Dumping someone before their birthday seems harsh, but reports suggest that Tony Romo had good reason for calling it quits with Jessica Simpson in such fashion. Asked two weeks ago what he had planned for Jessica Simpson's birthday July 10, Tony Romo said, "It's a secret." Guess a kick out the door works best by surprise.
As it turned out, Simpson's birthday surprise turned out to be a shocker as the Dallas Cowboys quarterback ended their year-and-a-half relationship July 9.
The home team won, 100-75, but the true victor was Jess, who's managed to keep this guy around despite her ballooning weight and rapidly deteriorating career.
After an unflattering series of pictures of her singing live caused a whirlwind of buzz about her somewhat fuller figure, then she struggled during her set on February 5, forgetting lyrics and appearing nervous, Jessica Simpson is stressed out.
According to Celeb TV, the NFL star and quasi-celebrity is now dating Miss Missouri Candice Crawford, the sister of Gossip Girl star Chace Crawford!
As we reported yesterday, Tony Romo has been linked to another woman named Natalie Smith almost immediately after he broke up with Jessica Simpson.
But whatever happened to her that night, Jessica has a plan to bounce back, with the help of boyfriend Tony Romo - or so claims celeb gossip magazine OK!
They are soon going to celebrate their seventh marriage anniversary and we wish would like to wish them in advance. Previously, Romo was in a relationship with an actress and singer Jessica Simpson. They dated for about two years and broke up in July 2009.
He has dated several high-profile women including Jessica Simpson and Carrie Underwood, but hardy is now married to Candice Crawford; a former Miss Missouri USA. At the time, Crawford used to work as a reporter and anchor at CW33 in Dallas.
The couple tied the knot on May 28, 2011, and is raising three children. After dating for about a year, Romo popped the question to his then-girlfriend with 8-carat yellow diamond ring in December 2010 while celebrating Crawford's 24th birthday.
At least she could do something about the second one by coming in very, very early.
She needed to get a jump start on work anyway; even though everyone at R. Housing had been just as stunned when the news broke about Roselyn as she had been, business was business – they hadn’t lost as many customers as feared, but it was still a bit tight.