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Posted by sweethazzardteam on Sep 04, 2014 with 0 Comments

I believe it’s from people magazine. Not sure as of this moment. For all Ashlee Simpson pictures keep checking my friend’s site: .


Posted by Gabriuska on Sep 03, 2014 with 0 Comments

Would you let a 2-year-old do your makeup? Well, it’d probably be tough to say no to Jessica Simpson’s adorable daughter, Maxwell. Simpson shared a sweet Instagram photo on Sept. 3 of her daughter touching up her makeup with a bit of lip gloss. “Maxi loves to do Mommy’s makeup,” the 34-year-old captioned the photo taken aboard their private jet:



The singer-turned-fashion designer and her family attended Simpson’s younger sister Ashlee’s wedding to Evan Ross over Labor Day Weekend in Connecticut. Simpson served as Matron Of Honor while Maxwell was the flower girl and son Ace was the ring bearer.

No word on whether Maxwell did Mommy’s makeup for that!

Posted by sweethazzardteam on Sep 02, 2014 with 0 Comments

In July, Jessica Simpson married her longtime love Eric Johnson. Below, she shares her five vows for happily-ever-after in this exclusive guest post.



Now that I’ve planned a wedding, gotten married, gone on my honeymoon, and come back to life again, I’ve had some time to reflect on how life’s challenges and accomplishments have brought me to where I am right now. I am married to the love of my life and am constantly trying to be the best mom I can be for Maxwell and Ace. Today, I feel truly comfortable in my own skin. Better exercise habits, food choices, and lifestyle changes have contributed to this, but ultimately, my confidence comes from my state of mind. Every step I’ve taken up until this point has taught me something. Every decision I’ve made has brought me here. When I reflect on my life, my beliefs, and my experiences, I gain a perspective that connects me more deeply to myself, my friends, and my family. Here are just a few things I’ve learned in the past few years that I will take with me into the next chapter of my life:

1. Remember who you are—and honor her. When I was younger and starting out in the music business, I always felt like I was being defined by other people—industry executives, fans, the media, and so on. It took a while, but now that I’m in my 30s, I’ve grown into myself and established my identity on my terms. I embrace my strengths and celebrate even the small victories. I’m certainly not perfect, but when I look in the mirror, I’m proud of the woman I see. I’m not only someone’s mother, wife, and daughter—I’m me.

2. Let him love all of you. Eric has seen me at every size, and he loves me no matter what. When I got pregnant with Ace four months after having Maxwell, I was nervous about starting over again. I had come so far in learning how to balance my career, family life, and hormones, and starting over again felt overwhelming. Eric was so supportive and challenged me to accept my insecurities and focus on what truly matters. I feel stronger than ever, and Eric’s unconditional love has been a reminder of the love I should give myself.

3. Invest in “me time.” We all have busy lives, but once the big day is over, it’s important to have something that you really love to do for yourself. That’s what building my business has been about for me. Whether it’s your career or a passion, find something that makes YOU happy. I sometimes second-guess spending time working—I want to be with my kids as much as possible! Then I remember how satisfying work is for me, and because I am fulfilled, I can offer the best version of myself to my family.

4. Small indulgences can make a big difference. There were so many fun and special occasions leading up to the wedding that I wanted to enjoy with family and friends. I didn’t want to deprive myself or give up the foods (and cocktails!) I love in order to feel beautiful on my wedding day. And, because of what I learned from Weight Watchers, I didn’t have to. I gave myself plenty of time to get my body where I wanted it to be, and I learned to make balanced choices during the process. The moment I put on my gown, I was proud that I had let myself celebrate along the way.

5. Honor your support system. I’m lucky to have a great group of friends, some of whom I’ve known since we were kids. They are all unique, and their individuality inspires me daily to reach inside and learn more about my authentic self. The older I get, the more I value these friendships. My family has been by my side in every way imaginable—through the highest highs and the lowest lows. The loving support of my friends and family has been the magic behind how amazing I felt on my wedding day. I believe that because I’ve nurtured and cherished these relationships, my marriage and the relationship I have with myself are strengthened daily.

The walk down the aisle is the beginning of one of the happiest days of your life, and the love you are walking toward is most rewarding when you have that love coming first from within. It’s a time to celebrate with family and friends as you vow to build a life with your soulmate. These are the vows that I’ve made toward a loving marriage. Hopefully they bring you closer to yourself and your happily-ever-after.

—Jessica Simpson



Posted by Gabriuska on Sep 02, 2014 with 0 Comments


Not even the rain could spoil Ashlee Simpson’s spirits on her special day.

The 29-year-old singer-actress exchanged vows with Evan Ross, 26, on Sunday at the Greenwich, Connecticut estate owned by his famous mother Diana Ross.

Ashlee stayed true to form by blending traditional with a sprinkling of Bohemian touches throughout the festivity that was officiated by Diana.

Although the rain delayed the start of the ceremony, Ashlee merely waited on the mansion’s front steps for the wet weather to subside with her bridesmaids and her sister Jessica, who was matron-of-honour.

Ashlee’s five-year-old son Bronx – from her previous marriage to rocker Pete Wentz – escorted her down the aisle. Jessica’s two-year-old daughter Maxwell was flower girl in a white dress and one-year-old son Ace served as ring bearer.


Posted by sweethazzardteam on Sep 02, 2014 with 0 Comments

There’s loads more on the gallery. Just click the image to visit. Here’s some of Jessica. How amazing does she looks? ( Ashlee was breathtaking. Wishing her endless happiness)


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Posted by Gabriuska on Aug 31, 2014 with 0 Comments


Jessica Simpson is keen to restart her music career now that her wedding is out of the way.

Jessica Simpson wants to get back into music.

The ‘With You’ hitmaker married her beau Eric Johnson in July in Montecito, California, and is now eager to get back into the recording studio and resume her career now that their wedding is out of the way.

A source told Us Weekly: ”Jess loves being married.”

The 34-year-old – who hasn’t released any new material since her ‘Happy Christmas’ album in 2010 – has built a studio at her home and can’t wait for her children, Maxwell, two, and Ace, 14 months, to be involved in the musical experience.

She said previously: ”We’re building a studio in our house. I bought a house from Ozzy Osbourne, so a lot of the studio was already set up. I want to see what comes out. It’s time for me to find that out, and I can’t wait for my kids to experience that with me. Even Eric. He’s never seen me perform onstage.”

Jessica also believes having her children at the studio with her will inspire her new sound.
She said: ”I am setting up the sound in my studio [at home] right now.”

She added: ”Well, my kids are there, and they inspire me. They’ll bring the music out of me.”

Posted by Gabriuska on Aug 31, 2014 with 0 Comments


It’s a nice weekend for a white wedding! Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross are gearing up to say “I do,” spending Labor Day Weekend on the East Coast with their famous families before their wedding on Sunday, Aug. 31. Sources tell Us Weekly exclusively that the couple will exchange vows in Greenwich, Conn. at the estate of Ross’ mother, Diana Ross. The legendary Supremes singer, 70, was involved in the planning for the ceremony and may even be singing.

Also scheduled to perform is another icon, Stevie Wonder, who will be making an appearance at both the ceremony and the reception. 

Simpson, 29, will be walked down the aisle by Bronx, her 3-year-old son with ex-husband Pete Wentz, sources tell Us. She will be wearing a pearl-embellished wedding dress .

Simpson will be joined by her sister Jessica Simpson, who is the matron of honor for the ceremony. Jessica’s daughter Maxwell, 2, and son Ace, 14 months, will serve as flower girl and ring bearer, respectively, for their aunt’s wedding.

Recently wed Jessica, 34, will also have her namesake shoes in the swanky affair, as a source tells Us that the bridesmaids will be wearing Jessica Simpson heels.

It will be a family affair for both the bride and groom. In addition to Ross’ mother in the ceremony, his half-sister Tracee Ellis Ross will be MCing the event.


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