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(These snafus echoed an earlier incident in which Simpson, during a tribute to Dolly Parton at the Kennedy Center, with President Bush and other heavies in attendance, forgot the words to “9 to 5.”) “When it comes to media criticism, that’s just something I have had to train myself—literally train myself—to ignore,” she said. And there wasn’t one time on this tour when I felt like I butchered it.“Because I’m the one up there onstage, and I can feel the energy of the crowd. I mean, the way people make it sound, I should have never been singing in the first place.”She finished her wine, ordered another.And yet, despite it all, she does radiate a special quality.She brings an unmistakable energy to everything she does, can carry a song, and can even make a commercial worth Ti Vo-ing.44 on *Forbes’*s list of the hundred most powerful celebrities; who has had seven singles hit Top 10 and has gone platinum three times; whose first movie, We met in the Polo Lounge, the restaurant off the lobby of the Beverly Hills Hotel, in Los Angeles.She was wearing a dark, fedora-like hat pulled low. She didn’t want to talk about her weight, so, of course, that’s all I could think of—it gilded each question in my mind: What are you working on now [that you’re fat]?He was a Baptist minister, one of those regular Elmer Gantry types.Some of Jessica’s first memories are of sitting in the pews, listening to Joe Simpson preach. “If I’m going for advice for anything in my life, I go straight to my father because he has the answers.” Jessica was born in 1980 in Abilene, Texas. By the time Jessica was 10, the family had moved at least a half-dozen times, the minister forever in search of a ministry. Jessica began singing on the altar, sunlight beaming through high windows, her first songs dedicated to the only Father that matters.
What brought the 28-year-old pop star, now also the controversial girlfriend of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, to this moment?
She spoke in a laid-back, twangy way about Tony Romo, her parents, her career.
When I asked about her ex-husband and reality-show co-star, Nick Lachey, she said, “I have not spoken to him in years.” When I asked if Tony Romo had watched she said, “A couple episodes.
(She’s done excellent work for Pizza Hut.) She can hold your attention, in other words, make your eyes follow her, which is a classic definition of stardom.
But Jessica Simpson—who just a few years ago was No.