Nick Lachey and Anne Burrell join SB Nation for a round of Answer the Question to show off their knowledge of geography, music, movies, and more.
Don't worry about Ickey Woods this flu season... 'cause he's running about 98 Degrees! Check out this footage of the Bengals legend hanging out with Nick Lachey at LAX... bro-ing out over Cincinnati's impressive 10-3 record this…
It's been a busy year for Vanessa Lachey, who not only stars in the NBC sitcom 'Truth Be Told,' but welcomed her second child in January.
As a MTV executive, Rod Aissa helped develop "Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica," the reality series that peered into the lives of Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson. Aissa, now at Oxygen Media, believes he's found equally engaging young marrieds who will appeal to today's millennials. The twist: the couple...
Continuing in the long tradition of Sonny and Cher and, I guess, Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson, “Empire’s” Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson are hosting a musical holiday variety show. “Taraji and Terrence’s White Hot Holidays” on Fox will feature a new duet by Henson and Howard, who co-starred...
Too adorable! Nick Lachey and Vanessa Lachey seem to be a match made in heaven! The longtime loves even have the same birthday, for crying out loud! On Monday, the Truth Be Told star took to Instagram to celebrate the big day she and her husband share, posting a precious pic of a sweet smooch with her [...]
Nick Lachey is more than just a former member of boy band 98 Degrees. Lachey is also an aspiring drug kingpin, who co-owns a 29-acre weed farm in Akron, Ohio. It's one of only ten farms in the state producing weed, which could have made Lachey a lot of money if Ohio had decided to legalize weed. Show More Summary
This is bad news for everyone, including former boy band member Nick Lachey.
A ballot initiative that would have legalized marijuana in Ohio was defeated Tuesday by an estimated margin of 64 percent to 36 percent, reports say. The proposal's failure was likely due in part to its unusual structure, which would have given 10—and only 10—pre-chosen properties the right to grow the drug. Show More Summary
While at one point boy band members held considerably influence over the American public, tonight Ohio voters proved that era is truly over. A measure that would have legalized recreational and medicinal marijuana in the state has failed, despite support from Nick Lachey. While recent polls showed voters were split... More »
Today, Ohio voters went to the polls to decide whether or not the state should legalize medicinal and recreational marijuana use. The Buckeye State was poised to become the fifth state to legalize weed (congratulations Oregon, Alaska, Colorado, Washington, and Washington DC) but alas, it wasn’t to be. Issue 3 was rejected pretty swiftly by Ohio voters. Read more...
As an Ohio resident, I’ve noticed former 98 Degrees member/reality TV star Nick Lachey appearing in advertisements in support of Issue 3, which would legalize recreational marijuana statewide. The issue is complex and contentious even among supporters of legalization for reasons this excellent Columbus Alive feature explains in depth. Long story short, Issue 3 would […]
That "Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica" money can't last forever! Nick Lachey: '90s boy band member, ex-husband to Jessica Simpson and, now ... future billionaire weed kingpin? Yes, you read that correctly. According to The Washington Post,...Show More Summary
In today's things you didn't know about boy-banders: Nick Lachey is a total pothead! Okay, maybe not. But the 98 Degrees singer does have Pablo Escobar–size aspirations of becoming a drug kingpin. As the Washington Post notes, he currently co-owns a 29-acre weed farm in Akron, Ohio — one of... More »
Weed legalization seems like a good idea on paper, but this probably isn't the way to do it. Unless you're a fan of cartels and Nick Lachey. Yes, that Nick Lachey. [Gawker] Is there a legal controversy brewing surrounding Demi Lovato's new album? In related news: there's a new Demi Lovato album coming out. Show More Summary
Ohio voters are going to the polls Tuesday in a tight battle over whether to legalize the sale of marijuana for medicinal or recreational use. The ballot initiative is being watched closely for a number of economic, cultural and political reasons, including the national impact it could have on...
Tomorrow is Election Day in Ohio, and the most contentious issue on the ballot is—surprise, surprise—the legalization of marijuana. And it’s not just contentious because weed is a drug and drugs are (supposedly) bad and all that, but rather because of the way this particular ballot issue is worded. Show More Summary
Will it be "Newlyweeds" for Lachey and his pot-farmer friends?
Ohio pot advocate Don Wirtshafter has been an enthusiastic smoker for nearly 50 years. But as his state heads to the polls Tuesday to vote on Issue 3, a constitutional amendment to legalize marijuana for both medical and recreational use, he says he won't vote for it, the New York...
Nick Lachey is a “budding” marijuana mogul- according to an article in the Washington Post. The former boy band singer and Jessica Simpson spouse is poised to rake in some big bucks if a law legalizing marijuana is passed in Ohio. According to the wording of that legislation, the commercial cultivation of marijuana would be... Show More Summary