Simpson still in love with Romo

Jessica Simpson has blasted rumours she has split up with boyfriend Tony Romo, insisting they are still very much in love.

The pop star is baffled by recent claims their seven-month relationship is over - but admits wedding rumours are still a little premature.

She says of the American football star: "We have been together for seven months now. I don't know about wedding bells, but I still love him and I'm still with him."

Simpson reveals she will be back in the stands when Romo's team the Dallas Cowboys kick off the American football season in September - despite a hostile reception from his fans, who claimed she jinxed his performances last time around.

She adds: "When the season comes around, I'm definitely going to be at the games."

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