Jessica Simpson, 42, was able to fit into her teenage jacket – which left fans worried about her shrinking figure. The singer also asked her followers if they thought she should change her hairstyle as well
Jessica Simpson wraps herself in her 8th grade cheerleader jacket as she rings in the new year.
The singer, 42, shared a photo of her childhood heirloom, which she paired with an orange beanie hat.
It had her name stitched on the logo on the chest of the jacket and she added the caption: “my 8th grade head cheerleader letter jacket.”
Her younger sister Ashlee Simpson wrote: “Yes go Vikings!” and a laughing-crying emoji.
She added a pair of diamond hoop earrings and kept her makeup natural.
In addition to sharing her fashion hack, she also asked fans if she should keep her blonde hair or go for a different color.
She shared a snap of her playing with color filters and added one of her with pink hair so see what her followers made of it.
However, fans were concerned about the star’s shrinkage, with one revealing it was “scary” that she was fitting into the clothes she wore in season 8.
Another said she was “losing too much weight.”
But some fans said it wasn’t right for people to comment on her body or how she looks.
One person wrote: “I’m 50 and I could wear my 8th grade varsity jacket…they are baggy…now jeans would be a different story but jackets c’mon…”
Throughout her career, Jessica’s weight fluctuated as she embarked on crash diets and grueling exercise regimes.
After the birth of her daughter Birdie Mae, three, she lost over 100 pounds, leaving her with a slim figure.
Jessica reportedly felt a lot of pressure to trim her role as Daisy Duke in the 2005 film The Dukes of Hazzard.
In her memoir, she wrote that the film “created a gold standard Jessica, the ‘before’ for all ‘is she fat or is she thin’ for the rest of my career.”
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In an interview with Extra last year, she shared some advice she got from her co-star Lynda Carter.
Jessica remembered Linda saying, “I’ll always be Wonder Woman and be compared to Wonder Woman, and that’s what you’re doing here as Daisy Duke. Just know that the words ‘Daisy Duke’ mean you for the Rest of your career will follow.” ‘
Jessica is married to her second husband Eric Johnson, a former NFL player, with whom she shares Maxwell, 10, Ace, nine, and Birdie, three.
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