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With her sister serving as co-creative director, the 'Irresistible' singer is expanding her fashion empire to the tween market by producing a line that includes shoes, sportswear and jeans.
The 'Come on Over' singer hides her shorts under a big green sweater when walking to the set of a photo shoot in Beverly Hills, California last Saturday, May 7.
Simpson revealed that she and Johnson might elope when the right time to exchange vows comes and said she is in no rush to walk down the aisle.
'I absolutely could not do this without my mum. I appointed her as creative director and we definitely do it together,' the singer admits.
Since the judges will have to 'work with contestants on music, dancers, styling', the producers are not rushing the decision to make Jessica an official judge.
Presented with the top honor, the young actress feels 'amazing', saying 'Fashion is something that I love.'
During his speech at the February 14 ceremony, the '30 Rock' star credited Megan Mullally for helping him to fall in love with TV.
Having issue with years of substance abuse, El Debarge is going to take time out to seek help in the rehabilitation center.
Going through the hard time due to the separation, Ashlee Simpson reportedly stays with her sister and spends time with 'a lot of family dinners and lots of praying.'
Simpson has collaborated with U.S. Wedding outfitters David's Bridal to launch a collection of prom dresses inspired by her red carpet fashions.
In a Twitter post, the singer who was reportedly touted to be the judge said that she has no clue where the rumor came from.
The new owner who bought rights to the DVD from exercise company Speedfit challenges Jessica Simpson to stop him from making it public.
The success of Jessica Simpson's clothing and beauty ventures which are branching out to a new sportswear range is reportedly due to her fan-friendly image.
Laughing off the pregnancy rumor, Jessica Simpson downed margaritas and tequila shots after performing at Christmas in Rockefeller Center.
New Yorkers gathered around a giant tree that came from the backyard of a September 11 first responder and would stay lit until early January.