I'm a risk-taker."Having met her share of judgment outside the world of design as well, Simpson wasn't fazed by the fashion and retail world's ever-present critics."I have been every size on the planet and I understand women," he said at the Power Women summit in 2014. Photos of her performing in high-waist jeans in 2009 prompted countless critics to chime in on her weight, enough so that the artist would allude to the "controversy" (for lack of a better word) during her next show."Please remember, no matter what you go through in life, somebody else might have it harder," she told an audience at the University of Virginia. I feel like in our world today we focus on so many things that are completely pointless."The scrutiny of her curves would continue right up through her first pregnancy.
But not only did she ignore the haters, she ended up making a multimillion-dollar endorsement deal with Weight Watchers at the end of 2011 after having daughter Maxwell."I'd been scrutinized about my weight before I got pregnant, so I refused to let anyone steal the joy of my babies," Simpson recalled to in 2015.
They became engaged in February 2002, and married on October 26, 2002, in Austin, Texas.
Tony Romo was giving up ‘what ifs’ about what goes on, what might go on in the game.In December 1998, Simpson and singer Nick Lachey were introduced by their shared manager at a Christmas event.They began dating after meeting again at a Teen People event in January 1999, but broke up for five months until getting back together following the September 11 attacks.When asked how many times he’d heard about Cabo and Miami this week, Prescott had one reply: “None.” The 23-year-old insisted his plans for the weekend are subdued — perhaps there was a lesson learned when he approached an early December rivalry game against the Giants by going bottle-popping at the club with teammate Ezekiel Elliott, and promptly lost, 10-7 — and he vowed he wouldn’t take as much sun as Romo once did. “Yeah, anytime football’s on, I’m going to watch it.” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wasn’t as mum on the parallels to the Romo/Simpson/Cabo controversy, still denying the tropical vacation had any effect on his players’ preparation for the Giants game.“I know it makes for real interesting dialogue, but I don’t think it had anything to do with what we were doing or what we didn’t do at all,” Jones said Tuesday on 105.3 The Fan, according to the Star-Telegram.