Jessica Simpson Predicts Her Breakup In Glamour Interview

She should have knocked on wood. Jessica Simpson is on the cover of the September issue of Glamour, looking happy and chic. But, natch, the interview and photo shoot happened before Tony Romo told her that he didn’t want to be her Ken doll. So it’s interesting that, in the story, Jessica makes an odd psychic prediction about her life sans Romo:

“If this article comes out and we’re not together, I’d still love him, and he’d still be a huge part of who I am today.”

Check out her other musings, after the jump. [Glamour]On creating her line, the Jessica Simpson Collection:

“It’s an incredible experience, creatively. I love to work with my mom; we’re very hands-on. I get my inspiration from books, pictures, art. The newest line we’re doing is luggage. We’re doing toiletry bags, carry-ons—anything you can think of.”

On designing for different body types:

“Whenever we have models come in, we use normal everyday women. The bathing suit models have to really have boobs. I’m excited about the intimates we make. We make girls with bigger busts feel sexy under their clothes.”

On her upcoming TV show, “The Price of Beauty“:

“I fell in love with the idea when it was presented to me. It’s not fair that women look in the mirror and feel disgust because of what society has made them believe. I’ve been through it myself and understand the pressures. We’re all facing the same struggles together, whether you’re a celebrity or not. In the end, women need to fall in love with themselves and realize they’re beautifully and wonderfully made.”

On her own insecurities:

“When I was young, I would look at magazines and feel a lot of pressure. I was always disconnected from myself; there was this idea of perfection I couldn’t ever get to.”

On the recent tabloid frenzy about her weight:

“It’s amazing to me how much thought is put into a woman’s figure on tabloid covers.”

[Editor’s note: And this was before OK! faked a cover about her amazing post-breakup weight loss.]

On divorce:

“It was like a death in the family…all of a sudden you have to find life by yourself. Once you do that, you feel complete—and that’s the only time you can truly fall in love again and give yourself completely to another person.”

On talking about her personal life:

“I’m just a really open person…but if I were to say I wasn’t a little bit jaded, that would be a lie. I am definitely on guard.”

On what she is most proud of professionally:

“I would say this last record [Do You Know]. I figured life out through writing; it was a very honest album for me.”

On what’s next:

“Running the Jessica Simpson Collection: after my music, that is my passion. I’m never going to be a woman who doesn’t work. But I’m just enjoying life right now. I’m enjoying being normal.”