He could have his pick of any lady in the land, and Cody Simpson had a bit of a struggle categorizing three of his famous female friends while chatting with Blunt Talking.
The handsome singer was given the choice of “Eff, Marry, Kill” with three lovely ladies- Selena Gomez, Jennifer Lawrence and Kendall Jenner.
Cody squirmed as he admitted, "Okay, this is very difficult because one of these girls I dated her sister, one of these girls is a friend of... you know, and Jennifer Lawrence... I'm not sure.”
And finally he announced, “I’m gonna kill Kendall, just because I don’t wanna… I wouldn’t get too far in the other two categories. I’m gonna eff Jennifer Lawrence and I’m gonna marry Selena.”
Alli Simpson is quickly making her mark in the world of music and modeling. Taking after her older brother Cody Simpson, this 16-year-old is storming the music industry with her latest single "Guilty." As well as being a Radio Disney host, this fashion maven is teaming up with KISS lashes and imPRESS Press-On Manicure by Broadway Nails, bringing a new range of nail designs to the table. This will be her second year partnering with the stylish brand. Tribute caught up with the Australian blonde beauty who is gearing up to release her fourth single this summer.
What did you want to do growing up?
It was funny. We moved to America about three to four years ago for my older brother, Cody, who got discovered on YouTube. He wanted to pursue his career and I had no idea what I wanted to do. When we moved here, Cody got into show business and I was getting opportunities so I thought while I’m here, I might as well start up my own.
What’s it like having a talented and famous brother who is always in the spotlight?
Of course! He was the one who inspired me in the beginning. He was like "You should try modeling. Get in the studio and record a song." He was the one who made me think I can do this.
I’d like to collaborate with my brother. We’re always singing together around the house. I think it would be really cool to get in the studio and record a professional song with him. We’re working on that at the moment, so it’s going to be cool.
I would say my brother. He’s always the one helping me and giving me advice. If I’m wearing something I shouldn’t be then he’d be like "Alli, it’s not cool!" He’s truthful with me as I am for him. I get his help in the studio and he helps me with my photo shoots. He always brings out my confidence.