Price of Beauty
Jessica, Jessica, Jessica…
I think you mean well. You seem like a very nice, kind-hearted girl.
What I need to know is – why were you on David Letterman last week, embarrassing yourself in front of the world again?
Not only did you say you still admire the “cute butt” of ex-boyfriend Tony Romo who carelessly dumped you - but then you discussed intimate comments made about you in a recent interview given by another self-absorbed ex!
I know your intent was to promote your new show, The Price of Beauty, but have some self-respect! Let sleeping dogs lie — especially that dog-of-an-ex, the one formerly known as a talented musician.
Ken & CaCee pray she doesn’t date a loser.
Along with your loss of self-respect, you seem to have misplaced any sense of style you had. (I’m still haunted by the Mom jeans incident).
This is sad, because I know you have a head for fashion, as evidenced by your successful self-titled fashion line, Jessica Simpson.
Jess, you’ve got a lot going for you, yet you sabotage your confidence and happiness at every turn. You’ve let yourself be defined by the paparazzi for your poor romantic choices, not your savvy business decisions.
Sadly, as a society, I know we’ve moved far, far beyond proper etiquette and what is considered decent to discuss in public.
Is it too much to ask that we all – celebrities included – act like ladies and gentleman? I’m afraid so. That is a bête noire I’ll save for another post.
However, once a man - or more accurately, a boy – blatantly disrespects you in the press – don’t you think it’s time to not dignify such things with a response?
In this case, perhaps the price of beauty is silence. It’s golden.