I assumed Nick Lachey had been eating his ex-wife?s years-expired Ben & Jerry?s and that?s what led him to this spectacularly-poor decision-making. There was no other logical reason for him to put his second wedding into the public forum after failing so spectacularly at his first marriage. Selling his soul to a less-impressive network, this time, Lachey has decided to tape his forthcoming ceremony. There?s a reason he?s doing it. Because it?s a one-off special. So he says now.
?We kind of wrestled with that for a while, for obvious reasons,? Lachey said, on Saturday, during his bachelor party at TAO in Las Vegas. ?Having done reality TV in the past, I didn?t necessarily want to jump right back into it without having thought it through to great length, and we did? It?s a one-off special; a chance to kind of have a great experience and a great moment in our lives documented on TV, and also for us, to have a great wedding video at the end of it? I would never want to put ourselves through a reality show again. This is a different process: There?s a beginning, an end, and then it?s over, it?s done? It?s going to be an intimate [ceremony]. It?s not going to be a big, blown-out, 400-person ceremony in Central Park or anything like that? [Our wedding is] for us, for the people in our lives who are close to us and mean a lot to us. That?s the way we wanted it, and I?m happy we?re able to do it that way.?