98 Degrees Talk Reunion, New Album, Music Then and Now
Much has changed since 98 Degrees first formed in Ohio in 1996 -- marriages, divorces, reality shows, stints in Vegas and Cincinnati politics, not to mention popular music -- but that instantly recognizable tone remains the same, as does the fluttering of a thousand hearts. Why reunite now? Like many of life’s benchmark moments, it just felt right, says Nick Lachey in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter. "We've always left the door wide open about getting back together and reuniting, this just happen to be the time when personal schedules and professional schedules lined up.”
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