Although the reality show about beauty and cultures has flopped in its premiere, the singer is hopeful that VH1 will allow her to travel to other countries.
Jessica Simpson has a lot of faith in her new TV show that she has high hopes of it getting renewed. To MTV News the singer/actress shared that she wants to travel around the world more so she is crossing fingers for the second season of "The Price of Beauty".
"Right now, I'm promoting this [show], and hopefully we'll be doing a season two and hopefully just travel more," she said, adding that she has other projects in hand beside the reality show. "I'm putting my hands in different things, trying to executive-produce some show ideas. I think people will be very shocked to see what might happen in my life next," she gushed.
"The Price of Beauty" follows Simpson, who was criticized for her weight gain in January 2009, in her journey to find the true meaning of beauty to different cultures. Tagging along her two best friends, Ken Paves and CaCee Cobb, they travel the globe to find out the extraordinary lengths that women will go to in order to achieve beauty.
Premiered by VH1 on March 15, the show actually disappoint in rating. Only 1 million viewers tuned in to watch Jessica and co traveling to Bangkok, Thailand. It is a comparably low number when sided to other VH1 shows such as "Fantasia for Real" which bowed at 2.3 million viewers in February. The next episode will air on March 22 and will see the team in Paris, France.