Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Happy Birthday Jeff Timmons

Some of our friends got together & made this amazin Youtube video for Jeff's Birthday! A few of us (like me) actually got to partake in the video! So thank you girl's for including me!!

Below is the video & the response that came back from Jeff!!


Wow! That was just amazing! I can't tell you enough how much you all mean to me. Please pass a big thanks to everyone involved with that.

I appreciate you all!



Get down & Derby Weekend


Barnstable Brown Party
A guide to the pre- and post-race party scene


Louisville Visual Art Association Boat Race Party -- Water Tower, 3005 River Road. Watch the boat race while eating barbecue and sipping mint juleps. 3:30-7:30 p.m. $35 adults, $15 ages 7-12, $5 ages 6 and younger. 896-2146.

Moonlight & Magnolias Kentucky Derby Gala -- Dismas Charities, 2500 S. Seventh Street Road. Black-tie optional, catered buffet, live music. 7 p.m. $150. 636-2033.

Mudd Sister's Steamboat Benefit -- KingFish, 601 Riverside Drive, Jeffersonville. Hors d'oeuvres, cash bar, dancing and music. Benefits Alzheimer's Association. 3:30-9:30 p.m. $30. 284-3474.


Bowl for the Roses -- Lucky Strike, 427 S. Fourth St. 8 p.m. Hosted by jockey Robby Albarado, Atlanta Falcons quarterback Chris Redman and Joey "J-Dub" Wagner. Featuring music by DJ Vice. Benefits Visually Impaired Pre-school Services. $150 per person or $3,000 per lane. 560-1400.

100 Black Men Gala -- Kentucky International Convention Center, 221 S. Fourth St. 7 p.m.-2 a.m. Music by Midnight Star and Marion Jones. $150. 595-4368.

Pre-Derby All-Star Jam -- Glassworks, 815 W. Market St. Music by DJ Lo-Skee. Gift bags to the first 200 people. 11 p.m. $25. 584-4510.

Sixth Annual Pre-Derby Bash -- City Block, 133 W. Liberty St. DJ Lime Light and DJ Indiana Jones in the Alley Theater. '80s/'90s music in the Fox Lounge. 11 p.m. $12.

Taste of Oaks Celebrity Party -- Galt House, 140 N. Fourth St. 6 p.m. Live music and silent auction. Hosted by Easter Seals of Louisville. $65. 589-5200.


Misshapes@FuZion -- FuZion, 1335 Story Ave. Featuring the New York DJ crew the Misshapes. 10 p.m.-6 a.m. DJ Jesse Jamz and Tim Norris will also be spinning. $10 for 21 and older, $15 for ages 18-20.

InTouch Weekly/Bud Select Official Derby VIP Pre-Party -- Felt, 427 S. Fourth St. Hosted by Nick and Drew Lachey. Music by DJ AM. Midnight. 560-1400.

Playboy Crown Royal Lounge -- Mellwood Center, 1860 Mellwood Ave. Featuring 12 Playboy Playmates and music by Kid Capri. Invitation only.

Barnstable Brown Gala -- 1700 Spring Drive. 8 p.m. Glitzy celebrity bash benefits the Barnstable Brown Diabetes Research Laboratories. Sold out. 491-6778

Mint Jubilee -- Galt House, 140 N. Fourth St. Black-tie, celebrity red-carpet entrance, cocktail reception, gourmet dinner and dancing. 7 p.m. $500. Benefits the James Graham Brown Cancer Center. 589-5200.

400 Club Derby Eve Celebrity Soiree -- Water Tower, 3005 River Road. 10 p.m. DJs Mystery, Baby, New Era and Fluid. Live jazz by the Intution Band. $25 for one day, $40 for both days. Tickets at Better Days West and Treasures in Jefferson Mall. 931-1139.

Goodtimers Derby Eve Bash -- Kye's, 500 Missouri Ave., Jeffersonville. 10 p.m. Proceeds benefit Rondo Foundation, G.O. Ministries and Central High basketball team. $30. 285-8500.

6 Hours of Rhythm -- Glassworks, 815 W. Market St. Dumante-themed dinner, fashion show, silent auction, music by DJ Fluid, K-Razor and Funkmaster Flex. Performance by MZK dance crew. Benefits autism research at Kosair Children's Hospital. 7 p.m. $150. 584-4510.

Codfish Ball -- Mike Linnig's, 9308 Cane Run Road. Live music and formal attire welcome, from prom dresses to bridesmaid dresses to tuxedos. 7:30 p.m.-midnight. 937-1235.

Derby Eve Gala -- Seelbach Hilton, 500 S. Fourth St. Cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and gourmet dinner. Black-tie optional. Interactive dance troupe Opening Nite will perform. Benefits American Lung Association of Kentucky. 8 p.m. $300. 363-2652.

Dining, Dancing & Derby Dialogue -- Executive West, 830 Phillips Lane. Silent and live auctions, dinner and dancing. Hosted by Angel Cordero Jr., Pat Day, Chris McCarron and Laffit Pincay Jr. Benefits the Disabled Jockeys' Fund. 6:30 p.m. $250. 367-2251.

Hillbilly Outfield Derby Bash -- Hafendorfer Home, 12202 Old Shelbyville Road. 6 p.m. Friday through Sunday morning. Ticket includes food and drink for the entire weekend. Campsites available. Live music. Benefits Make-A-Wish Foundation. $55.

Kentucky Derby Weekend Party -- Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, 715 W. Main St. Midnight-6 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Live performances, spoken word, cinema lounge, music by DJ Kaos and DJ Que, gourmet cuisine and open bar. $30. 589-0102.


Derby All-Star Affair -- Felt, 427 S. Fourth St. Hosted by Robby Albarado, Joey "J-Dub" Wagner and Scott Crum. Music by DJ K-Dogg. 9 p.m. $20. 560-1400.

400 Club Derby Night Celebrity Soiree -- Water Tower, 3005 River Road. Upscale hip-hop and R&B Sky Lounge with DJs, plus live jazz and 400 Club VIP suite. $25. 10 p.m.-6 a.m. 931-1139.

Grand Gala -- Galt House, 140 N. Fourth St. Celebrity party features the music of Earth, Wind and Fire. $5,000 for table of 10. To purchase a table, e-mail

Darrell Griffith Foundation All-Star Celebrity Affair -- Clarion Hotel & Conference Center, 9700 Bluegrass Parkway. 11:30 p.m.-4:30 a.m. Open bar, buffet and entertainment by Tank and DJ Kid Capri. $60. 491-4830.


Frenzy at the Finish -- Lynn's Paradise Café, 984 Barret Ave. Music by the Louisville Leopard Percussionists. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. 583-3447.

Nick & Drew Lachey Sighting

Thanks to the girls at the Nickfantic
Board for finding this. I do not know these people. Just a neat little story that was found on another forum with Nick & Drew looking OH SO cute!!

I would like to give a big thank you to my mom, Aunt Maryjean and Nana for making it possible to go out with all the cousins for one wild and crazy night. We rented a van and worked our way through a small portion of Scottsdale. Our first stop was to this unique little restaurant/bar/marketplace called Olive and Ivy Restaurant and Marketplace. It was very strange to be in this bar where a DJ played music and also view different things on the menu around the corner in the restaurant portion. This place was so unique and a little pricey, but I have my brother Chris to thank because we all unwittingly purchased drinks on his tab and at the end of the night he still paid for it all. Thanks Bro! We ended up getting a little tipsy and who did we run into? Well, Nick and Drew Lachey!!! Of course, me being the brazen drunk girl, I interrupted him mid-conversation with a hot blonde and asked for his picture. Yes, I was one of those people that night. He was reluctant to give it to me saying that he was burned in the past before by the Phoenix Sun. I told him not too worry because I was from Texas to which he replied, "Oh, well that's a double x." Because I was tipsy, I didn't hear that part or I would have responded with something like, "there are a few people who give it a bad name or something." Instead, like a true warrior, I hopped on over to Drew--his manager now and picture attorney--to plead my case.

I basically told him I loved him on Dancing with the Stars...not a total lie. You see, I have only watched one season and it happened to be season #2, his reign. I didn't catch the first season and some people tried to sway me into watching, so I caved and did start watching. I actually enjoyed watching him, but overall I found the show boring--no offense to those who enjoy it. Not my cup of tea. I am obsessed with Big Brother. I do admit, unfortunately; but that's a different post. Needless to say, I have not watched another season of Dancing with the Stars.

So, getting back to my was not a complete lie. I think this buttered Drew up because he allowed us to take a picture with the both of them. I did think this was nice and at the end of the evening, I walked up to Nick and thanked him for being so cool about it. He was gracious and kind saying, "No problem. You guys have a good night." So this is how the sighting came to be. He didn't seem as tall, still cute though. In the picture he is wearing a shirt identical to one that Ryan owns, although I happen to think Ryan wears it better. I'm just saying...

Looks like whoever took this picture was a little tipsy as well!

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Wilmer Valderrama & Drew Lachey take you racing

More about HSM

Nick Lachey to Host High School Musical Reality Series
Looks like someone's headed back into the magical land of reality television! The former Mr. Jessica Simpson, Nick Lachey, has signed on to host the new reality talent competition High School Musical: Summer Session. A bit of a change of pace from Newlyweds, but hey, no celeb in their right mind would ever turn down the opportunity to be a part of HSM history.

Nick Lachey at Disneyland

I just came across this on Youtube. A couple of girls were in Disneyland in Cali & happened to catch Nick there. You can see the people standing around taking pictures of him. Looks as if he was filming something!! Wonder what it was??

It has now been confirmed that Nick was there filming the HSM show for the summer!!! Another video has been found!


Nick Lachey Plays Chaffeur Now, Reality Show Host Later

A few of these are pretty similar to the LAX pics. A few are different!

Nick Plays Chaffeur Now, Reality Show Host Later
Nick Lachey was nice enough to lend his LAX expertise to Drew and his family, dropping them off for a flight on Friday. He'll have to cut back on his busy life of jet-setting now that he's got a new gig all lined up. Nick's Summer plans include hosting a High School Musical-type reality show. Not as relaxing as vacationing with his lady, but sounds like a good gig while she pursues her career as a serious actress.
Nick Plays Chaffeur Now, Reality Show Host Later
Nick Plays Chaffeur Now, Reality Show Host Later

Nick Plays Chaffeur Now, Reality Show Host Later
Nick Plays Chaffeur Now, Reality Show Host Later
Nick Plays Chaffeur Now, Reality Show Host Later

Nick Plays Chaffeur Now, Reality Show Host Later

Monday, April 28, 2008

Oh, That Wacky Uncle Nick


Nick Lachey looked a little sillier than usual today, as he attempted to entertain his niece Isabella after dropping her off, along with his brother Drew and Drew's wife Lea, at Los Angeles International Airport today.

Before sending the relatives off, Uncle Nick made funny faces at little Isabella in an effort to get a laugh out of the tot.

Now those are some solid uncle skills. Though he probably did the same thing with Jessica Simpson.

We can imagine the nights those two spent together, with Nick jiggling his keys as Jessica looked on in mesmerized awe. Or throwing a blanket over Jessica's head, then pulling it off while squealing, "Peek-a-boo!" and Jessica giggling with amazement that everything was still in the same place it was before the world went black.

We don't know why they didn't include those moments as extras on the DVDs of Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica.

To see lots of pictures go to:

The Beacon’s Justin Jeffre Introduces Ralph Nader in Illinois!

Thanks to the Dean of Cinci for posting this at the group

Nick Lachey to Host 'HSM' Reality Show


Photo Post: Nick Lachey at the 'HSM' Auditions

If you're between between 16 and 22 years old, you can audition!

The hunt will be on for a new "High School Musical" star when NICK LACHEY takes the reins as host of a new ABC reality show.

"High School Musical: Summer Session" debuts Sunday, July 20 at 8 p.m. EST. The series will chronicle the search for the newest cast member of the hit movie series. 'High School Musical 3,' which will be the first 'HSM' movie to hit the big screen, is currently in production.

Open casting calls for show commence Sunday, April 27 at Long Beach Arena in Long Beach, California, and continue on Wednesday, May 7 at Champion Stadium in Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida. Anyone between the ages of 16 and 22 can audition (those under 18 must bring a parent or legal guardian) -- just prepare to possibly be on TV! Both casting calls will form the early episodes of the series.

Nick Lachey to Host 'HSM' Reality Show

Brothers Host Bash

Nick and Drew Lachey will host the Official Budweiser Select Kentucky Derby Pre-Party at the In Touch Weekly Parlor inside Felt on May 2.

The bash -- sponsored by ProFlowers and PAMA -- starts at 10 p.m. with DJ AM kicking out the tunes.

The party is open to the public. VIP tables are available by calling (502) 560-1400.

Drew Lachey and family arrive at LAX airport

Dancing With the Stars winner and 98* alum Drew Lachey, 31, pushed daughter Isabella Claire, 2, through LAX airport earlier today. Lea & Nick can both be found in the pictures as well. Look at how cute Nick is making faces at Isabella!!

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Nick Lachey & Vanessa Still SO Together

Can't post the pictures here due to copyrights but follow the source link for some very cute new pictures of Nick & Vanessa out shopping!!

I found a few I could post

Nick and Vanessa Sitting in a Tree K-I-S-S-I-N-G

Nick and Vanessa Sitting in a Tree K-I-S-S-I-N-G

Nick and Vanessa Sitting in a Tree K-I-S-S-I-N-G

Nick Lachey *video* Radio Interview All the hits Q100

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Dove Fresh Takes: Two's Company--nick lachey

Checkout Nick's new Dove Commercial with Alicia Keyes that airs during *The Hills* He looks pretty damn hott!!

Ohio House set to honor Team Lachey


Choir members invited to dine with Gov. Strickland

COLUMBUS - Team Lachey, the 20-member amateur choir that won television's "Clash of the Choirs" on Dec. 20, is expected to be honored today on the floor of the Ohio House.

State Rep. Dale Mallory, a West End Democrat, will present about half the amateur ensemble's members a resolution. Also nicknamed "Team Cincinnati," the choir won $250,000 for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center during a live four-night NBC television contest.

Chuck Merk, a Lakota West High School math teacher who sings with the choir, said about 10 choir members also have been invited to a private reception with Gov. Ted Strickland.

College Hill native Nick Lachey, the choir's director, is unable to attend today's ceremonies.

"We appreciate good deeds," said Cynthia Ellis, Mallory's legislative aide. "They've done so much for Cincinnati. I'm tickled pink."

Team Lachey has performed locally several times since its nationally-televised victory, including at the Reds' season opener March 30. The choir sang "Amazing Grace" to mark the passing of Joe Nuxhall and fellow Reds Bob Purkey, Bob Howsam and Chief Bender this past offseason.

During the December finale in New York, the ensemble sang "Sing A Song" by Earth, Wind & Fire, and the 1967 Louis Armstrong classic, "What A Wonderful World." Choirs from Philadelphia, Houston, Oklahoma City and New Haven, Conn., also competed.

Staff writer John Kiesewetter contributed.

Drew & Nick Lachey at the Race Track

Drew Lachey and Beccy Gordon at the 32nd Annual Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race at The Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach - April 18, 2008

Monday, April 21, 2008

Drew Lachey welcomes you to a virtual dog park


Should your dog be on Times Square?

Drew Lachey and his German shepherd, Luka, have teamed up with Purina Dog Chow to help turn Times Square into a virtual dog park.

Through April 28, dog lovers can go to to upload a favorite photo of their dog (or dogs) to create the nation's largest virtual dog park.

On June 19, valid photos will be featured on the Reuters/NASDAQ Digital Tower Billboards in Times Square. The digital displays also will be simulcast on the Purina Dog Chow virtual online dog park at so you don't need to be at Times Square to see your dog.

If you register with Long Live Your Dog, you can take part in a chance to win a five-day, four-night getaway to New York City with a guest and your dog.

Dog lovers also can send customized voice messages from Lachey through a viral voice message to family and friends.

Real-life dog parks will also benefit, as Dog Chow is creating a dog park grant program. Up to $40,000 will be given away to provide funding for maintenance and upkeep of dog-friendly and off-leash areas.

For more information, check out the Web site.




Friday, April 18, 2008


Nick Lachey at Kiss 106.1, 2006Image via WikipediaAutism Speaks LA Celebrity Golf Challenge celebrated its fifth anniversary with a great day of golf and California sun set against the beautiful backdrop of the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades. Raising over $360,000, golfers hit the course with celebrity players that included, actors Brett Cullen; Clint Howard; Dennis Haysbert; Bubba Lewis; Joe Mantegna; Jack McGee; Ron Masak; Ron Perlman; Richard Schiff and John Schneider; comedian Gary Cannon; rocker Alice Cooper; Olympic gold medalist Bruce Jenner; singers Drew Lachey and
See highlights from the LA Celebrity

The day's activities included exciting course contests, the Wachovia Million Dollar Shootout and a celebrity putting contest with Alice Cooper and Dennis Haysbert. The evening dinner reception included a silent and live auction and a dinner program that included remarks from event co-chair and Autism Speaks board member Kevin Murray, Autism Speaks co-founders Suzanne and Bob Wright, and Dale Rodberg, event co-chair. Joe Mantegna, a longtime supporter of the event, served as the co-auctioneer for the live auction alongside Kevin Murray and Bob Wright.


Drew Lachey Nick Lachey

Drew Lachey Nick Lachey

The cast of upcoming summer (08) blockbuster SPEED RACER added to the star count at the Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race in Long Beach, California on Saturday (19Apr08) by turning up to cheer on celebrity car racers DREW LACHEY and WILMER VALDERRAMA.
Susan Sarandon, Emile Hirsch, Matthew Fox, John Goodman and Christina Ricci all took in the sights and sounds of the Long Beach Grand Prix's celebrity day.
Into The Wild star Hirsch will bring the cartoon character Speed Racer to life next month (May08) when the movie adaptation hits cinemas.

Drew Lachey Nick Lachey

Caption: Drew Lachey and Nick Lachey. Toyota Long Beach Grand Prix - Pro/Celeb Race 2008 . Los Angeles, California - 19.04.08

"It's Like" & "Only Good With You" snippets (Nick Lachey)

Thanks to Nick Fanatic I found these! What do you guys think??

Nick Lachey set to star in the finale of Fresh Takes

Nick Lachey gave everyone in LA tickets to the gun show yesterday when he went out to buy groceries. Those tattoos used to be regulars on MTV, and they're making a return to the network next week — he's set to star in the finale of Fresh Takes, the Dove-sponsored miniseries starring Alicia Keys that airs during The Hills. Not exactly the kind of comeback that we're hoping Nick would have, but some work is better than no work ... right? As an added bonus, the show is only 5 minutes long, so Nick will still have lots of time to do the important things in life — like hit the gym.

Nick Lachey Is Freshly Taken

Nick Lachey Is Freshly Taken

Nick & Drew Lachey at Grand Prix Long Beach can find even more pictures here

Speed Racer Takes a Backseat to Charity For the Weekend

Speed Racer Takes a Backseat to Charity For the Weekend
Speed Racer Takes a Backseat to Charity For the Weekend\
Speed Racer Takes a Backseat to Charity For the Weekend