“My mom liked to have us travel in first class with her,” said Evan, sporting his trademark bleached hair that’s shaved close to his head.“She’s like, I work for my money and I want my kids to live a certain kind of way.
My father had an amazing legacy and so does my mother. “I think she’s going to be hyper a little bit,” he answered with a laugh.
“Hopefully, she wants to entertain because I would love her to be dancing around and do whatever she wants to do, entertain, have fun and just be free-spirited.” (E-mail the columnist at [email protected]
The only things that matter are your family and love.’ “And the material things—she’s like, ‘What am I going to do with all of that stuff? “Both my parents did (teach us values),” Evan stressed. Evan gave an update on some of his siblings: “Leona is in New York with her beautiful children whom I see all the time. We have a song that is unbelievable called ‘Permission to Love.’ Obviously, my stepson Bronx and his father (Pete Wentz, Ashlee’s ex-husband) are also into music so it’s a house full of music.
“My mom always made sure that we knew that none of this stuff was just handed to us. Every time I go to her house, she’s cooking something. She was like, ‘Stop telling people I might sing.’ I was like, ‘I am saying it’s possible you will, but I am not telling anyone.’ She was like, ‘I am marrying you guys but that’s it.’ And she was amazing at marrying us. She also put on the whole wedding—she and Ashlee’s mom, Tina. Bronx sings all the time, too.” Evan, who’s working on his debut album, had trepidations at first about singing in front of his legendary mom.
“He liked to be in coach and he was like, ‘I don’t see the point of it.’” “They were so different,” Evan added about his parents who were married in 1985 and divorced in 1999 (Arne died in a mountain climbing accident in South Africa in 2004).
“We would travel to Switzerland and stay at my dad’s house.
You don’t have to worry about it getting weird after they profess their love for you! You can go a day without makeup and no one makes a big deal about it.
You can cross the street without getting catcalled. You don’t have to worry about “losing your looks.” You can’t lose what you never had! You’ll never be scammed into joining a modeling agency. My parents paid 00 so that she could have an agent. You get to avoid those awkward rejection conversations all together.
People don’t try to be your friend just because of your looks.