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Welcome on Ashlee Simpson Daily! This website will provide you the latest news about Ashlee Simpson Ross. Ashlee is back : She is in the show 'Ashlee+Evan' every Sundays on E! You can now buy her first EP of six songs (I Do, Paris, Safe Zone, Tonic, I Want You & Home) with Evan Ross called 'Ashlee+Evan' here. Ashlee is also working on a solo album and a clothing line 'ASR3'. is also available on Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr. Thanks for your visit! xoxo
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Message posté par Laura le 15 Oct 2018

Hello again! Here is a new interview of Ashlee Simpson Ross and Evan Ross talking about their bohemian home.

For Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross, home is truly where the heart is.

The couple, wed since 2014 and parents to 3-year-old Jagger (Simpson also has a 9-year-old son Bronx with her ex Pete Wentz), live, play and work in their Los Angeles bohemian-inspired abode.

This house is our happy place,” says Simpson, 34. “It’s a place not just for us but for our family and friends. It’s a place of love.

And for Simpson and Ross, both singers who have a new duets album Ashlee + Evan (their E! reality show has the same name), home also provides musical inspiration.

We like to be creative outside,” says Ross, 30. “A lot of the songs from our album we came up with by the fire pit!

When it came to design, “I think it’s important to intertwine both tastes,” says Simpson, who notes that both their aesthetics skew to the “eclectic” side.

Simpson was drawn to vintage-inspired pieces and cozy touches. “I’m a creature of comfort,” she says. Ross, on the other hand, was influenced by his love of New York’s Gramercy Park Hotel.

It’s not making it too pretty,” says Simpson. Adds Ross: “It’s masculine and feminine at the same time.

Ross is also an artist whose portraits, including some of his mother Diana Ross, are displayed throughout the home.

It’s part of my life,” says Ross of his artwork. “A lot of things I create get put on the wall.”

And with young ones in the house, both Simpson and Ross take care not to be too precious.

We often have a house full of kids,” says Simpson. “You have to give in and say, ‘Okay, things are going to happen.’ But we live a pretty bohemian lifestyle and it works for us.”

Ultimately, “home is our little love nest,” says Simpson. “This house is like a big warm hug.”

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Message posté par Laura le 15 Oct 2018

Ashlee Simpson’s first musical project in 10 years is meaningful to her for many reasons — not least of all because she’s singing with her husband, Evan Ross.

This fall, the couple — who record under the name Ashlee + Evan — put out a new song each week to accompany a new episode of their E! reality series, also called Ashlee + Evan, culminating in a 6-song, self-titled EP that arrived on Oct. 12. The project allowed Simpson to depart from her pop-punk roots and showcase a more soulful side inspired by her love of Lauryn Hill and Erykah Badu. But most importantly, it offered Simpson a chance to open herself back up to the public eye on her own terms.

I’ve been wanting so badly to get back to music, and I feel like I never stopped writing music,” she says during a joint interview with Ross. “I feel like showing it [on Ashlee + Evan] was important because of the time that I’ve been gone. I wanted to also share where I’m at in my life, and the journey of getting back to what I want to do and what I want to share with my kids.”

Simpson and Ross eventually plan to release a full album together in addition to their own individual projects, which they think they’ll eventually take on the road with a joint tour. As they celebrated their EP release, the pair chatted with Billboard about what they’ve taken away from this new chapter, plans for the future and what it means to open up after a long time away from the public eye.

When was the first time you two connected over music, and when did the idea of recording something together actually come to fruition?

Ross: I think music is what brought us together the first time we hung out. There’s actually a photo of us sitting in the corner listening to music. I think music has always been a big part of our relationship.

Simpson: The first time Evan was working on his album and was in the studio, I got in the studio and started singing in the room. Or I’d start writing songs in the other room, and he’d be like, “If you want to sing, come sing on this song…” We did it together, and it was like, “Wow, that sounds good!”

How has music enhanced your relationship since you started working together?

Ross: It’s awesome writing about each other and the experiences we have together. It’s kind of like giving a love note to the person you love every time you write something.

Simpson: It was a nice moment — just us and our love of what we listen to, what we like and how we feel. For us, this is not a genre of music. We just wanted it to feel like things that we were inspired by.

Have you played the music for your kids?

Simpson: Anytime we finish a song, we play it for them. They know all the words. Like yesterday, we were rehearing, and [our daughter] Jagger sits in my lap and is singing every word.

Ross: Right now, if you were to ask Jagger to sing one of our songs, she’d go [Sings] “Baby, I want you.”

Simpson: And I guess they still play the good Ashley jams at the trampoline spot they go to. She’s always like, “That’s mom!”

Ross: I love that you call it “the Ashley jams.” [Laughs.]

Simpson: They never get old!

Speaking of the Ashley jams, how do you think this EP is influencing the solo music that you’re both working on?

Ross: Even just the process of being in the studio and creating, you start thinking about the story and the feeling you’re trying to create. I’ve heard Ashlee lately starting to get into what that sound might be for her as well as me doing the same.

Simpson: It’s really just felt good. Music is definitely in a different place than when I left, so this felt so freeing to just release content every week. That felt so cool and so different for me. I’m in a really great place about it.

What have you learned from each other?

Simpson: We push each other. He’ll go through a melody, and I’ll go through a melody, and I feel like we really learned to work those together.

Ross: She’s so good at words too, I think she’s consistently thinking about what the content will be or what the actual story is, which I don’t do as much. I’m usually just thinking about the melody. She’s a perfectionist and really doesn’t stop until it’s exactly the way she wants it. I feel like I’ve learned a lot about how dedicated she is to getting things right. Also, she’s always got no shoes on, sitting on the floor. She makes it her home. I’m like, “This looks more like a cabin than a studio.”

Simpson: Even when I rock out I like to feel the ground. [Laughs.]

In the past few years, you’ve kept your family life mostly out of the spotlight. Do you think about where’d you be today if you hadn’t?

Simpson: I think I still would have been making my music and still would have been releasing music, whether we did this together or not. I think we both would have. I’m happy we [took a] leave from the spotlight. That moment away from everything was super important for me as a mother.

Ross: The most important thing will always be our children and our family, so I think that the added bonus is being able to create music that hopefully people enjoy.

Simpson: It was important to show my kids that it’s important to follow your dreams and do what you love. I’m happy to still be able to do that, whatever the outcome is. I’m still enjoying myself, I’m loving everything, and I’m proud of it.

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Message posté par Laura le 15 Oct 2018

Hello everyone! Last night, it was the last episode of the season 1 of ‘Ashlee+Evan’ and this one was really amazing and I am gonna miss it so much. I will post my opinion about it soon on the Ashlee+Evan’s page. Here is the live they give during the show (recorded few months ago). They sang ‘I Do’ and ‘I Want You’. They are amazing.

Message posté par Laura le 14 Oct 2018

Hello everyone! Here are the full magazine scans of Ashlee Simpson Ross and Evan Ross for ‘Hello Magazine‘ (October 2018).

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Message posté par Laura le 13 Oct 2018

Babies on the brain! Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross don’t have any official plans for baby No. 2, but the pair is 100 percent in sync about adding to their brood.

We definitely want another one,” Simpson, 34, told Us Weekly at the Candy Crush Friends Live launch event in New York City on Thursday, October 11, to which Ross, 30, agreed.

We’ll figure out when it’s the right time,” the Hunger Games actor added.

His wife replied, “Not yet. We know we want it, but yeah.”

Ross, however, hinted at the possibility of it potentially being a surprise. “It might just happen,” he quipped. “It could just happen.

As for going on tour with their 3-year-old daughter Jagger and Simpson’s 9-year-old son, Bronx — whom she shares with ex-husband Pete Wentz — the “Autobiography” songstress tells Us that “everything will work around their schedules.”

Majority of the time we’ll have them with us,” Ross chimed in. “Obviously there’s school and stuff to figure out, but majority of time they’ll be with us.

The couple — who tied the knot in August 2014 — have been busy with their new E! reality show and opened up to Us in August about hitting the road again once taping wrapped. The 7th Heaven alum told Us at the time that the pair want to “make it a family thing.”

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Message posté par Laura le 13 Oct 2018

Hello! Here are new sneak peeks of the last episode of ‘Ashlee+Evan‘. Don’t miss this season finale tomorrow on E! at 10/9c. Plus, Ashlee and Evan appears on ‘Hello Magazine’. They look so beautiful!

Message posté par Laura le 12 Oct 2018

Hello again! Here is a new sneak peek of the last episode of ‘Ashlee+Evan‘ which will air on Sunday on E! at 10/9c. Plus, we have the first tour dates of Ashlee and Evan, more will come soon. Ashlee and Evan were also on ‘Good Morning America‘ today to perform ‘I Do‘ for the first time on TV, they sound amazing! You will find a video of their interviews and their wonderful live!

North American Tour :
01/07 – Bowery Ballroom – New York, NY
01/08 – Union Stage – Washington, DC
01/10 – The Loft – Atlanta, GA
01/11 – Exit/In – Nashville, TN
01/12 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
01/14 – House of Blues Cambridge Room – Dallas, TX
01/17 – Slim’s – San Francisco, CA
01/18 – The Roxy – Los Angeles, CA
Tickets go on-sale 10/16

Message posté par Laura le 12 Oct 2018

You could definitely call Ashlee Simpson Ross and Evan Ross a Hollywood power couple. Ashlee, who began her career in 2004 with the mega-popular Ashlee Simpson Show and debut record Autobiography, and Evan, a musician and actor known for his roles in the blockbuster Hunger Games series and 90210, can surely navigate the spotlight on their own. But now they’re doing it together as husband and wife, with a brand new duets album and accompanying docu series. Add their two young kids and famous families to the mix (Ashlee is sister to Jessica, while Evan’s mom is music legend Diana Ross), and life in front of the cameras can be pretty hectic.

Their new E! docu-drama show, Ashlee + Evan (airing Sundays at 10 p.m. ET), offers fans an inside glimpse into the glamorous, yet ultimately relatable lives of the superstar couple. The series details the creative process behind their upcoming record, showcasing the passion they share not just for music, but for their kids and each other. “This record is about love,” Ashlee says.

To help spread that love, Ashlee and Evan visited Spotify to create a playlist of their favorite songs and influences. In addition their own new music–like the soulful, romantic single “I Do”– the couple highlighted artists that inspire them like Michael Jackson, Leon Bridges, Marvin Gaye, and of course, Evan’s mom’s legendary group The Supremes.

While they picked out the perfect tunes, Ashlee and Evan opened up about their own new music, their talented kids, and what it’s like to share their lives on camera. Read what they had to say and stream their playlist below.

What first inspired you to start making music together?

Ashlee: When we first started dating, we’d have late nights until 3:00 in the morning singing together. But we didn’t really plan to do it. I think it was when Evan was working on an album, and I came into the studio to visit. We recorded a song, “Permission to Love.” That’s when I knew we worked well together. It’s something we’ve been wanting to do for the past three years. But then I had our daughter, Jagger, so it didn’t feel like the right time until now.

Evan: It also helped that we did the show, because it put a time limit on things. Otherwise we’d probably be making music forever. Though I’m sure we’ll still be making music together forever. It’s been a really fun process.

Do you have a favorite famous music duet?

Evan: You know I’ve got to say “Endless Love.”

Ashlee: I definitely love a good Peaches & Herb. Or Sonny & Cher.

Evan: You love that Peaches & Herb.

Ashlee: I do! My grandparents shared them with me when I was younger.

Evan: We danced to “Love Is Strange” at our wedding.

Evan, has your mom, Diana Ross, mentored you during this process?

Evan: I wouldn’t say she’s mentored us, but she’s so supportive and has been so helpful. She came up with a melody for one of the songs, and it was incredible. She always gives good advice. She’s so happy we’re finally putting music out. Both our parents have really been part of the process.

Have your kids shown any interest in music?

Evan: 100%, yes.

Ashlee: Jagger calls Evan’s mom “Ami.” So she loves an Ami concert. She sings all the words.

Evan: And Bronx definitely knows every song on the radio.

Would you encourage them to pursue music careers?

Ashlee: My son never got to see a huge part of me and what I am, and how I am when I’m performing, and I’m so happy to be back at it. To share that with him is really cool. I want them both to follow their dreams, whatever they may be.

Ashlee, you were just a teen when you first started your career. What has changed now that you’re a wife and mother making music with your husband?

Ashlee: There’s definitely a different approach. What’s so nice about looking back on my albums is that it actually feels like a walk down memory lane. I was growing up and going through a lot of different things, like first breakups. I’m very proud of all that. But this time around with my husband, this record is about love.

Evan: It’s its own thing.

Ashlee: Totally. We never said that it had to be pop rock, or had to sound like me. People don’t know, but I’m super inspired by soul music, and Erykah Badu, and Lauryn Hill, and Sade. I think that when you listen to our music, you’ll hear a lot of different influences.

Evan: Not all the songs are exactly alike. They have different vibes.

Ashlee: We worked with so many amazing people, like Verdine White from Earth, Wind & Fire.

Evan: He played on six of our songs. The idea that we got to work with Earth, Wind & Fire is just …

Ashlee: … It was like, “Is this really happening?” You could feel the love. It really felt like something special was happening.

What do you hope fans take away from the show?

Ashlee: I hope that people will see something positive. We executive-produced the show because we want to share that, and share where we are in life. We wanted it to feel real.

Evan: We want people get to know us, and see the real, authentic truth to who we are, and the love we share. We hope that inspires them.

Ashlee, you experienced some very public highs and lows in the beginning of your career. Looking back on that period, what advice would you give to your daughter or other young women about fame?

Ashlee: I definitely had highs and lows in the beginning. Regardless of whether or not you’re in the public eye, people go through their own journey. It’s important to remember who you are as an artist. For me, I would remember why I made an album, and that helped me stand up for it and carry on. You have to believe in yourself.

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Message posté par Laura le 12 Oct 2018

Hello everyone! Yesterday (October 11), Ashlee Simpson Ross and Evan Ross attend the Candy Crush Friends Saga Global Launch Event at Brookfield Place in New York. Plus, their first EP, ‘Ashlee+Evan’ is out since midnight in every countries. Go buy it/listen to it (here). Their last song ‘Home‘ is so beautiful and perfect, probably my favorite of the EP!

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Message posté par Laura le 11 Oct 2018

Tell us about your new show.

Evan: At first it was just for us to document us making music together for the first time. Then we thought it would be good for people to get to know us. We also wanted it to feel more like a documentary. The people we had filming it had all done films and documentaries.

Ashlee: It’s real. It is a lot of love and is positive, and that makes it different.

What was the craziest thing that happened while filming this series?

Ashlee: I know for me it was when we went away to Palm Springs for a relaxing family weekend and Evan surprised me and all of our friends showed up (laughs).

Evan: I’m still defending myself. I did not tell our friends that we had all of that space and a warm pool and all that!

Ashlee: Well, it was all caught on camera.

Thing you’re most excited about for the show?

Evan: I think people getting the chance to know who we really are. We’re still very private, but we wanted to invite people in on this journey.

Ashlee: Yeah, and for me it’s a chance to reconnect with so many of my fans and people who supported me. It’s also pushed me to create and express myself again, but in a way that’s authentic.

What is it like working together as a couple so closely on so many things – music, a show, and raising children?

Evan: It’s so good. We’re better together sometimes when it comes to being creative. And work takes me away a lot whether it’s because I’m doing a movie or TV, so if I have the chance to do what I love with the people I love, it’s cool. It doesn’t get better.

Do you guys ever get overwhelmed with each other, and if so, how do you work around that?

Ashlee: When I’m caught off guard I definitely have like a smile and don’t say a lot. I kinda go away for a bit and think or do whatever I have to do quietly. Then I come back and return to the moment and realize it’s all okay.

Evan: We talk about things. Communication is key. I feel we don’t hold our anger in. We have a strong commitment to each other. Every couple has ups and downs, but in the end, we “love it out.”

Tell us about the music you guys are working on together!

Evan: It’s got a lot of soul, but also a fun vibe. Ashlee’s vocals gives the songs a bit of a rock edge, too. It’s a combination of different things, but it always comes down to good melodies and music that makes you feel good.

Ashlee: Music was something that connected us right from the start. It’s been fun getting back in the studio and creating something new that’s completely us.

How would you describe the new music in two words?

Ashlee: Love. Together.

Evan: Definitely love. And Soulful.

Can we expect some amazing couple vibes in a music video for this new music?

Ashlee: We’d like to do that. We have a lot of ideas. That’s what’s so good. Between the two of us, ideas just keep flowing. We find inspiration all around.

How did your unisex clothing collab with Zadig and Voltaire come about? What was the inspiration behind the line?

Ashlee: From the beginning I was in Evan’s closet and he was in mine. I loved wearing his vintage t-shirts. We also named the line after our daughter, Jagger Snow.

Evan: And I’d feel very comfortable in her jackets or blouses. As a kid, I was never told what I could or couldn’t wear. It’s like, if you feel good in it, it’s right. I think right now with fashion, it can be whatever you want it to be.

Favorite piece in the line?

Evan: I especially love the jackets. You can just wear them for anything and with anything. There’s a black blazer that is just amazing.

Ashlee: I love all the t-shirts that have expressions of love on them. A few pieces read ‘We don’t need permission to love.’ I think that’s so beautiful.

Why did you guys decide to create a uniquely unisex line?

Ashlee: It’s our hope that in this moment right now, we can all go from the same closet. No placement or limits. We can all share.

Evan: It’s like a canvas, and we had the chance to create. It was a way to really express ourselves. The clothing is like pieces of art.

Ashlee: Our daughter was also an inspiration.

Hardest thing about being parents?

Evan: For me it’s being away from my family. It’s just always want to be around, and it’s hard when I have to go away for work.

Ashlee: I think for me it’s about finding that balance between work and home. I’m getting better, but I just want to make sure I’m there for everyone.

Most rewarding thing?

Evan: The hugs. The snuggles.

Ashlee: Yeah, nothing beats the hugs. Well, maybe the kisses.

How do you balance work, love, and life? What keeps you guys on track?

Evan: It takes work, but you can do it. My mom had and still has a gigantic career, but it never felt like she was away. It’s about being committed to each other and knowing your priorities.

What do you guys like to do as a family?

Evan: We do a lot of dancing. I just pick Jagger up and start dancing. Music is always in our home.

Ashlee: Dancing is our playtime. Also, we went to Disneyland this summer and had so much fun. Jagger also likes dressing up and putting on makeup.

Favorite place to vacation?

Ashlee: Paris holds a special place in my heart. We spent some time there when Evan was making a movie and had a very romantic and sexy time.

Evan: Good memories. It inspired the song “Paris” that’s on our EP.

Best memory you have of each other?

Ashlee: The first time we met still makes me smile. We met at my friend’s birthday party. Evan walked in, and I just was like, “Who is this Mr. Cool Pants?”

Evan: Then she tried dancing with me. We made out, and as I’ve said before, I think we dried-humped a bit. I know I tried to put down some of my best moves.

Ashlee: He did and still has got this bad-boy, but fun vibe going on.

What’s next for you guys?

Evan: We’re going to keep creating music, and we look forward to touring.

Ashlee: Yeah, playing live is a big plan. Also, I’d like to get back in the studio and do some pop-rock material, but now with some added soul.

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