Nick Lachey has asked his fans to 'pray' for him ahead of his 40th birthday tomorrow (09.11.13) but thinks he is about to start the best decade of his life.
Nick Lachey has asked his fans to ''pray'' for him ahead of his 40th birthday.
The 98 Degrees star, who has a 14-month-old son, Camden, with his wife Vanessa, is throwing a huge bash to celebrate the milestone in style tomorrow (09.11.13).
He tweeted today (08.11.13): ''Well, the 40th birthday weekend has officially begun! Pray for me.... Gonna be a big one! Going out in style. Goodbye 30's, you were fun!!''
Vanessa shares the same birthday as Nick and is turning 32 tomorrow but has planned a big party just for him.
Nick told Yahoo's Shine: ''She's planning a big party. That's her kind of a sacrifice to give up a little bit of her birthday because it's such a milestone birthday to me.''
The heartthrob, who was previously married to Jessica Simpson, isn't worried about getting older.
He said: ''Honestly, 40, for a lot of people, feels like this midlife-crisis moment. I think I had a harder time turning 30 than I feel like I'm going to have turning 40.''
He added: ''I'm more settled. I have a family and everything just feels like it's in its right place. I think a lot of it is in your mind. I still feel young. Honestly, I think 40 is going to be the best decade of my life. I'm going into it with that mentality.''
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