Jessica Simpson is gearing up for her music comeback.
The 35-year-old fashionista has not put out a new album since the release of Happy Christmas in 2010, and hasn’t performed in years. But that’s all about to change.
On Tuesday night, Simpson shared yet another photo of herself in the studio. “Maze to create,” she captioned the Instagram image.
This pic comes just a week after Simpson revealed that she was working with rocker Linda Perry.
Fans can also look forward to a live performance by the mother-of-two. On Friday, Aug. 26, Simpson is scheduled to take the stage on the Today show in New York City as part of their summer concert series.
In September 2015, Simpson opened up to the morning program about her music career, revealing that her husband and two kids haven’t known her as a recording artist. “I recorded a Christmas album with him, but he has never really seen me onstage, and do my thing that actually got me here,” she said of husband Eric Johnson. “That’s how I started, and that’s one of my biggest passions in the world. I love to use my voice.”
Jessica Simpson looks absolutely stunning in her latest Instagram post.
She posed in a sexy black low-back one-piece to promote the new line of swimsuits in her Jessica Simpson collection. She captioned the above photo,
“Get your suit on! Never-been-seen footage from my Spring ’16 photoshoot is on the website! www.jessicasimpson.com #sunsoutbunsout”
With buns like that, it’s no surprise that she has managed to build her clothing company into a billion dollar business. Yes, that’s billion with a b.
I heard she’s working on a new album too.
Jessica Simpson is on fire!
Pop star Jessica Simpson is returning to our our summer concert series with a live performance on Rockefeller Plaza.
- Date: Friday, August 26
- Hashtag: #JessicaSimpsonTODAY
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Viewing is on a first-come, first-served basis on the TODAY plaza, located at 48th Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues in New York City.
To get the best spot, fans should try to arrive by 5 a.m. Generally, concerts happen rain or shine.
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