Dating jessica simpson
“It took a lot of strength to know what she wanted to do and divorce Nick,” says Tina. But I always tell my girls to trust their instincts because women have an innate sense of things.”On her own, Simpson is learning to take care of herself, which has many of her intimates breathing a sigh of relief.
“It worried me because she was this naive little wife who never went to college and didn’t have any friends and only knew her parents,” says Cobb.
She’s made even more headlines by hanging out at the notoriously rowdy Chateau Marmont with the likes of Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and serial cad Jude Law.
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.
“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.
In less than three months, for example, “It’s totally out of control,” says Simpson, who recently rented a dozen different vehicles in a single day to evade the cameras. “I almost peed in my pants,” she says of one such incident.
“We were laughing so hard because [my mom] was trying to talk to me and I’m in the trunk.”Adding fuel to the fire is the fact that Simpson, now single for the first time in her adult life, wants to have a little fun.