We are both so happy to play a small part in the wonderful work Operation Smile does for children.
, the former 98 Degrees star admits that not making babies with Jessica Simpson turned out to be a blessing in disguise."I think in our situation, that was probably the best thing that could have ever happened is that we didn't have kids," he told Jenny Mc Carthy.
There's just no contact," Lachey explained when asked about his relationship today.
Any guy that's going to be with me from this day forward has to understand that. "I want to tell you everything, but I have to sew my lips together," she says.
"I wouldn't say it's friends and I wouldn't say it's enemies — there is just no contact," he explained. It's not animosity, it's not friendship, it's just kind of nothing." Watch a clip from Simpson's appearance above, and see the full segment with Kelly Evans at 4 p.m. Sign up now for the Us Weekly newsletter to get breaking celebrity news, hot pics, and more delivered straight to your inbox!
[on Operation Smile] Nick [husband Nick Lachey] and I have gotten a lot of attention for doing a "reality" show on television, but the ability to give a child his or her smile back is the kind of reality that really deserves the attention.
Jessica Simpson says she was stung when ex-husband Nick Lachey jumped back into dating after their high-profile breakup. Yeah, I'd say it kind of hurt me." Simpson and Lachey, 33, starred in the MTV reality show, "Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica." She filed for divorce in December 2005, after three years of marriage.
"Oh, it hurt me," the 26-year-old singer-actress says in an interview in the March issue of Elle magazine, on newsstands Feb. She made that decision, she says, after watching the 2004 romance "The Notebook" on a plane ride home to Texas.