Nick Lachey's 3-Day Las Vegas Bachelor Party: All the Details!

Celebrity News Jul. 4, 2011 AT 1:26PM
Nick Lachey's 3-Day Las Vegas Bachelor Party: All the Details! Credit: Denise Truscello

It's almost time to say "I do!"

As he prepares to swap vows with Vanessa Minnillo, Nick Lachey took time out to celebrate with a three-day bachelor party in Las Vegas this weekend.

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Joined by his former 98 Degrees band mates -- brother Drew Lachey, Jeff Timmons (now a Chippendale's performer in Vegas) and Justin Jeffre -- and other celeb pals like Matt Leinhart and Geoff Stults, Lachey, 37, partied at a cabana at Tao Beach on Friday and Saturday.

Later, when the guys headed inside to Tao's nightclub, the man of the hour was presented with a cake in the shape of a ball and chain with the words "property of Vanessa."

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Skipping the Las Vegas festivities, Minnillo made sure her presence was still felt. The 30-year-old TV personality arranged for a pint-size performer to serenade Lachey and deliver a bottle of Veuve Clicquot to the group. (Minnillo was treated to a performance by a "mini Nick" at her own bachelorette party at Las Vegas hotspot Lavo in June.)

Lachey, who just returned from a trip to Africa before jetting off to Las Vegas, said his weekend festivities were far from the raucous bachelor party seen in the The Hangover.

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"When you get to this point in life, you know, I'm 37, and my college roommates from two different universities, all my high school friends, [have] all [moved] on in life. A lot of these guys have kids and don't see each other as much as we used to, so this is an opportunity -- or an excuse, really -- to get together and tie one on for old time's sake."

Equally as low-key, says Lachey, will be his wedding to Minnillo, which will be televised as part of a TLC network special later this year.

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"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," says the singer. "[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."

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