Nick Lachey now 2022: Age, net worth + How former 98 Degrees’ member defend show he’s hosting

PARK CITY, UT - JANUARY 20: TV personality Nick Lachey attends T-Mobile presents Google Music at TAO, a nightlife event at the Sundance Film Festival, at T-Mobile Google Music Village at The Lift on January 20, 2012 in Park City, Utah (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for T-Mobile)

Since the album’s release, one song, in particular, has sparked speculation among Drake fans about the Canadian rapper’s rumored affair with Ye’s reality star wife. The song in question, “Wants and Needs,” featuring Atlanta’s Lil Baby, contains a verse many Drake fans interpret as an admission that Drake and Kardashian slept together.

There are numerous complaints about the album. But it also has a lot of awards. According to GQ, Travis Scott is the only credited guest on the sledgehammer-subtle “Pussy & Millions,” with production handled by a group of longtime collaborators including Metro Boomin and Noah “40” Shebib, as well as southern rap stars Go Grizzly and Tay Keith.

Overall, the album is a welcome return to form after Drake’s unexpectedly joyful, house music-influenced summer album, “Honestly, Nevermind.” “Her Loss” features darker-tinged beats, languid tempos, and bars with the odd coo that distinguish a Drake album.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Nick Lachey, an American singer, actor, musician, television personality, and host, is now worth $25 million.

However, he already has a net worth with his wife, model and actress Vanessa Minnillo. Nick rose to prominence as a member of the boy band 98 Degrees in the late 1990s and has since pursued a variety of other endeavors.

Lachey began performing at Kings Island with his friend Justin Jeffre in the mid-1990s. Following that, he and Jeffre formed the boy band 98 Degrees with his brother Drew and Jeff Timmons.

After music manager Paris D’Jon noticed them, Motown Records signed them. The albums “98 Degrees” (1997), “98 Degrees and Rising” (1998), “This Christmas” (1999), “Revelation” (2000), “2.0” (2013), and “Let It Snow” were released collectively by 98 Degrees (2017). The ensemble took a long break from 2003 to 2012. Lachey’s solo debut album, “SoulO” (2003), was a commercial flop.

“What’s Left of Me,” his second studio album, was released in 2006 and debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

In June 2010, he left Jive Records. Following that, he released “A Father’s Lullaby” (2013) and “Soundtrack of My Life” (2014), both of which were cover versions of songs from movie soundtracks. The RIAA certified the album as gold after it sold more than 500,000 copies in the United States.

Lachey recently felt compelled to respond to a criticism leveled at the show he hosts, “Love is Blind.”

Nick Lachey has responded to Lauren Speed’s comments that the popular Netflix drama “cuts” black women.

The show, hosted by Nick and Vanessa Lachey, follows a group of single hopefuls as they try to find love in the pods and become engaged blindly. Now, the 48-year-old 98 Degrees singer has told Entertainment Tonight that Speed’s remarks were “reasonable” and that he “understands where she’s coming from.”

But, Lachey conceded:

“I’m not sure what can be done about that other than continuing to cast diversely, which they have done.”

After the release of season 3 on Netflix last month, Speed, who appeared in the show’s first season, criticized its creators.

She tweeted:

“I don’t like how LIB be cutting all the Black women. How come they are always in the trailer but not the show… .”

She said that most of the relationships on the show are made up for the camera.

To end on a high note, Nick and his wife, Vanessa, share the same birthday. Vanessa is 42 years old today.