professionally. We sat by the pool, had drinks, beautiful day With just 2 months until the big day, they brought in celebrity planner Sharon Sacks, the matrimonial mastermind who planned the weddings of Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony, and Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom.
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When Newlyweds first aired in August of , reality TV was still relatively new. Why would anyone agree to this? What could two somethings possibly do at home that would make worthwhile entertainment?
Nick and Jessica. As if their lives have not been documented enough, each took center stage Sunday, making the Teen Choice Awards — well, must-see TV. Let's start with Kevin Federline, who closed the show with the television debut of his new single, "Lose Control. When the chorus hit, the pianist turned around and It was K-Fed himself.