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Tony Romo will be getting a little off the field this Thanksgiving day!
As part of his multi-year endorsement deal, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback will make his debut appearance in his new television commercial campaign for Starter. The QB is also slated to appear in print, online, and billboard ads for the activewear company. The commercial itself was shot in Los Angeles by Dave Meyers, and features Romo owning the obstacle course in Starter apparel.
We have a sneak preview of the print ad and we have to say, we like what we see! He looks kinda cute all hot and sweaty! We love that look of determination on his face!
Click here to get a sneak peak of the TV ad.
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"Daisy was her baby," a source claims. "It's going to put her into a tailspin. It will put her into the worst place ever."
She was inseparable with Daisy, whom she received as a present from then-husband Nick Lachey in 2004.
"She won't leave her parents' house," claims another. "Whenever things went wrong for Jessica, she reached for Daisy. She was her security blanket. When people let her down, she always had Daisy."
Simpson finally left when best bud Ken Paves picked her up for dinner, but it didn't do much!
"Jessica seemed okay, but wasn't smiling much," said an onlooker. "The wine made her relax a bit, but it was still obvious that she was having a devastating week."
And, rumor has it, she was bat-shit crazy with that dog!
Simpleton fed her Daisy steak instead of dog food and referred to herself as "Daisy's Mommy." When she left the house, she left the air conditioner on for the dog, refused visitors to not wake Daisy (in the event that she was sick) and threw her elaborate birthday parties.
It gets worse!
When Jessica was away for the night, she called home and had "someone put Daisy on the phone so she could say goodnight."
"Daisy ran the household," a friend said. "If Daisy didn’t like you, you were gone. Sometimes if her regular hair and makeup people weren’t available and Jessica had a sit-in, if Daisy didn’t like them, they wouldn’t be back. Daisy ran the roost."
"Jessica has a very small inner circle. But she always had Daisy. Daisy gave her unconditional love," divulged a friend. "Daisy never betrayed her. Daisy was always there for her. This is serious. Jessica’s heart is broken."
When she was having relationship problems, Jess "would cry herself to sleep at night, using Daisy as a pillow."
But this behavior is not out of character!
"Jessica is very needy. She is very clingy," the friend continued. "She is so sweet, but sometimes because of that she's hard to be around. It's not always easy. She hates to be alone. That's what happened with Tony [Romo]. Jessica smothers people. She doesn't really have any hobbies. Daisy was exactly what Jessica needed."
This is just sad!
Be strong, bb!
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"First home game of the season in the new stadium…GO COWBOYS!!!!!!!!"
And the Dallas Cowboys ended up losing to the New York Giants last night.
Way to go, Jess!
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So who's the lucky lady?
In addition to J. Simpleton, Romo has also been romantically linked to country cutie, Carrie Underwood.
Does this guy have a type or what?
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If this is true, Tony Romo is quite the hypocrite!
Jessica Simpson may have chosen the sauce over her relationship!
Supposedly, Simpleton's incessant drinking became a source of contention between the couple, resulting in Romo's pals urging him to break it off with the singer.
"Jessica would get really drunk and obnoxious, it was out of control. She would be sprawled everywhere with he head on his lap and the look on Tony’s face said it all," said an insider. "He was so embarrassed in front of all the guys and his teammates were really harsh on him over it. Breaking up was a really hard decision for Tony to make."
It is also said that Romo really loved Jessica and stood up for her in front of his friends, but the situation spiraled out of control.
A pal close to Simpson claims that her drinking was never the problem, but the numerous issues
(AKA Margaritas, Cosmos, etc) between them that caused the split.
"She was devastated and it did come as a shock, however," added the source.
Hasn't Romo been seen pAArtying it up all over town?!
We don't think it was her drinking that was obnoxious, it was probably just her personality!
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Call us old fashioned, but we think mommas should be down right bitchy to the men who break their little girl's heart.
Perhaps Tina Simpson wasn't raised this way as she holds no ill-will towards Tony Romo, who so lovingly dumped her daughter Jessica right before her birthday.
When asked about her daughter's former lover, she replied: "We like all our exes."
He wasn't dating you!?!
Grow a pair and call him an ass, Tina! C'mon!
You know you want to!
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The girl either has a sixth sense or she knew the relationship was kaput!!
In an pre-breakup interview with Glamour, Jessica Simpson discusses Tony, her divorce and the legacy she'd like to leave behind.
“I don’t regret anything I’ve gone through…. I don’t know what the future holds, but I hope that my life, as it is now, doesn’t change. I’m very happy and comfortable—it’s a great place to be in. If this article comes out and we’re not together, I’d still love [Tony], and he’d still be a huge part of who I am today.”
On body image:
“It’s not fair that women look in the mirror and feel disgust because of what society has made them believe about beauty. I’ve been through it myself and understand the pressures. We’re all facing the same struggles together, whether you’re a celebrity or not.”
On her divorce:
“It was hard to imagine I would ever walk down the aisle again. It was like a death in the family: You go through the mourning stage, then the rebellion, and then all of a sudden you have to find life by yourself. Once you do that, you feel complete—and that’s the only time you can truly fall in love again, and give yourself over completely to another person.”
On the legacy she’d like to leave behind:
“Tony said, ‘Jessica, at the end of your life, the only thing that’s going to flash through your mind and heart is your husband, kids, family and the people you love. You’re not going to think, I wish I’d done this with my career. And I’m not going to remember how many touchdown passes I threw or if I won the Super Bowl.’ Music is the heart of who I am, and it’s the most personal thing that I do.”
On her future plans:
“I’m never going to be a woman who doesn’t work. At 12 I was emancipated from my parents so I could sign my first record deal. I think I was born working!”
We almost like her a bit more now! Eh, almost.
Bet she's making Poppa Joe