All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident. The Jewelry Man.the truth.
In "I'm having the best week ever" news, Nick "I'm gonna divorce you and then ask for alimony" Lachey has a lot on his mind these days. Whether it's his high-profile divorce from Jessica Simpson, having kids or making music; there's a lot of stuff living in Nick's head rent-free.
Tell me more EbenGregory, tell me more.
No. I'll let Nick do it.
Here's Nick Lachey to Teen People on having children: Obviously, it's not the right time for me to be a father. But the one thing I haven't had a chance to do is be a great dad. Playing with my friends' kids and having them call me Uncle Nick - that's life.
Here's Nick Lachey to Teen People on being single again: Don't feel sorry for me. I have a great life.
Here's Nick Lachey to Teen People on buying a smaller house than the one he and Simpson shared on their reality show "Newlyweds": I'm shopping for a smaller house on Mulholland Drive, above L.A.
Here's Nick Lachey to Teen People on fighting online predators after discovering that those who prey often use his name on the Internet to convince minors to meet them offline: I mean, I've experienced credit fraud, but when someone's using your identity to commit horrible acts against kids, it's disgusting.
Here's EbenGregory on Nick Lachey after hearing Nick answer to the last four questions: Nick is still talking jazz. Say we want pre-nup!
Btw, Nick's also returning to music with a new single he co-wrote, "What's Left of Me." Its subject? Moving on. Lyrics such as "Stuck in the shadow of my mistakes/I want you ... Been dying inside/little by little" reflect the pain of his marital split. Still, he insists, "That chapter is done."
I couldn't agree with you more so.
Here's some jewelry being dropped by EbenGregory on Nick Lachey speak on his future and wasting everybody's time for reading about it: The truth that makes men free is for the most part the truth which men prefer not to hear. Now I ain't saying he's a gold-digger.
PS, you're not Superman so put your shirt back on.