She is four years younger than her pop singer sister, Jessica Simpson.Together with her sister, young Ashlee attended Prairie Creek Elementary and North Junior High School which was, located in Richardson, Texas where they were raised by their highly religious parents before they relocated to Los Angeles, California.
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Among her boyfriends was Josh Henderson whom she dated for almost two years, from 2002 to 2004 and Ryan Cabrera, a musician like herself.
She is particularly known for her debut record, also helped her rise to fame.
Ashlee is no doubt one of the few young female pop-rock stars who are destined to take the world by surprise.
in 2007 alongside producers like Timbaland, Chad Hugo and Kenna Unlike her first two albums, the album received mixed reviews because it was not like her first two which were purely pop-like.
In 2016, the young artiste announced her retirement from her acting career in order to pay more attention to her music career.Ashlee then had her name changed to Ashlee Simpson-Wentz and by November 20 the couple had their son whom they named Bronx Mowgli Wentz.Ashlee filed for a divorce from Wentz on February 9, 2011, citing irreconcilable differences and asked that her maiden name be restored.For her active performances, she won a Teen Choice Award for Choice Fresh Face, in 2004, the MTV Asia Award for Favorite Breakthrough Artist in 2005, the BMI Award for her song for the category of Best Art Direction.On social media, the blonde beauty has a massive followership which includes 574k followers on Instagram, 2.74 million followers on Twitter and more than 362k followers on Facebook.He made his acting debut in the comedy-drama film ATL (2006), and has since starred in the films Pride (2007), According to Greta (2009), Mooz-lum (2010), 96 Minutes (2011), Supremacy (2014), The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (2014) and Part 2 (2015).