On Sunday, tongues started waggin' about a rekindled romance between Ruby Rose and The Veronicas' Jess Origliasso after the twosome were looking pretty cozy in an Instagram pic (above). Related: Ruby Asked Margot Robbie For A Strand Of Her Hair! A really long time and it was just honestly the craziest thing. Small, the Australian songwriter explained how she and Ruby fell back in love while shooting for her band's music video for "We have been friends for eight years.
different personalities and tastes, twin sisters Jessica Origliasso and Lisa Origliasso have a ton in common.
Of course, they make up the amazing group, The Veronicas, but when it comes to dating, do they have the same taste?
Regarding how they chose their name, Jess Origliasso stated: "The name is something we thought about for a short time and we wanted it to be a girl's name, but we didn't want it to be 'the Jesses.' We were very conscious of not wanting to make it a twin thing, because we don't think that's really cool." "We didn't want it to be called 'the Lisas,' either," singer Lisa Origliasso added.
"So one day we saw the movie Heathers, and there's a line where Christian Slater asks, 'Are you a Heather?
“As soon as they spend ten minutes with us, they can define the difference, and realize who they have more in common with and who they’re more attracted to.” Click to download the Hollywood Life podcast on i Tunes for free.
They definitely agreed that “attraction is a pretty instantaneous thing. It’s an energetic pull.” While the girls have never switched around on their boyfriends, they have done it on the phone!To further develop their song writing skills, Bell connected them with several internationally acclaimed songwriters and producers including Clif Magness (who has written with Avril Lavigne), Billy Steinberg (Madonna, Cyndi Lauper), Max Martin (Britney Spears, Katy Perry, P! Seymour Stein and senior executives recognised that Bell had indeed discovered and developed a musical talent, signing them quickly to a recording contract with Warner Bros.nk), Eric Nova, Dead Mono and Vince De Giorgio, where they created a catalogue of over 50 songs. Records/Sire America, for a reported sum of 2 million dollars.which peaked at number two on the Australian Album Chart and was certified 4× platinum by Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) for selling over 280,000 copies.The album spawned five singles, led by "4ever", three of which were top ten singles in Australia.Preventing unauthorized use of the name will protect both the characters and customers who have paid for licensing rights[...]" The issue (Veronica #167, released on 1 March 2006) featured the Veronicas in the feature story, What's In A Name?