Reminiscing about his first love, an American pop singer, actor and TV host Nick Lasha, Jessica Simpson said: “We crushed the media, and ourselves!”. “I could not lie to our fans and could not give someone a hope that we were the perfect Golden couple,” says Jessica Simpson.
“Hello light of my life!” That remembers what Jessica Simpson when I first saw nick lashe at the Christmas party in Hollywood in 1998.
Simpson writes frankly about the affair and the reasons for the collapse, in his forthcoming memoir “an Open book”, excerpts of which you can learn right now.
The storyline of the book is a young singer preserving her virginity for her future husband, their fabulous wedding in 2002 and the MTV show “Newlyweds”, which was about the beginning (and end) their marriage made them superstars reality show.
“He was my first love,” says Simpson. She writes: “Nick loved the fact that I was so strong in his faith and that I was such an innocent approach to life, wide-eyed. When he made the proposal in 2002, I said “Yes”.
But, as she says in her book, continuous work, the constant presence of cameras and the fact that they were growing as they Mature, made her realize that this can’t last forever.
“We were young and the pioneers in a reality show, always with microphones and always in sight,” says Simpson, who is now 39 years old.
“We were really suppressed by the media and ourselves,” admits Simpson, who announced his divorce in 2005. “I could not lie to our fans and could not give someone a hope that we were the perfect Golden couple”.
Looking back, she says: “I have great respect for nick. I was very young, and my success hasn’t started yet. He knew me as a young innocent 18-year-old who never dipped into this world at all serious. I went directly from my father to him. Nick is very smart. He was eight years older than me, but he was also young.”
“We meant a lot to each other, and so will stay on,” she says about Nick, who is now married to Vanessa joy Minnillo, with whom he has three children.
Self-knowledge will come with therapy and introspection, which it acquired in 2017, after the rejection of alcohol, which she used as a remedy for pain for many years. (She talks about this journey in his audio book, which will also include six new songs.)
Simpson manages his eponymous collection, you will find your soul mate in the person of Eric Johnson in 2010, the love story, which she tells in “Open book”. They got married in 2014, and now they have three children: daughter Maxwell, 7 years, son ACE, age 6 and daughter birdie, 10 months.
“We are bound by soul, body, heart and spirit,” she said.