She may date famous men by the truckload, but don’t go to Jessica Simpson for advice about love.
Asked by Allure magazine what she has learned from her boldface-named relationships with ex-hubby Nick Lachey, musician John Mayer and NFL star Tony Romo, Simpson says, “Nothing.”
Despite her professed cluelessness about relationships, the 29-year-old star insists that none of her loves ended bitterly – not even with Romo, who famously dumped her the day before her birthday.
“I talked to Tony today,” she told the mag. “I’m still a fan [of the Dallas Cowboys]. I’m a huge fan. I wear my gear, and I cheer Tony on.”
Simpson also cleared up a rumor about ex Mayer.
“He didn’t make me go brunette,” she says of the darker hairdo she sported in 2006 and 2007. “John doesn’t get credit for making me brunette. He’d like to think so, but he doesn’t deserve the credit.”
Allure had conducted its interview with Simpson before Playboy published its explosive talk with Mayer in which he spewed racial epithets and said that Simpson was crazy in bed.
The singer also denied that she has aligned with Smashing Pumpkin head Billy Corgan.
“I’m on my own, and it’s nice,” says Simpson, whose new VH1 show, “Price of Beauty,” debuts in March.
Still, Simpson foresees that her next husband will be as artistic as Corgan. “It will show you the colors of my character, the person that I fall in love with next,” she explains. “I don’t even have a type! I don’t have a physical type. I have an emotional type.”
Simpson got emotional herself when discussing the razzing she endured for her weight and the “mom jeans” she sported at an early 2009 concert.
“I would not wish on my worst enemy what I went through,” she says.
Despite Simpson’s growing comfort in her body, she says she’ll never show it for the camera.
“I will never do nudity,” she declares. “I don’t care how dark and intellectual the role could be, you know. I don’t care if I frickin’ could get an Oscar for it, I’m not going to do it. Those accolades mean nothing to me. I don’t think people deserve to see what’s under my clothing. That’s only for my next husband. Ha ha ha.”
Now nearing the age of 30, Simpson finds herself less sure of her future than she once was.
“I just kind of thought I had it figured out: I’m going to be this great pop star, have my songs on the radio, be married, and have babies,” she said. “But things can be taken away from you. A song can not be played on the radio. An album can not work.”