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In the new issue of Star, they claim that Nick Lachey was at a pre-Grammy party and latched onto Stuart Brazell which, I also agree is the most unusual name for a woman I have heard in quite some time. The only thing crazier would be if someone named their daughter Maxwell or something. Anyway, at this party, Vanessa Lachey was nowhere to be found and Nick, who will be away from home all summer long with thousands of women begging to be with him hung out with Stuart for hours. Apparently he would not leave her side and begged her for her phone number so they could continue talking after the party. You know for business. He needs an assistant on the road for the tour or something. Costume mistress?
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