Nikki DeLoach is expanding her family once again! Announcing her 2nd pregnancy with husband Ryan Goodell, the ‘Awkward’ star revealed one of her biggest pregnancy pet peeves — and it’s actually pretty hilarious! Get all the exciting details here!
The ‘Awkward’ star and her husband welcomed a baby boy named William Hudson on Oct. 22. Congrats to the happy couple!
Nikki DeLoach gave birth to her son William Hudson on Oct. 22. This is the first child for Nikki and her entertainment lawyer husband Ryan Goodell. Find out the inspired meaning behind their baby boy’s name!
Apparently the ‘Awkward’ star was very excited about ‘NSYNC’s VMA reunion. She even predicted that she was going to go into labor whenever the iconic boy band took the stage. Now THAT would have been quite a twist in the show!
Nikki Deloach, who plays Lacey Hamilton on MTV’s show Awkward, was literally bursting with happiness and anticipation over ‘NSYNC’s reunion performance during the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards — so much in fact, that the star predicted that she would go into premature labor when they took the stage!
Well, that’s not awkward at all! The MTV starlet is expecting her very first bundle of joy, a baby boy who is due this fall!
Congratulations are in order for Nikki Deloach, 33, who is expecting her first child, a boy, this October! We’re so excited that this funny lady is going to be taking on the mothering role!
A new guy has officially entered the ring! Is this the end of Jenna & Matty?
On the May 28 episode of Awkward, Team Matty and Team Jake will finally be able to unite under a common enemy: Team Collin! Jenna (Ashley Rickards) has been casually inching closer to brooding bookworm Collin (Nolan Funk) all season, but sparks will really start to fly when they come together for a live reading of their work — and you can bet Jenna’s mom will have a few thoughts on the matter.
Nikki tells HollywoodLife.com to keep a close eye on her ‘brown-nosing’ character tonight!
Nikki DeLoach is pulling a bait-and-switch this week. Just one night after making us laugh on Awkward — that was the most uncomfortable dinner party ever, and I loved it — she’ll be guest starring on the May 1 episode of CSI, playing a character she describes to HollywoodLife.com as being “quite the opposite of Lacey.”
‘Awkward’ is up for Favorite Cable TV Comedy, and Nikki is urging fans of the MTV comedy hit to exercise their right to vote. You’re welcome.
Nikki DeLoach may not play the best mom in the world on Awkward — I think we all remember the effects of Lacey’s infamous “carefrontation” letter — but when it comes to her craft, Nikki’s dedication knows no bounds. “It meant a heck of a lot to us that we were nominated,” she tells HollywoodLife.com, “so we want all of our fans to go out and vote for us. And no one else.”
Nikki & Jillian took time out of their ‘Awkward’ schedules to stand up against discrimination.
Nikki DeLoach and Jillian Rose Reed, two of the funniest stars from MTV’s hit series Awkward, recently showed their support for same-sex marriage by posing for “NOH8” portraits — and HollywoodLife.com now has the exclusive honor of unveiling them to you! This was a first for Nikki, who was thrilled to be joining the iconic campaign, while Jillian had already done one portrait on her own.
Plus, find out how you can win Jillian Rose Reed’s dress from the 2012 MTV VMAs.
The following news is, as Awkward‘s Tamara would say, pretty “bomb-ass.” The cast of MTV’s hit comedy formed a team for the 28th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles, held Oct. 14, and fans are being encouraged to help them out — if only for the possibility of getting to tell Molly Tarlov, “You’re welcome.”
Nikki DeLoach tells HollywoodLife.com about the ‘big reveals and surprises’ in store, including the identity of Jenna’s mysterious blog commenter!
MTV’s Awkward is a tricky beast: One minute you’re laughing at its whip-smart humor, then suddenly — and without warning — you’re reduced to an emotional puddle of teen angst. Nikki DeLoach tells HollywoodLife.com we’ll experience both ends of that spectrum on tonight’s season finale, as Jenna (Ashley Rickards) finally chooses between Jake (Brett Davern) and Matty (Beau Mirchoff)!
Plus, why did Lacey really write that ‘carefrontation’ letter? Nikki tells HollywoodLife.com our answer is on the way!
I know every episode of Awkward is big, but the Aug. 30 episode is, like, really big — especially for everybody’s favorite teen-mom-turned-train-wreck Lacey! “This week, you find out why Lacey wrote the ‘carefrontation’ letter in the first place,” Nikki DeLoach tells HollywoodLife.com, confirming that “it’s a big episode.” (You hear that, people? It’s big!)