Who is lisa origliasso dating
She is also known for her role as Emerald Buxton in the TV show Cybergirl.
She began performing with her twin sister Lisa Origliasso while in grade school.
“We’ve been friends for eight years, a really long time. We just reconnected over doing this video, she wrote and directed it, and is in it with us and we just sort of fell in love,” Jess said.
Jess was asked by Nova FM‘s Smallzy what it is like to get back into a relationship with an ex.
Since rekindling their love last year, they have been virtually inseparable.
And Ruby Rose, 30, took to Instagram on Tuesday to dote over her lady love in a special Valentine's Day tribute post.
She went into lockdown with girlfriend Jessica Origliasso during the deadly terrorist attacks in London on Saturday night.
You can watch Jess open up about the relationship in the video below!"This Is How It Feels" is even more breakneck and impassioned, fueled by anger rather than lust, while "I Can't Stay Away" and "Someone Wake Me Up" echo the anguished Europop melodrama of Secret Life's "Leave Me Alone" and t. T.u.'s "All About Us" (not a coincidence: Billy Steinberg had a hand in all four songs.) And the delicious rock-disco "Revenge Is Sweeter (Than You Ever Were)" practically says it all in its title alone.The girls also lighten up occasionally: "Popular" is a brash, half-rapped send-up of celebrity privilege (take away line: "my name is my credit card") that exposes the twins' Aussie accents to excellent effect, and "This Love" (one of only two songs not credited to the Origliassos) is an utterly charming dance-rock confection that, in its last minute, abruptly unleashes a euphoric synthesizer countermelody whose nod to a-ha's "Take on Me" is unmissable.Regardless of relationship status, The Veronicas have been enjoying their latest achievements in the music world which include opening for 5 Seconds of Summer in America and having their self titled album drop on Friday.
actress stars in the duo’s new music video and they reconnected on the shoot.Based on the vampy, electro-pop title track and its accompanying video -- which features the Origliasso twins dressed in school uniforms (a teen pop tradition dating back at least to Britney Spears' debut almost a decade earlier), clutching each other in the corridors of a drab, Orwellian academy -- it would seem that the Veronicas decided to take a page from the t. That would be only fitting, considering that the sisters helped compose one of t. T.u.'s biggest hits, "All About Us," and it's somewhat accurate insofar as Hook Me Up is a far more electronic, dance-based record than their sterling pop/rock debut. (Note, for instance, that they haven't appeared on either of their album covers -- which is practically unheard of in teen pop -- and they're 22-year-old identical twin sisters.) Their first album revealed Lisa and Jess Origliasso to be exceptionally competent songwriters and striking, if not necessarily nuanced, singers, and despite its generic punk-pop trappings it was one of the most assured teen pop debuts in recent memory, boasting several slices of peerless popcraft including one of the most exciting singles of the 2006, hands down, in "4ever." Simply put, Hook Me Up is an improvement upon its predecessor in almost every regard, consolidating its strengths while making bold and exploratory forward leaps that verge on a wholesale stylistic reinvention.