Jessica, Nick & More

New Order would be proud of us this week, because we have lots of news from ex-lovers (thanks to Twitter) that has created quite the “Bizarre Love Triangle!”

As we told you a few weeks back, Jessica Simpson gave birth to a healthy daughter named Maxwell, who predictably, is now being turned into quite the fashionista, courtesy of Mom.

Jessica sent the following tweet earlier this week:

“I’m addicted to buying headbands w massive flowers for Maxwell on etsy! She is insanely beautiful I can’t help but play dress up!!”

Good for you Jessica, good for you. Happy that little Maxwell is doing well.

And by the way, to the guy who wrote in last time and said, “Jessica Simpson wasn’t a 90’s artist,” look up “I Wanna Love You Forever,” which hit #3 on the charts back in 1999. Yeah, nice job, bud!!

While we’re on the topic of Jessica, we of course have to give an update to my official man crush, Mr. Nick Lachey, formerly of 98 Degrees, who tweets about how in love he is with Vanessa ALL. THE. TIME.

But its this tweet that makes me giddy:

“is it me, or does look a little different than it did yesterday? Just saying…”

Nick of course is hinting at the fact that perhaps we’ll see something new from 98 Degrees soon. And that’s a small world – he’s in love, Jessica is in love, but its with someone else, in both of their cases… and they both met on a 98 Degrees tour, back in the fall of 1999, when Jessica Simpson was a “no name” pop singer from Texas and Nick was the heart throb from 98 Degrees. The coincidences in life are never ending.

Last, this week, an e-mail comes to us from Kelly in Kansas City. She writes:

Q: “I love listening to the old interviews on your website. What in the world ever happened to Primitive Radio Gods? I’d really like to hear from them. Thanks.”

A: Well, it’s funny you ask that, because several months back, I attempted and did successfully reach Primitive Radio Gods founder and lead singer, Chris O’Connor, who politely declined my request for an interview and basically said that the group had been “retired” since 2005 and they wanted to let the music speak for itself. So, there would be no further comment. I respected it and moved on, though I’m with you, it would be awesome to someday find out more about Chris and the awesomeness that was PRG. Maybe I’ll try one more time a few years down the road.

Until next time, have a great week!

Dave O