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March 29, 2005

Ashlee Grows


Ashlee Simpson has been singing a medley of songs by Madonna, Blondie and the Pretenders on her current tour, and it's given her an idea why not pull a Gwen Stefani and showcase her love of the '80s on her next record? But unlike the No Doubt singer's lighthearted solo fare, Simpson wants to go a bit deeper.

"This summer, whenever I get off tour, I am going to start writing a new album and kind of focus on that for a little while," Simpson said. "I've been really into '80s music, and hopefully my next album will have that feel to it. I'm really excited to write my new record."

That's because she's been through so much since she released her debut, Autobiography and not just the infamous "SNL" and Orange Bowl incidents. Where Simpson's first album focused on ending a relationship with one boy and starting one with another (that would be Ryan Cabrera), this album would be less about them and more about her own personal growth.

"I feel like I've gone through a lot and I am at a different place in my life," she said. "This time I have dealt with a lot, you know, with myself, more than a relationship, which was the last record. So it'll be cool to go back in the studio and start writing. I've definitely got a lot to say."

--Oh, I can hardly wait. ;)


Posted by Lawren at March 29, 2005 06:52 AM

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