Jessica Simpson is a Texas born singer and actress who is building upon her success as a country singer. Jessica's little sister Ashlee married Pete Wentz and has a child. Jessica Simpson was dating Dallas QB Tony Romo but that ended recently.
Never content to rest on her laurels, Jessica Simpson is serving up some seriously sexy gym apparel as part of her new The Warm Up collection.
The “Come on Over” songstress stars in the just-released activewear ads for Jessica Simpson Style, and she posted a few images on Instagram with the caption, “Lunge your bunz into @macys and get The Warm Up by @jessicasimpsonstyle #macysexclusive.”
Back in 1983, Christie Brinkley played a flirty sexpot in “National Lampoon’s Vacation,” and she was pleased to see Jessica Simpson revive her character for Halloween this year.
The “With You” songstress dressed up in a belted white men’s dress shirt with high heels and teased-out hair, posing next to her husband Eric Johnson, who looked just like Chevy Chase’s Clark Griswold.
Her business acumen is second to none, but Jessica Simpson may need a refresher when it comes to on-camera charisma.
During her 9pm slot on HSN last night (September 17) the “With You” singer plugged a series of items from her Jessica Simpson 10th Anniversary Collection, though everyone seemed more interested in her slurred speech and way-too-open disposition.
With the massive success of her merchandising kingdom, Jessica Simpson has managed to go five years without a studio album, but that’s all about to change.
The “With You” songstress dropped by the “Today” show on Wednesday (September 9) and told Savannah Guthrie that her home recording studio is nearly done- "That project is almost wrapped up. I maybe have, like, 3 more weeks until it's done and I'm down in my basement recording. I'm sure my kids will completely take over.”
Her ever-expanding brand rakes in $1 billion a year and Jessica Simpson is taking her business model to the next level.
Per an Us Weekly report, the “With You” songstress will open a series of eponymous boutiques “within the next year” in Chicago, New York and Los Angeles before setting up shop in her home state of Texas.