In December 1998, Lachey and fellow singer Jessica Simpson were introduced by their shared manager at a Christmas event.
They subsequently began dating after meeting again at a Teen People event in January 1999, but broke up for five months beginning in April 2001 until getting back together following the September 11 attacks.
There’s a lot of information being thrown at you.” The 98 Degrees singers and their families — Drew, 37, and his wife Lea are parents to daughter Isabella, 7½, and son Hudson, 3, while Nick, 39, and his wife Vanessa have son Camden, who turned 1 on Sept.
12 — hit the road this summer with bandmates Justin Jeffre and Jeff Timmons for The Package Tour, a co-headlining show that included The New Kids on the Block and Boys II Men.
Lachey is part owner of the Hollywood Fame, a team in the American Basketball Association that began play in fall 2006, and was part of an ownership group of the Tacoma Rainiers, the Seattle Mariners' Triple-A affiliate.
Lachey recorded "Ordinary Day" for the Oprah Winfrey-produced film, For One More Day.
Lachey began working on his third solo album in 2007.
The album was certified Gold, after selling more than 500,000 copies domestically.
The first single from the album was the title track, "What's Left of Me", released on February 21, 2006.
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.