Jessica Simpson started having sex three weeks after her C-section

You knew it was coming. I knew it was coming. All of us knew that it was going to get really gross. Jessica Simpson’s TMI-extravaganza began while she was still pregnant – the straw that broke the camel’s back for me was when Jessica started talking about her excess amniotic fluid, and how when her water broke is was going to be like a Biblical flood. I was actually okay with Jessica’s TMI about pregnant sex – although her TMI about postpartum sex might be… unappetizing to some people. Yes, for Jessica’s People Magazine cover – which includes baby Maxwell’s first public photos – Jessica gave an extensive interview about diet, exercise, her Weight Watchers endorsement and… SEX.

Jessica Simpson has revealed she is ignoring her doctor’s advice to abstain from sex following the birth of her first child. The 31-year-old, who welcomed daughter Maxwell on May 1 via C-section, insists she just can’t resist her fiancé Eric Johnson in the bedroom.

‘I’ve kind of broken one rule,’ she told People magazine when asked about her activity and exercise just three weeks on. ‘I think I have the sexiest man in the world. So that’s the rule I break.’

Doctors generally warn new mothers not to have sex for a full six weeks after having a child. With a C-section, the incision must heal and the postpartum bleeding must stop – or else there is a risk infection and reopening of the wound.

[Via The Mail]

What are the chances that Jessica ends up getting pregnant right away, like Tori Spelling did when she and Dean began having sex just weeks after she gave birth to her third child? I don’t even know. I imagine that having sex just a few weeks after a C-section is… simply NOT HEALTHY.

Do you even have the stomach to hear more from Jessica? Here are some more highlights from Jessica’s People Mag interview, plus some other stuff:

*Jessica on getting back into shape: “I think anybody who’s gone through a pregnancy, after they have the baby, it’s like, ‘I need to do something about this,’ ” she tells PEOPLE, in its latest cover story. “For me, I really want to do something that is a lifestyle, because in the past, I’ve been known to yo-yo diet.”

*Now she claims she was eating healthy during her pregnancy: “I was like, ‘I’m going to enjoy my pregnancy,’ and I did… I ate very healthy, but I did indulge some of my cravings – and that’s okay because I know I can work it off now.”

*She doesn’t have a goal weight: “There’s not a goal weight – I just want to feel normal and fixate on inches,” she says. “I really want to set small goals, so I’m constantly reaching goals and not looking at something so far ahead.”

*A source says she’s eating healthy while breastfeeding too: “She’s breast-feeding Max and wants her to get the best nutrition,” a source tells the new issue of Us Weekly (out Friday) of the singer, whose pregnancy snacks included Pop-Tarts and Kraft mac ‘n’ cheese. “She has to cut down on fast food. Besides, it’s a great way to jump-start the massive diet ahead.”

[Via Us Weekly & People Magazine]

Do you believe Jessica when she claims “I ate very healthy, but I did indulge some of my cravings”? I don’t. I think she ate whatever she wanted, which involved McDonalds, ribs, cupcakes, brownies, etc. I know some of you judge her harshly for that, but I can’t because… I’ve never been pregnant, and if I was growing a baby, I would probably eat whatever I wanted too. I don’t judge her for her (lack of) diet. I judge her for lying about it.

Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet, People.

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  1. Jessica says:

    Well bless her heart. At least she is honest.. lol

  2. Jennifer says:

    She has to be lying about the sex. The combination of breast feeding, bloody vaginal discharge, no sleep and incision pain would keep anyone from having voluntary intercourse.

  3. really says:

    I feel fine judging her if she had shitty eating habits while pregnant. It’s fair to criticize parents who don’t provide proper nutrition for their children – in or out of the womb.
    (especially ones with so many resources)

    • kazoo says:

      I agree! The nonchalance many people have about nutrition is why the US population is so overweight and unhealthy.

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      Pregnancy is difficult and does crazy things to your food consumption and desire, but don’t try to tell me that previously unhealthy and stupid behaviour is transformed into something noble and worthy of beatification because you’re having a baby. That’s incorrect and stupid and you don’t need to be anyone’s mother to be able to recognize that. And you can scold the person who isn’t freebasing seasoning salt while with child, but I’m not going to be the one upon whom the wages of such flagrant indulgence will fall. You think the doctor will tell you something to the contrary, or do you think that this kind of ‘finally, let’s rock this colon’ would be sanctioned and applauded by a health care professional?

      Thinking of moderation doesn’t make me mean, doesn’t make me jealous and bitter, doesn’t make me unnaturally judgemental, doesn’t mean I’m Public Enemy No.1 because I decided not to put my brain on the floor so you don’t get mad because I questioned some of the decision-making process of your ‘favourite’, doesn’t mean I have to fall for people’s justifications, doesn’t mean I’m required by law to shut up because I’m not famous–for Pete’s sake, it makes me smart.

  4. Tifygodess24 says:

    Theres a reason why Doctors tell women no sex for 6 weeks after a baby , everything is healing ( not just talking about her csection area ) and you put yourself at risk for an infection. Thats why women are not allowed to use tampons etc after the birth of a baby csection or not. ( nothing like a little vagina talk before breakfast haha ) I understand her wanting to have sex with her man but she’s not that bright and he’s really not that sexy. Lol. I can’t wait to see if she loses the weight and how she does.

    • Marjalane says:

      Tell me again why she needs to share like this? Is it maybe to convince herself that her ugly Kfed Baby Daddy is marriage worthy? shudder.

      She must have a boatload of help with her baby, because sex was the last thing I wanted after having a baby- you are exhausted! Hormones don’t come back on the positive side for several months anyway.

      • MST says:

        I agree, its sooooo tacky to say things like this. Next she’s going to share her post-partum bowel habits.

        Some people have no boundaries. I’ve been on public transporation and people have told me about their drug addictions, failed relationships, etc. I was working with a woman on a two day temp job once and in the space of those 48 hours she told me about her abortion(s), her drug use, and her lesbian affair. I guess I have that kind of face that makes strangers want to talk to me :-(

      • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

        I do, too. And man, some people (God bless them) are meeeeeesssseeeddd up! I do have a face to which babies seem to be naturally drawn, so that’s kind of nice, even if the babies are ugly–ha, ha.

      • the original bellaluna says:

        To MST & Jo ‘Mama’: in honour of True Blood’s eminent return, this is for you!

        “I don’t know what it is about me that makes people think I want to hear their problems. Maybe I smile too much. Maybe I wear too much pink. But please remember I can rip your throat out if I need to. And also know that I am not a hooker. That was a long, long time ago.” (Pam, to LaFayette; my absolute all-time favourite TB quote!)

      • holly hobby says:

        It’s comments like these and the sexual napalm thing makes me doubt that she was ever religious. I find it hysterical that her dad used to be a “preacher” and she was raised in a spiritual environment. Not too spiritual to me!

    • Madchen says:

      she’s not that bright and he’s really not that sexy

      hahahahaha, so true

    • Princess Lizabeth says:

      Not the brightest star in the sky, is she?

      Yes, there are reasons for not having sex after a c-section. But, since she has dumb luck in abundance, I am sure Jessica won’t have any of the bad consequences. And, she’ll probably be pregnant again in three weeks.


  5. Lem says:

    Chicken fried steak is healthy when you’re an idiot . So is salad drowned in bacon fat or butter poached salmon or beer battered fish. All sorts of morons say they’re eating healthy. One persons healthy is another person’s disgusting. It’s all in how you perceive what you are eating compared to what you’re used to, even it comes to saying ‘eating healthy’

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      I loooove that first sentence, I’m keeping it. It complements my feeling of ‘pregnancy doesn’t cure stupid’ very well.

      I’ve never had chicken-fried steak though, I think I need to do some travelling. What does it taste like? Is it good?

      • the original bellaluna says:

        Depends on where you’re going, Jo ‘Mama.’ I’d recommend my Mom’s kitchen; my ex MIL’s kitchen; or somewhere in the Deep South.

        It can vary from a cube steak (a piece of otherwise inedible meat, mercilessly tenderised by the butcher) to a half-decent (maybe even decent) cut, tenderised by the butcher or the person preparing it. It’s generally coated in a buttermilk or egg wash, dipped in the coating, and either deep- or pan-fried and served with gravy.

        They can be either very, very good or very, very bad. (Hubs both loves it and prepares it, and has made it his mission lately to find the best chicken-fried steak. Suffice to say he’s found the worst, and 2 he likes.)

      • Umlaut says:

        No. And I’m a Southerner.

        It’s cheap beef, battered and fried like chicken, and typically served with gravy. I could eat fried chicken all day long (I don’t, though…sigh), but chicken-fried steak is just gross. Way too much fat.

      • umlaut says:

        Sorry — I commented before I hit “refresh” and saw that you’d covered the unappealingness that is chicken-fried steak :-)

      • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

        Hm, very interesting. Thanks for the information. From the comments I’ve received it seems to me to be something that under the right circumstances could produce an epiphany, or as some adulterating additive required to make rotten meat more pallatable.

        Something that I’ve wanted to try for a long time is fried turkey. People rave about how moist and flavourful it is, but living in Canada doesn’t exactly lend itself to cooking something out of doors in the middle of October. I also have a tendency to just drop things, and I don’t need the guilt of having combusted a whole city block for my tomfoolery and culinary hubris. I remember seeing Alton Brown fry a turkey on Good Eats some years ago and thinking,’ Me Wantee’ but if I want to hold on to my special position of being the only who can prevent forest fires (well, that and water), I have more pressing matters than obtaining fire insurance for a garbage pail.

        We don’t really eat sweet potato pie here, so my question is this: In relation to pumpkin, where does the sweet potato pie rank?

      • normades says:

        “Chicken fried steak is healthy when you’re an idiot.”

        “It complements my feeling of ‘pregnancy doesn’t cure stupid’ very well.”

        lol, there are some gems on this thread :-)

      • Umlaut says:

        I can’t say I’ve noted a lot of difference between sweet potato pie and pumpkin pie — once you take an orange veggie, add enough spices and sugar, and bake it in a buttery crust, it all kind of tastes the same. But I will admit a weakness for that sugary sweet-potatoes-and-marshmallow-confection that appears at Thanksgiving.

        Here in North Carolina, fried turkey is a big deal. People have specially bought, massive friers just for turkeys. And if you use peanut oil (as you’re supposed to), it becomes particularly delicious (and expensive!) to fry up a turkey.

        I grew up in Canada and had to get reacquainted with Southern cooking when my family moved back South. There are some culinary gems around here. Okra, squash casserole, black-eyed peas, barbecue, grits…there are usually healthy ways to prepare soul food, but once in a while, only granma’s recipe will suffice.

  6. kate says:

    I would lurrvvve to see the un-photoshopped picture of the cover. He face looks especially freaky.

  7. marie says:

    File this under things I never need to know. And eating a piece of celery every once in a while does not equal healthy eating Jessica..

  8. The.princess.leia says:

    In related news, I just regurgitated my breakfast. TMI, Jessica, TMMFI!

  9. LMS says:

    Having had two c-sections, I can’t imagine how sex at three weeks would be at all enjoyable.

  10. Eve says:

    You knew it was coming. I knew it was coming. All of us knew that it was going to get really gross.

    Yeah…but you know that little, stupid hope that maybe it wouldn’t happen? Or at least that it would take a little longer before she started oversharing? I had it.

  11. Jen34 says:

    I can’t understand how anyone would want to have sex following the birth of a baby. It was a relief to me to have that 6 week rule.

    Now the No Driving for 3 Weeks rule following a C-section was a total inconvenience . That rule I broke.

  12. fabgrrl says:

    You know, there ARE ways to make love without vaginal intercourse. It’s great that she still finds her man sexy, given the lack of sleep, pain, tenderness, and weird hormonal things women go through right after giving birth. But surely they can be a little creative until her body recovers?

  13. Erica says:

    I’m 1 week post-Csection and I crave sex like crazy. I feel great, almost no pain, so it would be doable and enjoyable, but of course I won’t do it until 6 weeks. I would not risk getting an infection.

  14. Samigirl says:

    I can’t imagine that it felt good! I had friends who were still in pain 2 mos after their ceseareans!

  15. daz says:

    can not unread. CAN NOT UNREAD. CAN NOT UNREAD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Ramona Q says:

      Yes, daz, yes.

      Keep intimate details private, please, what is the problem with people?!

      Ya know, with so much public knowledge and judgment about everyone’s sex lives, everywhere you look, it’s no wonder GLBT sexual activities are deemed so abhorrent by so many as to ban these people from legal marriage. The argument that what happens behind the bedroom door is not yours to judge is hard to understand or accept when, as a society, we do it to everyone, all the time. And it’s because so many air their sex lives to everyone. (I’m pro-marriage-for-everyone, BTW.) It’s just all backwards and jacked.

  16. DanaG says:

    If Jessica is lying about the eating chances are she is lying about the sex too. I have had two c-sections and sex was the last thing on my mind. I loved the six weeks grace even after that it was awhile before hubby could get near me. Between breastfeeding and no sleep there was no way was that happening. But then I don’t have a nanny and housekeeper like Jessica does. The girl who once said tuna was chicken of the sea may be just as confused about what sex is.

  17. Jackie says:

    she makes millions off her TMI schtick. i believe half of it.

  18. LDL says:

    She is lying about the sex. Granted, if she had a c-section she wouldn’t be completely torn up in that area. But that statement was probably calculated to make her seem like super mom, “I’m breast feeding, losing all the weight, in love with my baby and able to please my man!”. She is selling herself so we will buy the inevitable baby products she will be pushing in the future. Don’t believe the hype!

  19. Quinn says:

    Well, I’m more interested in hearing how in the world her shoulder become deformed during her pregnancy…:)

  20. xxoo says:

    She’s even worse than alba. Oh lord..

  21. Leticia says:

    I used to like her. Now I find her ignorant and repulsive.

  22. RN says:

    She has no control over any of her appetites so I believe her. I think she lacks self-discipline because she’s been directed by others for so long. She even needs a corporation to tell her what and how to eat now. It’s a shame that the one time she broke free of the constraints was precisely the time she needed some discipline – when she was growing another human being inside of her.

    • Elise says:

      Perfectly stated. I agree. She doesn’t seem very grown up, despite her financial success. I think the parental control, being spoiled, and lack of education are apparent here. I remember watching Newlyweds while in college and being totally appalled by her behavior. She seems like a sweet, underdeveloped idiot who got VERY lucky – by that I mean having smart people running her businesses. Knowing what I know of where EJ’s family comes from, and his background, I can imagine her shtick must get old, fast. The TMI is totally off base and not cute!

  23. Brittany says:

    Her face looks really photoshopped on that cover.

  24. blc says:

    Well she’s definitely lying about the eating healthy part. She told us all throughout her pregnancy about her buttered pop tarts and there were tons of pictures of her with the Chilis takeout. Not to mention, I mean we all saw her…..that wasn’t all baby in the weight she gained. It really makes me dislike her that she lies like that. If she wants to be a glutton and eat anything and everything she wants during pregnancy, that is her choice but she should not lie about it.

    • Emily says:

      I ate healthy when I was pregnant, too. And then when I was done eating my fruits, vegetables, grains, etc., I would have a milkshake or order out for dinner. I had no self-control and gained around 70 lbs. just like Jessica. So, I sort of believe her…she was eating healthy (plus a lot of bad stuff).

      • Andie B says:

        I indulged myself while pregnant..I ate healthy foods, but I certainly ate lots of yummy but not so healthy things. I gained 50 pounds. I had no problem with it. My daughter is now 4, and is a slim and healthy child, and I’m 118 pounds. I’m one of these people who thinks pregnant women should eat what they want to eat.

  25. MSat says:

    She got $800K from People for THAT photo? Wow.

  26. Mew says:

    I believe she ate everything she wanted when pregnant and that definitely wasn’t the healthy stuff.

  27. lucy2 says:

    Filing this under things I really didn’t need to know.

    No way she ate healthy through her whole pregnancy, I think she took it as the chance to really indulge.

  28. Heidi Doby says:

    I had a C-section and there is no way I could have had sex after 3 weeks. I could barely get out of bed – she is lying. I was dead tired from sleepless nights and caring for a colicky new born – trust me – sex was the last thing on my mind. But she probably has a couple of baby nannies to care for that baby in the middle of the night

  29. Elisabeth says:

    I heard that she ate poptarts with butter on them when she was pregnant.
    As far as the sex goes…maybe he suck in her heiney

  30. palermo says:

    I don’t think she is all there mentally cause she just tells way too much about everything. Does she think it’s cute to overshare like that? Save it for your sister or girlfriends please.

  31. Kat says:

    Pain and healing aside, three weeks after my baby was born there was no way I had the energy for sex! 10 months later, I’d still rather be catching up on sleep when I get a quiet moment!

  32. Mamacita says:

    Jeebus creebus, people. Relax.

    In Denmark, where I live, the doctors do not tell you not to have sex for 6 weeks. The important thing is to start whenever you feel ready and to use a condom if there is still some bleeding. The bleeding should not be too heavy though.

    I’ve had two C-sections and we definitely started before six weeks. And I DONT have either sitter or help around the house.

    A friend of mine did it only a week after.

    To each her own. Don’t judge.

  33. G says:

    I guess that YSL bag is becoming a status thing?

  34. Minxx says:

    Well.. if she’s to sexed up so soon after the baby (how is that possible is beyond me but never mind me.. ), she doesn’t necessarily have to use this.. hmm.. orifice.. don’t you think? ;) It’s Jess we’re talking about… sexual napalm ;)

  35. Olive says:

    Anyone else think she’s saying this so she can get pregnant again and post pone this weight watchers deal aka take the money and run!

  36. Ginger says:

    The premature birth of my only child via C section was extremely traumatic. We both nearly died. I had complications afterward and my son was in the NICU for 7 weeks before he came home. I certainly did not want to have sex at the 6 week mark. Luckily, my (now ex) husband was very understanding. I think the determination to resume sexual activity depends on the situation and the doctors advice. My first thought when I read the headline to this article was “Do we really need to know that she is having sex again?”

  37. Nikki Girl says:

    There’s a quote I recently heard from an actress (can’t remember who): “Acting is like sex: you should just do it and not talk about it.” Nobody, and I do mean nobody, needs or wants to hear about it. I really feel like she’s constantly trying to prove how great she and Eric are and how in love with him she is, which in my opinion is revealing a lot of insecurity about their relationship.

    Also I don’t believe for a minute she ate healthy during her pregnancy, I think she was essentially a garbage-disposal, and I think she’s going to have a very, very difficult time shedding that weight. You don’t go from eating total garbage to eating healthy in one day, she is clearly used to eating whatever she wants to eat and not exercising, it’s going to be very hard to suddenly change that lifestyle.

    I know a lot of people on here love her, but I can’t stand her, she just comes across as a desperate, co-dependent woman who can’t be without a man, and I can’t respect any woman like this. Not to mention I don’t think it’s cute or funny to publicly act stupid and gross all the time.

    • Elise says:

      Nikki, you agreed w/my comment above and I cosign your comments here! By age 31 most people know how to keep their lips sealed about their sex life and that NO ONE is interested. Yes, she is very insecure and codependent on men and caught up in the idea of the fairy tale. It was so foolish to ditch her marriage. I do wish her well, however.

      Re: garbage disposal-fighting words-as someone who is 8.5 months pregnant I am super sensitive to this and it’s probably why her pregnancy was so fascinating to me. I hesitate to criticize this but she clearly went to extremes here. I have gained 27 lbs (and counting) so far w/some nice indulgences and being more relaxed about eating but am now over the thrill of it. And that feels like a ton of weight on me (I’m also petite) that I can’t wait to take off.

      “Not to mention I don’t think it’s cute or funny to publicly act stupid and gross all the time.” Most adults know this. There is no need for her to do this to continue her successes.

      • drawbackwards says:

        No matter what article I read about this woman, I get the impression that she is truly so closed off to the world that every experience that she has is a PHENOMENON, never-before encountered by anyone else.
        I blame celebrity infatuation (raising hand in guilt), lack of education, and creepy Papa Joe. Just because it’s always fun to blame him.

        As for the sexual disclosures, the poor chicken of the sea didn’t lose her v-card until she was 22. So she’s like, 19, in comparison to some of us early fornicators.

    • bluhare says:

      Before she married Lachey and they got their reality show, she was a D list Britney wannabe singer. Then she gets her reality show and started thinking she’s all that plus the bag of chips. If it wasn’t for that show, she’d be nowhere now. She did a movie or two after and that was it. Nothing else, except license her name to clothing and shoe lines.

    • sauvage says:

      @ Nikki Girl: That quotation came from the great Joanne Woodward.

  38. JessSaysNo says:

    I had a c/s and my husband and I had sex at 3 weeks psotpartum. I stopped bleeding at 3 weeks and felt fine so we did it. Whatever. No big deal but why is she announcing it to the world? It’s supposed to be personal and private. Tack-a-licious.

  39. scarlett says:

    I find her vulgar and lacking self-discipline. It pains me that she will be paid $4 million to do what she should be doing on her own. She was an absolute glutton while she was pregnant and really gained more than what is considered healthy. How anyone can want to emulate this woman is beyond me. I also agree that she appears needy and co-dependent…this is not a role model for forward-thinking women.

  40. HappyJoyJoy says:

    #1 – I don’t find him sexy at all #2 – New borns are not particularly cute, but this one is especially not cute #3 – I don’t think she’s selling us into buying her relationship, I believe she’s telling her self this to believe it. #4 – Good luck with another pregnancy in a body that hasn’t bounced back from the first one to begin with. #5 – Jessica, you’re fucking gross.

  41. MommaK18 says:

    This might be tmi….but I had sex with my husband around 3 weeks after my csection. I was sore…but I was also tired of “the others ways of sex.” Especially after a massive surgery and dealing with sleepless nights and a newborn. I figured lying there…until it was over was easier work then the other options.

    Haha. To each their own!

  42. Aurelia says:

    I lied to my husband after having our son. I told him the industry standard was to wait 4 months to have sex again after a birth.

    Ha ha

  43. Isa says:

    After my csection I had sex before my 3 week appointment. Which really wasn’t a good idea. Besides the obvious reasons why I shouldn’t have done it, it also BURNED. Apparently my hormones were all out of whack. We tried about once a week and magically around 5-6 weeks things evened out. Also, I wasn’t exhausted. I was up every 3 hours, yes, but he always went right back to sleep after. Babies sleep a lot. I swear some days my baby would only be awake for a total of 3 hours!

  44. Lisa says:

    If there’s anything that’ll put a person off of THEIR food, it’s the image of Jessica Simpson having sex.

  45. mommaq says:

    3 weeks after a c section the incision in the tummy looks dramatically different, the appearance of healing is rapid, and things are typically normal in the lady business area. So it wouldn’t appear to be a traumatic mess.
    Appearances aside though, a lady is *not*healed 3 weeks from any delivery, surgical or traditional.

  46. stevie says:

    I’m sorry, but I seriously can’t believe how judgemental and high and mighty you all are. It is very easy to sit behind your computers and just totally knock someone down for something you don’t agree with. Thing is, I’ll bet most people here are not as perfect as you protray yourselves to be. Who cares when she had sex (although I will agree she didn’t need to share that) what she ate, how much she ate, and how much she gained? I am sure you all are just salvating at the thought of judging her for how long it takes to lose the weight. Seriously? What is wrong with people? It’s one thing to gossip but really, quit acting holier than thou cuz I for one thing she seems like a wonderful person who is happy with her baby girl. Let her be. :-)

    • connie says:

      Agreed 100%! I personally don’t feel like what she did was oversharing, she said she finds her man sexy, not going all jada pinkett smith or elaborating on which positions are better followig a healing cessarian (sp?). And per her diet, how does everyone on here know what she ate? She was askd about her cravings and she indulged, that doesnt mean it’s the only thing she was putting in her body! Yes, she was huge. I believe most of it was genetics & probably a little above average indulging, get over it! I’m not even a JS fan, but damn, some of the comments on here are ruthless

  47. the original bellaluna says:

    If someone invents a “STFU Pill”, could they kindly crop-dust it into LA County’s Municipal water supply? (Hit all immediate surrounding counties as well, please, just as a precaution.) And make it skin-absorbent, just in case these idiots only drink bottled water. They have to bathe, right?

  48. ZenB!tch says:

    I don’t need to know how oversexed this woman is.

  49. Leek says:

    She should probably just go ahead and get fat. She seems like she’ll end up obese at some point down the road. Do it now.

  50. Carolyn says:

    I’m so tired of her fake PR crap. What happens to the WW millions if she gets pregnant again quickly before she loses all that hugely excess weight? She won’t be able to have more weight loss surgery and we all know she can’t lose weight sensibly. Has she already been paid? What happens if she doesn’t lose enough weight to be a credible face for the brand? These are the topics I want covered when it comes to her. Millions of women give birth and are mums. There’s nothing special about her experience to warrant such a payday for her.

  51. Anastasia Beaverhausen says:

    I’ve always had the distinct feeling she’s not rocking a triple-digit IQ.

  52. jes_sayin says:

    Btw, the photo of Diane Kruger is obviously stretched vertically… that’s why she looks strangely small/skinny.

  53. t says:

    She’s breast feeding? After her years of unhealthy eating she can’t be producing milk…it’s got to be closer to contents of the grease trap at a KFC.

  54. alex says:

    I admire Jessica for being so free.

  55. Djinn says:

    Interesting that so many people have commented that it’s gross/tacky/unnecessary for Simpson to share so much yet they then launch into details about how long after childbirth they waited to have sex and how they went about it.

    I don’t want mind pictures of Simpsons gory sex nor that of anonymous folks on the Internet.

    Admittedly Im apparently a freak in that I find the entire idea of pregnancy and childbirth repulsive but isn’t it a bit weird to shout TMI before unloading yourself?

  56. Lisa says:

    Let’s examine this a little more closely.

    Washed up never-was gets pregnant, blows up, brags about her piss poor eating. Now she signs a contract to shill bad food and talk about herself in a commercial that will be on 300 times a day.

    The murder of a little boy may be solved, 33 years after the fact. One of the most prolific and influential missing child cases. Happened before she was even born.

    Who gets the big cover story?

  57. Jennifer12 says:

    This is the loser she dumped Nick Lachey for? This is what’s left of her career?

  58. Maritza says:

    I bet she is already pregnant and she doesn’t even know it yet.

  59. Jessica says:

    Dear Jessica: your loser sperm donor paid “boyfriend” is NOT sexy.

    If she marries him, then she really is freakin supid.

    I can’t believe she left Nick for this?

    And it’s very sad and pathetic that this almost 32 year old woman STILL thinks it’s very cute to act stupid and say very revolting things.

    I find Jessica to be a whore, nasty, repulsive and just PURE trash.

  60. RubyTuesday says:

    I don’t mind her talking about this at all since it sparked so much discussion. I’m currently six months pregnant and wondering what it’s going to be like after my cesaerean in August. Lots of interesting information from the commenters here! :-)

  61. LittleDeadGirl says:

    Ew and Ew that’s all I’m going to say.

  62. Dee Cee says:

    Now she’s entering the territory of disgusting..

  63. Aries says:

    Puleeze, she’s never been a sexual person. And the only reason that guy is sticking around is because he has no career to speak of. She’s fake and gross!

    • Jessica says:

      Another reason why he’s sticking around is in hopes they will get married (without a prenup) so when they do get divorced he will get half of her money.

    • Carolyn says:

      He’s hanging around because a) she’s too stupid to kick him to the kerb and b) because she’s rich. Any normal woman with sense would demand he get a job and do something productive with his life. Or insist he leave. It’s appalling that she’s being portrayed as an earth mother and a role model.

  64. leslilly says:

    I hope she gets knocked up.

  65. Love says:

    Oh my god ! I need to know more !
    Did she have an orgasm ? Where did they do it and what was the baby doing while they were getting it on ?
    What did she eat for her post-coital snack ? I mean more deets please !
    Please share every little detail about your life before I go crazy from wondering .

    The image of your bleeding vag getting pounded by Eric while your fat rolls and oozing c section wound struggle against your stupidity is such a glorious image of motherhood .

  66. Hakura says:

    @Love – Oh God, girl, I’m pretty sure you were being sarcastic about what you said, but that was really… really gross.

    Can’t get that last paragraph out of my head. Next time, dial the explicit disgusting back a little, eh? That outdid ANY of Jess’ over-shares.

  67. skuddles says:

    Ugh there are some things you just don’t want or need to know about a “celeb” (and I use that term very loosely where JS is concerned).