Jessica Simpson wants you to know about her sex life
Jessica Simpson told Ryan Seacrest that pregnancy hasn't changed her sex life with Eric Johnson. Do we care? Well, she'll tell us anyway!
Remember when Jessica Simpson got all upset when her ex-boyfriend, John Mayer, called her "sexual napalm?" She's apparently learned to be more open with her sexuality, because she let it all hang out when she talked to Ryan Seacrest on Tuesday morning.
"I am definitely feeling 'intimate.' I'm kind of unstoppable at the moment!" she told Seacrest. We're going to assume it's the hormones talking.
"Like the big 'O' is like the biggest 'O' ever," she added. Isn't her fiance, Eric Johnson, exhausted? Nope! "[He's] always ready," she said.
The feisty Fashion Star judge isn't only telling us things we don't need to know — she's also dishing on the upcoming birth of her baby girl.
"They said definitely over eight [pounds]," Simpson told Ellen DeGeneres of the baby weight. "There is only one [baby], there is only one girl… But I did get knocked up by a baller… A big football player."
Uh, Jess — are you sure it's not twins? You're about ready to pop at the seams. We figured she was overdue, but she's still got a few weeks. "It's not like tomorrow!" she joked. "Labor is really going to hurt."
The former Mrs. Nick Lachey is only doing all this press to promote the new show — it's easy to forget it with all the baby talk. Simpson was a perfect choice for this show, given her nearly billion-dollar fashion empire.
"At the beginning, I thought everything that I wanted to create was right and that's what everybody should be wearing. But then I realized that I don't wear flats, but they're also my biggest selling shoes in the Jessica Simpson Collection," she told Style Goes Strong in a recent interview. "So, I had to give in and be like, 'OK, 90 percent of America wears flats.' I had to realize it couldn't be about what I would wear."
She's learned a lot in the fashion industry and looked forward to sharing that with the designers.
"You also have to work within your industry. With Fashion Star, I'm teaching the designers to make sure they listen to the buyers and what the buyers want. It's really important to be able to give Macy's the colors they're wanting or the styles that sell the best for them," she added.
Her mind is never far from her belly, though.
"I wasn't pregnant when we shot it," J. Simps added of the show "It will be amazing to see myself with a waistline. I'll be like a big blob sitting on the couch watching myself thin."