Nick lachey and jessica simpson started dating

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Maybe she needs to check out that woman Becky's weight loss blog, she lost 25 pounds of belly fat in a month… At 16, two years before she released her first album and began dating her soon-to-be ex-husband, Nick Lachey, Jessica Simpson got her own checkbook. ” Now, almost a decade later�having made millions and become a household name based largely on that ditzy blond persona�Simpson is finally ready to try again.“She asked the other day for a checkbook, and I looked at her like she was kidding,” says her assistant and friend Ca Cee Cobb.Her four-carat engagement ring has been replaced with simple silver bands on her index fingers and thumb, and the only remnants of her vampy Jessica Rabbit persona of old are the high-heeled Miu Miu boots on her feet.In Santa Fe, Simpson plans to regroup and, she says, “cleanse.” For the most part, this seems to involve giving up alcohol and caffeine and going for a lot of hikes.) is super psyched that Vanessa Minnillo likes sports. Or is it partially because the best way to get revenge on an ex is to make sure that your next item is someone that your ex wishes he (she) was?She doesn't mind letting football night and date night collide. If you're going to date Nick Lachey, you best like the sports. Like if Offhand, did you know that Jessica Simpson stopped eating starches, worked out 2 hours a day and only consumed like 1,500 calories per day when getting in shape for her role as Daisy Duke?

“I feel like everybody’s always out to get me, and that’s a weird feeling,” she says of the press, which seems to link her to a new man every week.

She claims she talks to him every few days and that he’s “absolutely” one of her best friends.

One week later, however, when asked about news reports that Lachey plans to seek spousal support from Simpson, who far outearns him, she decides she doesn’t want to talk about the divorce anymore.

“She bounced all the checks, so we thought it best to wait a while,” says her mother, Tina Simpson, who swiftly confiscated it. “When I met Jess she didn’t know how to do anything for herself, because her parents and then Nick always did everything for her.” The two proceeded to spend an afternoon debating color schemes and background patterns, and soon Simpson, like most 25-year-old women, will be able to sign checks for herself.

It might seem like a small step, but for Simpson it’s a symbol of her new desire for independence.“I just feel alive. I feel like I can do anything and there’s nobody to answer to but myself,” says Simpson.

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