Thursday, December 20, 2012

Drew Lachey and Cameron Mathison Top-Line Twin GMC TV Films

by Etan Vlessing

Drew Lachey

The back-to-back "Jingle Bell Rock" and "The Carpenter's Miracle" projects are shooting in British Columbia ahead of 2013 debuts on the American channel.

TORONTO – Dancing with the Starschamp Drew Lachey is top-lining Jingle Bell Rock, the GMC TV film now shooting in suburban Vancouver.

The earlier TV movie shoot saw Mathison play a small-town carpenter caught up in the rescue of a young boy, played by Ryan Grantham.The shoot, which sees Lachey play a jaded rock star, follows Entertainment One wrapping production on a second GMC telefilm, The Carpenter’s Miracle, headlined by ABC daytime staple Cameron Mathison.
The back-to-back American TV projects are directed by K. T. Donaldson, with Randolph Cheveldave producing.
Entertainment One is handling world sales for both GMC telefilms, which will air in 2013.

Monday, December 17, 2012

Price is Right w/ Nick & Drew

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Jeff & his family helping out Vegas Toy Drives

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Nick Lachey Visits Paul Brown Stadium, Home of The Bengals


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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Looking good, Drew Lachey!


Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Nick Lachey Takes Camden For A Stroll

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Monday, December 3, 2012

Nick Lachey KICKED OUT Of NFL Game ... for Talking Smack

VH1- "Miss U Much" pilot episode **JEFF**

VH1- "Miss U Much" pilot episode from Larry Tempesta on Vimeo.

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Drew Lachey & Anna Trebunskaya Dancing with the All Stars Week #3 2012

Drew Lachey on Access Hollywood Live

Saturday, December 1, 2012

One On One With Nick Lachey

Written by: ThePostGame Staff

So I invited Nick Lachey to come to my tailgate…


As you may know, with many of your folks’ help, I won tickets to the Super Bowl as a part of a blogger contest sponsored by P&G promoting their Fancestry site. (Yes, I’m very excited about this. Thanks everso y’all). The Fancestry site, which is still active, tells you what sort of fan you are after filling out some questions.
P&G is a great brand to work with because: 1. They give me great free stuff to give to fans, and great free stuff is always a good thing; 2. A number of their brands, quality ones I use every day, have an association with the NFL, and they give away cool NFL prizes like Super Bowl tickets. Win-win.
They also contact sports bloggers with emails like this, “Hey you want to interview Nick Lachey? He’s talking about Tide giving away Super Bowl tickets in our Show Us Your Colors campaign.”
Why sure!
Sports blogger life can sometimes a little random, “Honey, I got to go, I have a call I need to make to Nick Lachey.”  (Note to my female friends:  I do not have his number. It was a corporate conference call dial-in. That’s how these things work.  Besides, he’s married to someone likely way more hotter than you are. No offense but c’mon seriously.)
So the following is my interview with Nick Lachey (@NickSLachey), singer and the world’s most famous diehard Cincinnati Bengals fan.  The Show Us Your Colors campaign ends on Friday.  So do this right now! All you have to do is go to Tide’s Facebook page, upload a fan pic, and you are entered to win. Easy.
I’m a big believer in you can’t win anything in life unless you try, and so many of the best experiences in my lifehave come from that philosophy.
My Interview with Nick Lachey.
Me: So you are a diehard Bengals fan? In a wide open AFC, what do you think of your Bengals’ chances down the stretch?
Nick: “I am a huge Bengals fan. As we’ve seen the last couple of years, it’s how you finish the year. You know the Giants finished strong last year and obviously won the Super Bowl, the Packers did the same the year before, so I’m just hoping we can get on a hot streak here and get into the playoffs, and at that point, all bets are off, anything can happen. I like the way we are playing now. In past years, if the Bengals lost two in a row, they’d probably pack it in, and this year, we’ve kind of rallied and we got to keep playing well again.”
Me: So were you at the Texans – Bengals playoff game last season?
Nick: “I did not go to the game, I actually went to the game the month before when we blew the game and the Texans came back and beat us. That was an ugly loss for my Bengals, thanks very much for that Houston.”
Me: So if somehow, the Bengals and Texans meetup in the playoffs and have a game in Houston, do you want to come to my tailgate? Texas. BBQ.
Nick: “I’d love to. I’m a big fan of Connor Barwin. He went to school here in Cincinnati so I know him a little bit. I actually like the Texans. I like the team you guys have. My buddy Matt Leinart used to play for you the last couple of years as well so I kind of started following you.”
Me: So the Texans are your Plan B AFC Team?
Nick: “It is definitely my Plan B AFC team. I like them better than many other AFC teams, including the Steelers and Colts.” (Steph note: Well of course. If you aren’t a Steelers or Colts fan, you can’t be a fan of their teams one bit because their fans, as a group, are insufferable).
Me: So are you one of those NFL fans who goes to the Super Bowl whether your team is in or not?
Nick: “I’ve been lucky to go many Super Bowls over the years. I’ve been involved with a charity along with Jimmy Johnson so we went down there for that, been fortunate enough to be able to go. If I was waiting for the Bengals to go, it might be quite a few years. I can’t hold out for that, and I need to go when I can.”
Me: And New Orleans?
Nick: “This year should be a lot of fun in New Orleans. It’s actually a part of the promotion I’m doing right now with Tide, the “Show Us Your Colors” campaign, you actually can win a trip to the Super Bowl for two lucky people. It’s a great opportunity to get down there to New Orleans and have some fun.”
Me: My question with Show Us Your Colors is: Do you have any wild Bengals gear?
Nick: “I do have some wild Bengals gear. I actually took a picture of myself and my son Camden in his first Bengals’ onesie. That’s how this Show Us Your Colors thing works, we are encouraging people to post a picture of themselves in their team’s colors in a moment that was really meaningful to them. For me, it was the first time I put my son in a Bengals onesie, and we watch a game together. Whatever that moment is for you, take a picture of it, post it on Tide’s Facebook page, and then you are automatically entered for a chance to win a trip to the Super Bowl.
I didn’t put up this particular picture, but I do have a Bengals construction helmet. It is pretty atrocious.”
This is not Nick Lachey. This is a visual aid of a guy rocking some Zubaz pants. Also can double as birth control. (Picture via @SportzAssassin)
Me: Yeah, my picture is over there in the Texans section. I’m wearing my favorite red suede, fringe jacket my friend Houston artist Fletcher Stafford painted for me.  But what I’m wondering is whether you own any Bengals Zubaz pants? I think out of all the Zubaz, the Bengals’ Zubaz are the best. (Steph note: Look at them. Dare to disagree! “Best” of course means so bad they are awesome):
Nick: “I do not have any Bengals’ Zubaz, no. Zubaz are kind of a new thing, we’ve never really gotten in to Zubaz here.”
Me: No, I think they are old school,  an 80′s thing. (Steph note: They are! Zubaz FAQs)
Nick:  “Oh really, I don’t know. My Zubaz knowledge is fairly limited.”
Me: I think the perfect outfit for a Bengals fan who is also a singer would be a fitted suit made of tiger-printed velvet. (Steph note: What is the point of being a singer if you can’t wear completely ridiculous outfits on a regular basis? See e.g. Jagger, Mick).
Nick: “We have a local guy here in town who wears these kind of outfits, Bootsy Collins. He definitely has an all velvet Bengal outfit. He rocks it well. I stick with the Bengals jersey and hat.
I’d like to thank Nick for being a part of  my top 10 random experiences being a sports blogger, at least of the experiences I care to discuss publicly.
If you want more random interview stuff, I suggest checking out the answers I gave to Zach Law which I thought was going to be a Texans Q&A but ended up being more of a philosophical, social media, product placement discussion.

Drew Lachey & Family: L.A. Shopping Trip

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Nick Lachey to Host NBC's Singing Competition Series 'The Winner Is' (Exclusive)

by Lesley Goldberg

From the producers behind "The Voice," the unscripted entry will pit dueling contestants of all ages and configurations against one another to be judged by a studio audience.

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Nick Lachey is returning to the musical competition series space.

The former Sing-Off host has been tapped to serve in the same capacity on NBC's upcoming singing competition series The Winner Is, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.
From Talpa Media USA with creator John de Mol (The Voice) on board as an executive producer, the hybrid singing game show will see singers of all ages and configurations battling it for a studio audience. The Voice's Stijn Bakkers andDeal or No Deal's Craig Plestis also will serve as exec producers.
For Lachey, the gig brings the multiplatinum former 98 Degrees singer back to NBC after he hosted The Sing-Off for three seasons from 2009-11.
"Nick is a versatile, seasoned host, and we are thrilled to be working him," NBC alternative late-night programming president Paul Telegdy said. "With Nick at the helm on air and an original format from Talpa that includes surprising and competitive twists, viewers are sure to be immersed and entertained."
After each singing duel on The Winner Is (working title), both performances will be judged by a panel led by a not-yet-named celebrity judge. The contestants then will have the option to cut a deal. If they have doubts about how their performance compared to that of their opponent, they can opt to leave the show in exchange for cash. If they choose to remain in the game, they await the jury results to see if they’ve made it to the next round and a step closer to the ultimate $1 million cash prize.
The hosting gig marks the latest for Lachey, who also has served in the same role on NBC's Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular and multiple episodes as a co-host on Live! With Kelly, among others. More recently, he was among the contestants on NBC's Stars Earn Stripes.
Auditions for the series will be held in Raleigh, N.C., Houston, Seattle and Philadelphia. Details:

Drew Lachey's daughter steals the show on 'Dancing With the Stars: All Stars' finale


Drew Lachey with his daughter Isabella and pro partner Anna TrebunskayaDrew Lachey may have lost his chance at the mirrorball trophy early in the season (he was the third celeb to get axed), but he won America's heart last night when he hit the floor for a father-daughter dance on the season finale of "Dancing With the Stars: All Stars."
Lachey, 36, and his pro partner Anna Trebunskaya got the party started as they cha-chaed to Beyoncé's "Crazy in Love," but when Isabella, 6, sashayed onto the floor in black Converse kicks, a tutu, and a rhinestone-studded hoodie, the crowd went wild.
Proud pop Lachey picked up his daughter and performed a series of swing dancing lifts before the cutie stole the show with her own dancing skills. She mugged for the camera as she busted a move with break dancing-style kicks, splits, and shimmies. She even pumped up the audience as she clapped her hands over her head while Lachey clapped along.
It shouldn't be a huge surprise that the former boy bander's spawn knows how to break it down: Her mom, Lea, was the 98 Degrees choreographer and a dancer for the group. Clearly, rhythm is in her blood.
"DWTS" host Brooke Burke-Charvet summed up the tiny dancer's performance best, saying, "She's got the moves."
And she certainly does…