After trying her hand at reality television and designing accessories, Jessica Simpson is finally ready to get back in the music game. She tweeted recently, “What kind of music would y’all want from me on my next album? Thinking about going back to the studio.” Because that’s normally a good way to find direction—ask your fans for it rather than follow your own instincts. But what the heck. If Jess wants ideas for her album, let’s give them to her after the jump.
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My love for Ryan Gosling may occasionally take me to inane places — please see yesterday’s “sockless” slideshow — but at least I’ve never been so obsessed that I’ve written a book about our fictional love affair. The same cannot be said for Marce William Burchell, an obsessed Jessica Simpson fan penned the book above about their (fake) relationship, which he is currently selling on Amazon for $30. That’s basically a $1 for every word in just the title: The True Story of Jessica Ann Simpson’s 22 month long attempt to seduce a married man- her very Active Super Secret Sex life: True Story Jessica Simpson Seduction of A Married Man (Volume 1). Apparently, however, not a lot could have happened in that 22 months, as the book itself is only 30 pages. The Frisky staff is currently debating whether or not to purchase this pricey piece of fan-fiction; to put money in the pocket of a crazy person or not? I think I may try and score a freebie first. [Amazon via Crushable] Keep reading »
The most expensive birthday gift I ever received from a significant other was a pair of Christian Louboutin pumps that pinched my feet. I never wear them, as I have yet to get the necessary foot-binding procedure. Jessica Simpson won’t have that problem with her pricey b-day gift from fiance Eric Johnson — a highly-coveted Hermes Birkin bag estimated to cost $15,000. I just hope she’s not wearing lipstick during that makeout sesh. Makeup stains greatly depreciate the value of luxury handbags. [Twitter] Keep reading »