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But the whole quirks-of-incompatibly-living-together thing soon got in the way. The only thing they really had in common was their music.
I actually enjoy cooking, so that’s why we stay in a lot, and he’s so sweet.And Nick always seemed to be carrying her around—they were so hot!All of that translated into more opportunities outside the marriage, especially for Simpson, who launched her edible beauty line Jessica Simpson Desserts and started formulating what would eventually become her booming, billion-dollar fashion brand.To which Lachey added, "You know, it sounds kind of hokey and cheesy, but at the same time, it's cool."So why not share all that hokey, cheesy love with the world?!It was the blushing bride's father and then-manager, Joe Simpson, who brokered the deal for their show with MTV (and would continue along with Jess' mom, Tina, to be really involved in the couple's life), and Jessica readily admitted she thought it would be a good way to promote her new album, their fans wanted to know more about their sex life, not to mention watch it play out in PG-rated form in music videos; see inside their spacious Calabasas home, and Simpson's closet in particular; and watch them playfully bicker and make up.Once upon a time, it didn't seem like the worst idea ever for couples to do a reality show about their lives. And that's thanks to Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey, who were instrumental in ushering in a whole new genre of entertainment—for the world and for MTV—when they agreed to star in the pioneering , after tying the knot on Oct. They weren't exactly newlyweds anymore when the show premiered on Aug.