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The Fall Out Boy star is so paranoid his life is going to be taken, he won’t
open his front door in case someone is there waiting to kill him.
Pete – who attempted suicide in 2005 - said: “I refuse to answer my front
door because I’m convinced someone is going to murder me.
“I used to think that some day I’d end up murdering a close friend or
relative. Now it’s reversed and I’m convinced it’s going to happen to me.
That’s the way I’m going out, I’m completely sure of it. So I refuse to
answer the front door – it greatly minimizes that risk.”
The bassist also revealed his bipolar disorder – which is a form of manic
depression – is now under control after marrying pop star Ashlee Simpson and
becoming a father to their baby son Bronx.
He told Britain’s Live magazine: “While I’ll always be bipolar, I find it
easier to deal with now. I remember being extremely happy at the age of
four. I went to visit an aunt in Switzerland and remember feeling ecstatic
the entire summer. But now is even better. With marriage and fatherhood,
I’ve finally found two fixed points in my life. They’ve taught me patience.
They’ve also taught me that I don’t need to feel guilty about being happy.
My emotional seasons are less extreme.”
He joked to Blender magazine: "I hunted her down and shot the dart in her. I just had to wait for her to collapse! Basically, I'm married to the person I'd be jerking off to."
This is not the first time Pete has revealed intimate details of his life with Ashlee.
He recently spoke about the first time the couple slept together, revealing: "It was the single best sexual encounter I've ever had. We were in the Soho Grand Hotel, and there was a mirror, and I was like, 'Oh my God, you're banging the girl of your dreams and you're watching it right now.' "
The 24-year-old singer - who married Pete, 29, in May - gave birth to 7lb 11oz son Bronx Mowgli late last night at Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, a representative for the couple has confirmed.
The spokesperson said: "Ashlee, Pete and baby Bronx are all healthy and happy, and thank everyone for their well wishes."
The baby was 20-and-a-half-inches long at birth.
Fall Out Boy rocker Pete recently revealed he had been getting parenting advice from Joel Madden, who has a nine-month-old daughter Harlow with his partner Nicole Richie.
He said: "Joel gives me advice. It has been really awesome for me to go to another person my age."
Earlier this week, Ashlee's older sister Jessica said the 'Little Miss Obsessive' singer was trying everything to induce labor.
Jessica explained: "Ashlee has been trying different foot massages and stuff. I don't know. I think she's really just jumping around trying everything right now."
Thursday, August 28, 2008
My size 0 jeans...by Ashlee Simpson-Wentz
Today I read on a blog that I went to the doctor and he said I was overweight and I cried and went to Planet Blue (because I was blue) and bought 6 pair of size 0 jeans. Now it is ridiculous to read such nonsense about oneself so I thought I would address this one...
1. My doctor says I am right on target with my weight gain
2. Have not been to Planet Blue in at least two years
3. Love my maternity jeans ..they have stretchy tops it is awesome!
4. My closet full of size 0’s are being worn by Pete right now and he looks hot in them
So now that I have cleared that up let me tell you...carrying a child is the most inspiring, emotional, amazing experience of my life. My weight and my pant size are the absolute last thing I am concerned about. I am only concerned with having a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. People who talk and judge pregnant women's weight need to get a life!!!
Peace and Love,
The couple – who are expecting their first child together later this year – were said to be thrilled when they found out they were expecting a daughter due on October 31.
A source told America’s Star magazine: “Ashlee and Pete are on cloud nine. The doctor told them they actually conceived the baby just before Valentine’s Day (02/14/08) while they were on vacation and has given them an initial due date of October 31.”
Fall Out Boy rocker Pete – who loves the spooky holiday - is reportedly especially pleased he will welcome his new baby into the world on the scary day.
The source added: “When Pete heard he might have his baby on Halloween, he went nuts. For a rocker type like Pete, that would be just too perfect!”
It was recently reported Ashlee, 23, has embarked on a strict exercise regime to avoid gaining too much weight during the pregnancy.
A source said: "She's still clinging to the hope that she can limit her total weight gain to no more than 30 to 35lbs. So she is doing low-impact exercises, such as riding the stationary bike and Pilates."
The Fall Out Boy rocker, who is expecting his first child with new wife
Ashlee Simpson, insists he is happily married and only interested in women.
Pete, who has previously referred to himself as "half gay", told Out
magazine: "When I'm going down the street I get called a fag all the time.
I'm still getting called the same names as when I was 13.
"There's a little bit of a gay witch hunt. I don't know if it's to bust
homophobia wide open or get more attention. It's like, 'This person's gay,
this person's gay, this person's gay.'
"When I said that I make out with dudes, there was a slight sense of sexual
rebellion in that. And I probably even made it a bigger deal than it was.
The last time I experimented was probably when I was 22.
"I've always felt this relentless heterosexual drive."
Pete also laughed off rumors Ashlee's father Joe - an ordained Baptist
minister - banned him from visiting the family home last year.
The 29-year-old rocker said: "That rumor was such bulls**t. We laughed
about it. Joe was like, 'We should take a picture in front of the Christmas
tree holding hands.'
"I know I'm going to get a reaction when I say things. I don't get on stage
and give a social diatribe. I am a performer and an entertainer."
Wentz also said he is apprehensive about borrowing from gay culture: He added: "If I was gay and I saw people playing with it, being ambiguous, I don't really know how I would feel. I look back at Elvis and I'm like, 'Was Elvis a dick?'"