She's obviously happily married with two and I'm happily married and about to have two so it all worked out the way it was kind of meant to work out," he added. "She and I don't necessarily stay in each other's lives," the 41-year-old said."I wouldn't say it's friends and I wouldn't say it's enemies - there is just no contact.Every now and then you reach a sort of fissure or fracture in time.It’s like a scenic overlook as imagined by Einstein or Kepler, from which you can actually witness two possible futures: Off the left side, you see a world of orderly streets and squares, where fans crowd theaters showing the new blockbuster by Jessica Simpson, who looks down from a marquee, slender and blonde and shaped like a barbell, booming on top and in the middle, skinny as a pencil between, and radios blast an endless stream of Jessica Simpson hits, her voice syrupy and love-filled.Ashlee, 32, was pictured in an ethereal white gown with floral headband.The mother-of-two is married to Naess' brother Evan Ross, who was by her side wearing a dark suit and beige fedora.
Simpson also made light of her Chicken of the Sea comment last year, when she shared an Instagram photo captioned "Maybe Jessica Simpson was on to something?
Off the right, a different world entirely, a place fallen into chaos and ruin, where a tremendous pop energy has leaked away and our beloved galaxy of reliable stars has been replaced by shabby novelties, and Jessica Simpson, living in a house amid a strip of identical houses in the fifth settlement ring beyond Dallas, with her third husband, a kicker in the Arena Football League, has been utterly forgotten.
Simpson, 28, who flashed like a jet through the pop-star sky, with her first Top 10 hit coming at age 19 (“I Wanna Love You Forever”), followed by other hit records, the MTV reality show that made her a household name (), and several films, is currently surrounded by handlers—publicist, father and mother, pop-star sister (Ashlee), quarterback boyfriend (Tony Romo, of the Dallas Cowboys)—who together, like a high-altitude rescue team, try to get her down the sunny side of the slope.“I think she absolutely needs to re-invent herself,” said Tommy Mottola, who, as the head of Sony Music, signed Simpson to her first major-label record deal in 1997. First, the sudden weight gain, as evidenced by pictures that turned up in the tabloids earlier this year showing the starlet, onstage, looking less than slender, holding the microphone like a turkey leg, and wearing what were described everywhere as “mom jeans.”But as surprising as her appearance—how she seemed to be turning, before our eyes, into just another performer on the never-ending Opry circuit (she was, in fact, promoting her first country album, Even if the pounds were shed quickly, even if, as Simpson’s camp insists, they were never there in the first place, the dissemination of the photos was a blow for Simpson, who, like all starlets, has been careful to be pictured in just one way: as the skinny, forever-24-year-old sex bomb.
Jessica, 36, was hard to miss in a sparkly purple cold-shoulder frock and skyscraper heels.
Her blonde locks were styled in glamorous curls and she carried a large metallic clutch and mirrored aviators.
What brought the 28-year-old pop star, now also the controversial girlfriend of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, to this moment?