TV Heartbreak? Ashlee Simpson & Evan Ross At Odds Over Show’s Looming Cancellation

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Nov. 28 2018, Updated 5:04 p.m. ET

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When Ashlee Simpson made her triumph return to reality television this fall, she brought her husband Evan Ross along for the ride. However, according a source close to the couple, the Ashlee + Evan series might have done more harm than good.

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The E! show premiered back on September 9 and had a short season that consisted of only 6 episodes.


Cameras followed the young couple as they struggled to find a balance between parenthood, their attempt to finish their debut album, and the struggle to live up to their famous family names.

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In the months leading up to the premiere, the couple enjoyed a jam-packed promo tour, where they expressed excitement at getting to show fans a different side of their relationship. The show was slated to be a success.

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Except it wasn’t the runaway hit they expected. It’s been about 2 months since the last episode aired, and Ashlee + Evan still hasn’t been given the green light for another season.

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An insider exclusively told OK! that the threat of cancellation is now putting a massive strain on the couple’s relationship. “Ashlee assured Evan that the show would be a hit,” the source claimed.


For all the details on Ashlee and Evan’s growing tension, pick up the latest issue of OK! on newsstands now!


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