Jessica Simpson is the latest cover girl on the June issue of Vanity Fair.
And inside is a rather long article about Simpson chronicling her rise to fame, her relationship with her dad and her careers (as a star on MTV, in pop music and lately country music) and blunders.
Last but not least the article explores her relationship with Tony Romo.
Several fabulous photos of a slim and sleek Simpson looking as glamorous as ever accompany the article.
Rich Cohen's article is an interesting read, and I have to agree with Tommy Mottola who told Cohen "I think she absolutely needs to re-invent herself." But Mottola also warns against "ping-ponging" between music genres because it'll confuse the audience.
What the El!?! Editorial:
I agree with Tommy Mottola, I honestly don't know why she bothers with music or acting anymore. Her albums and movies have been flops.
It seems the only thing Simpson has going right is her fashion line sold at Macy's, Dillard's and Nordstrom. Simpson confesses "The Jessica Simpson Collection is a $400 million business."
So Simpson can just sing when she wants to, act when it's worth it (think Dukes of Hazzard) and just make purses, hats and shoes!
Honestly the article will not change anyone's feelings about Simpson... if you like her you still will, if you don't you still won't.
I think Simpson is a reality show commodity and could potentially be the queen of clothes and accessories… and obviously Tony's Yoko Romo.