Jessica Simpson finally was able to get her sportsman boyfriend to sing with her on stage in front a crowd at Hollywood's Key Club.
A duet between Jessica Simpson and Tony Romo may have been denied, but the denial was valid for a studio recording only. The pair who have been dating for sometime, took the microphones in Hollywood, on Monday (January 28) and thrilled the audience with an impromptu rocking duet.
Simpson and the American football star pleased the crowd at tribute group Metal Skool's weekly showcase at Key Club when they sang Journey's '80s song 'Don't Stop Believin'', backed by the home band. Simpson reportedly took the stage first before Romo's name were chanted by the people to join her on stage.
Metal Skool's gigs have in several years showcased impromptu performances by stars like Pink, Kelly Clarkson and Lisa Marie Presley.
Earlier this month, Simpson was rumored asking Romo to join her in the studio for her new country album which will be released later this year. However a rep of Simpson clarified the issue saying, "There are no plans for them to do this."
Tony Romo Joining Jessica Simpson at Key Club: