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Nick Lachey Talks About the Inspirational Atmosphere of 'The Sing-Off' (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Sep 19th 2011 4:20PM
NBC's A cappella talent competition 'The Sing-Off' returns for a new season tonight at 9PM ET. Host Nick Lachey made an appearance on 'Today' (9AM ET on NBC) to talk about the judging changes the show has made this season, and the inspiring musical atmosphere the show fosters. It's so contagious that Lachey has been working in the studio on a new project of his own.

'The Sing-Off' will have a new judges this year, as Sara Bareilles joins Ben Folds and rest of the crew. It will also have a longer season, as its moving to 16 episodes. Lachey said the new judges bring a wealth of energy, and experience, to a set that's already brimming with its own unique vibe. The show has struck such a nerve that not only is it creating A cappella groups as part of the competition, but singers are starting to form their own groups to compete for a spot in the competition.

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VH1 greenlights six new reality series

by Julia Ward, posted Nov 1st 2006 11:57AM
VH1VH1 has given the greenlight to a slate of new primetime reality series featuring music celebrities. Of course, some of those celebrities are more famous than others.

While most of the shows promise the same car accident, "can't help but stare" cringe-worthiness of the unfortunate Surreal Life, at least one or two of the promised series sound vaguely entertaining.

Here are the six titles in development:

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Nick Lachey lands lead in CW pilot

by Anna Johns, posted Mar 17th 2006 9:32PM
nick lachey the cw pilotI look forward to the day when news articles about Nick Lachey stop linking him to Jessica Simpson. I bet he feels the same. In the meantime, Nick Lachey has been cast as the lead in new sitcom pilot for The CW called, SheSaid/HeSaid. Lachey will play a bachelor named Colin who lives in New York (where else?). The rest of the cast is still being lined up for the pilot shoot, which begins in April.

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Nick Lachey seeking spousal support

by Anna Johns, posted Feb 19th 2006 9:22AM
lachey simpson divorceNick Lachey filed papers on friday in response to Jessica's Dec. 16th divorce filing, reserving the right to request spousal support. Jessica's divorce filing requested that she not be required to provide support but she's going to need a lawyer who can do some fancy footwork because they didn't sign a prenuptial agreement. Her success is obviously based very much on the success of their show, Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica on MTV. Jessica made more than $30 million last year.

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