Nicholas Scott Lachey was born November 9, 1973 on the border of Kentucky and Virginia in Harlan, Kentucky to Cate Fopma-Leimbach and John Lachey.He has a brother Drew, a stepsister, Josie, a half brother, Isaac, and two adopted siblings, Zac and Kaitlin.In the fall of 1992, he enrolled at the University of Southern California, according to a statement he made during his guest appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show on December 12, 2013.
He attended grade school at Clovernook Elementary School in North College Hill, Ohio (a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio), and then went to the School for Creative and Performing Arts in Cincinnati, Ohio.
He attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio where he joined Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
(Cincinnati's frigid winters were just one of the many factors he managed to overlook.) "My brother's good at that kind of stuff.
I kind of take this dreamer's approach, like, 'Why don't we do this?
He made several attempts at becoming a solo artist and made a debut album named Soulo, however this was not very successful and neither were any of his other attempts.
And Nick might've wanted to keep his phone switched off as his ex, Jessica Simpson, is apparently livid over a dig he made regarding her father Joe, who has split from her mother after several decades together and is rumoured to be dating a younger man.
Their debut album was the self-titled 98 Degrees; however, the band's first real success came with their follow up album 98 Degrees and Rising. 98 Degrees performed a one-off summer reunion show in Hershey, Pennsylvania, at the Summer Mixtape Festival on August 18, 2012, their first concert in more than a decade.
During the summer of 2003, the reality show, Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica, starring Lachey and then-wife Jessica Simpson began airing on MTV.
A., the foursome started singing everywhere they could.
Lippmann left the group to start the Christian group True Vibe and was replaced by Nick's brother, Drew Lachey.
After a year at USC, he wanted to be closer to his family and transferred to Miami University, in Oxford, Ohio, where he studied sports medicine.