Monday, July 29, 2019
Vanessa Lachey Shares Sweet Tribute to Husband Nick Lachey on 8-Year Wedding Anniversary: ‘I Love Us (VIDEO)
Ciara Reveals It’s A ‘Balancing Act Of Emotions’ Being ‘America’s Most Musical Family’ Judge & A Mom
America’s Most Musical Family’ is already setting itself apart from all the other singing competitions on television, but for series judge Ciara, it’s all about balance!
Reality television competition show often struggle with setting themselves apart from the others, but it sounds like Nickelodeon’s latest project and first singing competition to date, America’s Most Musical Family, has figured it out. “It’s a fun competition show and kind of the first of its kind where you see multigenerational families compete against one another,” one of the show’s three judges, Ciara, 33, told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY when we visited the set after the first day of filming. “It’s like the Partridge family and the Osmonds and the Jacksons. It’s very inspiring, the show. It’s very refreshing,” judge Debbie Gibson, 48, adds.
But just because it’s refreshing, doesn’t mean it’s easy to be a judge on this show. Especially for Ciara, who’s a mom. “I think I feel every emotion as it relates to being an artist first and then also being a mom,” Ciara says. “There’s the mom rooting for them wanting them to kill it and own the stage and there’s the artist and the judge in me. I have my technical thoughts and my natural critiques — But it definitely is a balancing act of emotions because I am a mom and I’m also an artist and I want to make sure more than anything.”
Even though things are extremely early in the competition show, host Nick Lachey, 45, thinks they have, dare we say, the next Jonas Brothers in the mix! “The talent is very, very different,” Nick says. “There could very well be the next Jonas Brothers, but again, there’s a chance for a family to create their own identity and to carve out a lane that is wide open for them,” adds Ciara
Sunday, July 14, 2019
Get ready America: the Miss USA competition is back on May 2, with Nick and Vanessa Lachey to co-host for the second year in a row! The celebrity couple actually have both TV and pageant background, but what else do you know about them? We’ve got all the details on their family life, kids, relationship, and more for you below, so keep reading to find out all about Nick and Vanessa!
Nick and Vanessa actually met back in 2006 on the set of Nick’s music video. Vanessa was portraying his love interest for his song “What’s Left of Me” – and the two hit it off thereafter.
When did Vanessa and Nick Get Married?
While they did have a brief breakup in early 2009, by the fall time they had reconciled. They then became engaged in November 2010. They were married on July 15, 2011 on the Virgin Islands. Their wedding was actually televised on TLC!
NICK & VANESSA LACHEY’S KIDS
Nick and Vanessa have 3 children together. They have two boys and one girl, named Camden John, Phoenix Robert, and Brooklyn Elisabeth, respectively.
Phoenix was born with underdeveloped lungs, and needed more care after birth. Brooklyn is the only one of their kids with super bright, light blonde hair.
Currently, Camden is in school, and all 3 kids enjoy sports practices and going to camps in the summertime.
The one thing they don’t do? Go on tour with their dad. Nick told PEOPLE magazine the “formula that works” is having Vanessa and their kids at home while he’s out for work. It was easier when they just had Camden (6), but now with Brooklyn (4), and Phoenix (2) in the mix, it’s a different story.
NICK & VANESSA LACHEY NET WORTH
Nick has an estimated net worth of 20 million, while his wife Vanessa has 10 million. Vanessa has a background in pageantry, having won both Miss South Carolina Teen USA 1998, and Miss Teen USA 1998. Nick obviously has major stage presence, and is used to performing/speaking in front of crowds, as he was the front man of the ever-popular 90’s boy band, 98 Degrees.
The two previously hosted last year’s Miss USA pageant; and Vanessa previously co-hosted Miss Universe 2007, and was a correspondent for Miss USA back in 2001.