It was the blushing bride's father and then-manager, Joe Simpson, who brokered the deal for their show with MTV (and would continue along with Jess' mom, Tina, to be really involved in the couple's life), and Jessica readily admitted she thought it would be a good way to promote her new album, their fans wanted to know more about their sex life, not to mention watch it play out in PG-rated form in music videos; see inside their spacious Calabasas home, and Simpson's closet in particular; and watch them playfully bicker and make up.And Nick always seemed to be carrying her around—they were so hot!The pair reportedly spent Thanksgiving dinner together last week with her Jessica, who has been in search of a man who's not a douche ever since she dumped Nick Lachey, appears to have found it in Tony, who has firmly established himself as the second-best QB in the NFL - and celebrity news world - after Tom Brady.Tony Romo's Cowboys beat the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night.And I told the guys [in 98 Degrees]..., 'I'm going to marry that girl one day.'""We definitely knew—no ifs, ands or buts—we're totally in love," Simpson chimed in.To which Lachey added, "You know, it sounds kind of hokey and cheesy, but at the same time, it's cool."So why not share all that hokey, cheesy love with the world?!
Jessica Simpson and Tony Romo - the hot Dallas Cowboys quarterback who has also been linked to Carrie Underwood, Sophia Bush and Alli Sims - hitched a ride on a jet at Love Field in Dallas late last night and headed to Hollywood. Despite their high profiles, Tony Romo and Jessica Simpson have gone out of their way to avoid being seen together.Perhaps that's why when she spoke to Glamour magazine about her relationship with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo she was willing to speculate that if the pair had broken up by the time the issue came out, "he'd still be a huge part of who I am today." Simpson and Romo broke up last month."If this article comes out and we're not together, I'd still love him, and he'd still be a huge part of who I am today," Simpson says in the September issue of Glamour, adding that breakups feel like "a death in the family." Simpson, who divorced Nick Lachey in 2006, added that she wasn't sure she'd marry again after the divorce.19, 2003, with gauzy images of their wedding and sexy shots from home unfolding to the strains of 98 Degrees' "I Do (Cherish You)." But close enough—and what doesn't scream "till death do us part" like immediate product placement in the form of Nick singing the theme song?Fast forward just a few years and they would forever become the poster exes for why it's almost never a good idea for couples to do a show that's going to focus mainly on the inner workings of their relationship (the stories of emerging unscathed are the exception).