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Ashlee Simpson said she had to ‘tune out’ the negativity after THAT lip-sync fiasco on SNL – claims clip of second time where she actually sang live has gone MISSING

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Ashlee Simpson was very candid about her appearance on Saturday Night Live in 2004 when her song Pieces of Me was blowing up on the radio.

Ashlee Simpson was very candid about her 2004 appearance on Saturday Night Live when her song Pieces of Me was playing on the radio.

The Ashlee Simpson Show alum, 39, sat down to make her podcast debut on Broad ideas with Rachel Bilson, 42, and her co-host Olivia Allen.

At the 45th minute of the show, Ashlee – who sat front row at the Christian Siriano show during New York Fashion Week – told the story of how she performed her rehearsal the day before the live broadcast without a hitch. , but when I woke up the next day and I didn’t have any voice.

“One of the things I’ve wanted to say is that I’ve never talked about or said this, but learning as a woman, when you say no or as an artist or a human being or whatever, that day I said, ‘I’m not going to go ahead,'” I don’t care. I can’t talk.”‘

She said she was writing it to give to the label executive and they made her perform anyway, prompting Ashlee to say, “My band has never practiced this, this isn’t going to turn out well.”

Ashlee Simpson was very candid about her appearance on Saturday Night Live in 2004 when her song Pieces of Me was blowing up on the radio.

The Ashlee Simpson Show alum, 39, sat down to make her podcast debut on Broad Ideas with Rachel Bilson, 42, and her co-host Olivia Allen.

The Ashlee Simpson Show alum, 39, sat down to make her podcast debut on Broad Ideas with Rachel Bilson, 42, and her co-host Olivia Allen.

That performance became an embarrassing moment for the beautiful redhead, as she was roundly mocked online for her performance.

Ashlee went to the doctor that day and revealed, “She had two nodules bumping into each other” on her vocal cords, which caused her to lose her voice.

But Ashlee learned from that moment to stand up for herself and not take no in a situation like SNL, calling it humility and something she learned and grew from.

The Melrose Place star had her friends Stephanie and Lauren with her on the podcast and revealed that they were in New York City with her at the time of her SNL appearance and that the three of them stayed in the same hotel room.

“As her friends, we couldn’t understand the impact that day would have on her.”

Her friends shared the story of going to a deli the next day, and while the Iraq War was the biggest news of the day, they found many news shows talking about and making fun of Ashlee’s lip-sync performance.

“Having to find the strength at a young age to say I’m good at this and I’m going to keep fighting,” Ashlee said in reflection before finishing the sentence with a thoughtful look on her face as she relived the memories 20 years later.

Ashlee also shared the story of her second appearance on SNL: ‘I’m back on SNL with my second album and I can’t find it anywhere. I’ve searched and searched for that performance.’

“I was very nervous when I was there and I can’t find him anywhere,” she explained.

At the 45th minute of the show, she told the story of how she performed her rehearsal the day before the live broadcast without a problem, but when she woke up the next day she had no voice.

At the 45th minute of the show, she told the story of how she performed her rehearsal the day before the live broadcast without a problem, but when she woke up the next day she had no voice.

Ashlee learned from that moment to stand up for herself and not take no in a situation like the SNL issue, calling it humility and something she learned and grew from.

Ashlee learned from that moment to stand up for herself and not take no in a situation like the SNL issue, calling it humility and something she learned and grew from.

'One of the things that I have wanted to say that I have never talked about or said this is to learn as a woman, when you say no or as an artist or a human being or whatever, that day I said "I won't continue, I don't care. I can not speak"'

“One of the things I’ve wanted to say is that I’ve never talked about or said this, but learning as a woman, when you say no or as an artist or a human being or whatever, that day I said, ‘I’m not going to go ahead,'” “I don’t care. I can’t talk”

She said she was writing it to give to the label executive and they forced her to perform anyway, prompting Ashlee to say:

She said she was writing it to give to the label executive and they made her perform anyway, prompting Ashlee to say, “My band has never practiced this, this isn’t going to turn out well.”

“Having to find the strength at a young age to say I’m good at this and I’m going to keep fighting,” Ashlee said in reflection before finishing the sentence with a thoughtful look on her face as she relived the memories 20 years later.

But in the end, the first SNL debacle and her harrowing second appearance on the show taught her some valuable lessons.

‘It taught me humility, it taught me a lot about myself and my own personal strength.

“I think the most important thing is if you believe in yourself, that taught me at a young age to get up and keep going.”

The hosts and Ashlee’s friends want to start a petition to get Ashlee back on Saturday Night Live.

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