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Jessica Simpson has faced her fair share of post-baby body scrutiny since she signed on to be a Weight Watchers spokesperson in 2011. This morning, the now mother of two admitted to Today that those unsolicited remarks hurt—as they would anyone, celebrity or not—and we love her strong response: “It wasn’t really my priority to please the public and make them feel like I’m supposed to be looking like I did when I was 25.” Hear, hear!

When Matt Lauer asked Jessica if she felt added pressure to lose her baby weight quickly because she was formerly a “sex symbol,” she dispelled Lauer’s assumption that sexy must go hand-in-hand with skinny.

“I don’t think that I wasn’t still a sex symbol [with the weight],” she said. “To my husband, I was still extremely sexy.”

Now, thanks in part to the criticism (and yes, probably because she works for Weight Watchers), Jessica feels “empowered to rise above and stand up for all the women out there that do have trouble losing the weight.”

And we think that’s great. All too often, celebrities are applauded for how quickly they’re able to shed their baby weight (thank you, trainers, chefs, and nutritionists), which sets unrealistic expectations for the rest of us. We admire Jessica for keeping it real about the fact that losing weight is a process—and that it’s up to you and no one else to manage that process how you see fit.

Posted by sweethazzardteam on Sep 27, 2014 with 0 Comments

All of us know that loosing it is sort of easy. Keeping it it is the hardest. That is why WW focus not on a strict diet that would make you lose but would be impossible to keep, but on a lifestyle , that you can maintain.

Super proud of Jessica! And well done for partnering with Weight Watchers


Posted by sweethazzardteam on Sep 26, 2014 with 0 Comments

Many were left drooling over the dress Jessica wore at the Today Show.

Sadly it is not from her own line and it’s very expensive.


You may click the image to check the price and shop away.




Posted by Gabriuska on Sep 25, 2014 with 0 Comments


If you were to go back in time and find the teenage version of myself sitting on the couch and getting sucked into a marathon of Newlyweds, you’d probably have a hard time convincing me that Jessica Simpson would one day become a spokesperson for women and body positivity. Back in the day, Jessica played the character of a ditzy babe with an ever-growing collection of Louis Vuitton bags who was most well known for:
a) not knowing what tuna was
b) having sexy legs, and
c) abstaining from sex until her wedding day.
Since then, she’s been dragged through the tabloid mud,gained and lost and gained and lost weight, and turned into a really decent role model. She just did an interview with Today that proved that she’s really come into her own. When asked about the criticism she endured for not losing her pregnancy weight as quickly as the world deemed necessary, Jessica surprised us all by saying that it “empowered me to to rise above and stand up for all the women out there that do have trouble losing the weight.” She went on to share that the harsh comments in the media did hurt her (“I have feelings and hormones,” she said), but that it made her want to become “a champion for women.” Um, hell yeah.
Not only is it sad that our culture is so deeply entrenched in sexism that people who care about gender equality (like myself) are shocked when a woman who played the role of a bimbo has something awesome to say, but it’s total bullshit that Jessica has to deal with the world’s opinions of her body every single second of her life. I’ve never met her, but I’m weirdly proud of her for rising above it all and becoming such a positive voice. I feel like I’ve just watched a flat character develop into the protagonist of the TV show. Keep kicking ass, Jess.

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Jessica arrives at LAX on 09/24/2014


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