The veronicas dating
Australia’s Herald Sun: Were you aware of the conspiracy theory that linked photos of you kissing Ruby Rose surfacing at the same time as “Take Me On the Floor,” where you sing ‘‘I wanna kiss a girl” was released?
Jess: That was the most ridiculously degrading thing to say.
Enthusiastically worked on the materials for their first effort, these two talented girls finally launched their debut, "The Secret Life of...", on October 17, 2005 in Australia as The Veronicas, taking the name from Archie Comics' character, Veronica Lodge.
The album instantly rose to the fifth rank in the country and gloriously was certified double Platinum while its singles, like "4ever" and "Everything I'm Not" satisfyingly became the number one hits on Australian TRL.
Helped by their hometown's music company, Excalibur, the twins wonderfully made their way to secure a record deal with a Sydney-based label called Engine Room which then funded them to compile an excellent catalog containing more than 50 demo songs.
Sensing that they had potentiality to compete in the major overseas market, the company thus brought the duo to U.
However, the success, which unmistakably catapulted The Veronicas to widespread popularity, was slightly marred when Archie Comics filed a lawsuit for trademark infringement over the band's name.
Fortunately, all ended well after both sides reached their settlement and even had worked together for a cross-promotion deal.
“She reminds me exactly how much the last time definitely happened. It’s just a crazy thing I think when you care about someone for so long and then you have the chance to be able to reconnect,” she added.
It made sense to be able to come out on that level because we want to be there in each other’s lives on a public level.
While her rumored ex-girlfriend Ruby Rose was reportedly kissing singer Vanessa Amorosi after the ARIAS a few nights ago, Jess Origliasso of The Veronicas was also home in Australia, attending a Pink concert.
If a celebrity doesn’t come out and make a statement about their sexuality they’re a ‘‘fake lesbian.” What happened to privacy?
People say we set up shots — we have people stalking us with cameras all the time. I’m not going to be tricked into feeling like I have to make a statement about something because everyone wants confirmation. If they want to call me a fake lesbian and degrade my sexuality and my choices, go ahead, I’ll just ignore it.
Born on December 25, 1984 to Colleen and Joseph Origliasso, both of them were raised in the suburb of Albany Creek and had already experienced the taste of show business by the time they turned five.