Why Nick Lachey Left Jessica Simpson In Miami
In Touch magazine reports that when Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson visited Miami earlier this month, the couple got in a dramatic fight that prompted the 98 Degrees singer to fly back home to Los Angeles with the USC Trojans after their big Orange Bowl win. “I’d never seen them that bad,” a friend revealed. “I don’t know how much longer it will last.” Another added, “Let’s just say the year didn’t start out right for the two of them.” The argument was prompted by Jessica being upset after her sister Ashlee Simpson was booed during her halftime performance, but Nick wanted to celebrate because he favorite team had just won the national title game. “He kept telling her, ‘It’s all about you all the time,” a source said. “Tonight, it’s about me.”
Nick Not Ready For Life Post-‘Newlyweds’
January 20, 2005 – An insider tells In Touch magazine while Jessica Simpson can’t wait to finish shooting the final episodes of ‘Newlyweds’ final season, Nick Lachey is finding it hard to see the show end. “Nick isn’t ready to walk away,” the insider said, because he fears he may flop on his own. “His career hasn’t taken off like Jessica’s,” the source explained. But unfortunately for the 98 Degrees singer, Simpson “wants to be a movie star, not a cable TV star.”
Did Nick And Jessica Renew Their Vows?
January 13, 2005 – Life & Style Weekly reports that Jessica Simpson and hubby Nick Lachey renewed their vows in October in a “super-secret ceremony” at Riverbend Church in Austin, Texas, which was the same church where they were wed in 2002.
A rep for the couple insisted to Jeannette Walls of MSNBC.com: “Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey did not renew their wedding vows.” The magazine responded with: “We have several sources on this and we’re standing by our story.”
Why Gossip Mag Buyers Like Nick & Jessica
January 9, 2005 – Our previous poll asked why you believe Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson’s marriage is so popular with gossip magazine buyers. 31.6% said it sure isn’t because of album sales, while 29.9% said ‘Newlyweds’, and 27.5% say they look like Barbie and Ken.
Jessica Creamed, Nick Steamed
January 5, 2005 – The New York Post reports that a waiter at Smith & Wollensky in South Beach accidentally dumped a piping-hot side dish of creamed spinach on Jessica Simpson’s dress Sunday night, prompting laughter from some crew members from her MTV show ‘Newlyweds’ as well as a few steakhouse staffers who witnessed the incident. That didn’t sit well with Jessica’s hubby Nick Lachey of 98 Degrees, who called over the manager and told her, “I want those [bleeps] to apologize to my wife!” The miffed Mr. Simpson later complained about the temperature of his filet mignon and finally refused to pay the bill. MTV later picked up the bill, and the mishap will air it on a future episode of ‘Newlyweds’.
Oh dear, Mr. Lachey, are we starting to get a tad bit uppity?? Word of advice, NEVER, EVER argue with someone who is preparing the FOOD YOU ARE GOING TO EAT. There are ways of getting even with people who do that and it can be very unpleasant. Understand?
sticking up for her was one thing. It was an accident and with my warped sense of humor I would have laughed myself silly. It’s the complaining about the food and then not paying the bill. This WILL get around to different restaurants. They may want to consider eating in for awhile.
Ummm….it’s not like he was at a Benihana’s. They don’t do that type of stuff at restaurants like Smith & Wollensky. If he felt the service was wrong in laughing at his wife after they spilled hot soup all over her, then he was more than right to complain and not pay the bill. My husband owned a restaurant for a long time and if one of his waiters had done something of the sort they would have been fired on the spot.
I would’ve laughed. In fact, lots of people would laugh at that. Nick and Jess would have probably laughed if it had happened to somebody else so why does he have to act like such a jerk just cause it happened to his Barbie doll? Sure the guy who spilled the dish should apologize but I don’t see why everybody who laughed has to.
I know, but they could’ve at least hid it for a moment and retreated to the kitchen to laugh. There are certain rules of how you must behave at a time like that, it’s just like at the Mansion on NYE the waitress serving us had obviously had a little much to drink, that’s inappropriate. It’s common for people to drink on NYE, but it doesn’t make it right.
Duh, hello, jlover, I’m not talking about the laughing. No one said her actual waiter laughed anyway. It was MTV crew members and other restaurant staffers. I’ll bet anything that their waiter apologized profusely. I’M TALKING ABOUT Nick complaining about his food and then NOT paying the bill. You CAN get the food you want in a very nice and polite manner and then PAY YOUR BILL. If it is a good restaurant they will be perfectly happy to please. When you’re not nice you may really not like the price.
You are 100% right Jlover, it’s just that these children don’t understand how respectable businesses work. I would have done the same had the same thing happened to my wife. I can also assure that anyone else in his position would have done the same.
Everyone needs to understand, when you dine at a restaurant like the Wollensky, there is a certain way which waiters/waitresses should treat the customers. The moment the spinach was spilled the waiter should have immediately apologized and/or offered the meal to be free. The restaurants have a reputation to protect. And if that reputation is tarnished, the owner will lose a lot of business due to negative word of mouth.
I suppose but it’s hard to suppress laughter and very often when you do it comes out as a snort. Is it appropriate to be sounding like a pig in the restaurant area? Look, whatever I don’t care and I never said it was right. It’s just, was nick expecting everybody from the MTV crew and everything to line up and apologize to Jess? If so, he was being, like I said, a bit of a jerk