“Jessica Simpson is now a boozy & bruised Jessica Johnson” links

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Jessica Simpson is Jessica Johnson now. What’s with the bruise on her leg? [IDLY]
Maria Menounos loves her butt. [Moe Jackson]
Is anyone watching the Ladies of London? [Reality Tea]
Diane Kruger gets leggy in NYC. [ICYDK]
Illiterate patriots of the world unite. [Gawker]
Kate Moss’s sister is very pretty. She’s too young for this though. [Wonderwall]
Maria Sharapova worries about tan lines. [Celebslam]
Apes are better than Transformers. [PopBytes]
Stop getting plastic surgery to look like Kim Kardashian. [Bitten & Bound]
This is what real romance looks like. [The Frisky]
Who approved of this blatantly racist jewelry? [Bossip]
Matt Lauer has an icy soul. [Seriously OMG WTF]
Beyonce bounces on a trampoline with Blue Ivy. [Life & Style]

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52 Responses to ““Jessica Simpson is now a boozy & bruised Jessica Johnson” links”

  1. Karen says:

    Prob not a bruise. She prob had get legs crossed and it left a red mark.

    They seemto be enjoying their honeymoon.

    • TG says:

      I have been noticing lately what appears to be large bruises on the legs and arms of celebs. Weird.

    • FLORC says:

      It could likely be a bruise. Jessica doesn’t have a great diet and goes to the gym. Bruises happen often, in spots all around you, and you likely never realise you have a bruise until in the shower, mirror, or someone points it out. A bruise does not only happen out of a violent impact.

      Also, in colored photos she clearly has bruises. Just have to find photos from the same day or days near it in color.

  2. Leaflet says:

    It’s been a bit of A JS overload because of the wedding. Tired of seeing her in the media for nothing. The coverage should have stopped immediately after the wedding because all she is really doing is taking swimsuit pics, annoying really. Her parents’ lives are much more interesting. Can we just skip over Jessica and go straight to her parents? Lol.

  3. Tiffany27 says:

    WTF at that jewelry? It’s not “vintage” it’s racist.

  4. Eleonor says:

    Sorry I was waiting for a True Blood link… there isn’t… but I have to say it: how glorious was Eric Northman 90′s style ???

  5. lisa2 says:

    She looks great and I guess she wants to show it off. I don’t blame her; but why can’t people unplug and enjoy the honeymoon and their husband/wife. Why must every moment be put out for everyone to see.

    I’m appreciating more and more the celebs that are not that active in social media. A few TV interviews or magazine interviews is fine.

  6. TheCountess says:

    I don’t think that’s a “bruise” but one of those spots you get when you have your legs crossed one-way for a while.

  7. GeeMoney says:

    Not a big fan of Simpson’s clothing and shoes… but I’m one person who actually likes her music. Weird.

    I don’t see why celebrities don’t keep their star name the name they started out with and just change their married name legally. It gets confusing. I’m still calling Rebecca Romijn – Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, and her and John have been divorced for years!

    • lunchcoma says:

      I will admit to liking her shoes.

      People in her life can call her whatever they want, but there’s no way she’s going to regularly be referred to in the media as Jessica Johnson. There are seven Jessica Johnsons on my Facebook friends list. Imagine how many entertainers go by that name.

    • Moneypenny says:

      I assumed she is still Jessica Simpson for public purposes, but Jessica Johnson in her private life (like Jennifer Aniston was Jennifer Pitt when married). If she loses Simpson, no one knows who she is.

  8. Lexie says:

    She looks great but that is a horrible suit – my god, straight out of the early 90′s with that high cut leg and pattern.

  9. eliza says:

    *raises hand* I AM watching Ladies of London. I watch two reality shows, that one and Little Women of L.A. Not ashamed to admit it either.

  10. RN says:

    It’s both illuminating and saddening to read the comments on Bossip’s article about the Asian racist jewelry. I am left shaking my head once again at the level of ignorance in this world.

    • word says:

      I agree. A lot of those comments were sad and shocking.

      • Frida_K says:

        I agree too. My God, how sad.

        Frankly, I gasped out loud when I saw that jewelry. I’m halfway through a program of study in Chinese medicine and I love my teachers. I have a lot of associations with Chinese people but “yellow” faces and stereotypes are not among them.

        What hateful, ignorant jewelry that is, and how discouraging and saddening some of the responses are.

    • Brittney B says:

      I KNOW, right?! Talk about counterproductive “us vs. them” mentality. I can’t exactly blame or judge members of the most historically and economically underprivileged race for not feeling it necessary to care about others’ subjugation, especially when they’ve only experienced racism from said group themselves.

      …however, there were Japanese internment camps in this country when Jackie Robinson was fighting racism in American sports and Texas was blocking black people from voting (…some things never change I guess). These struggles might not be directly connected, but they’re sure as hell all related (to the repercussions of white privilege and the people who clung to it so desperately). It’s so sad to see this.

  11. Vampi says:

    “Oh long johnson!”… *crickets*… Hasn’t anyone seen that cat on YT or South Park? Funny stuff. *winks in words cuz I can’t do emotes on my dino phone*
    But seriously…the woman is GORGEOUS…without makeup! She looks happy. And I *am* a bit miffed cuz I think the girl has amazing pipes and can REALLY sing! No autotune required!
    Get back to that Jess…I miss ya.

  12. thinkaboutit says:

    Don’t see a bruise, but that’s definitely a liposuction dent on her hip.

  13. Vampi says:

    Jess singing “Sweetest Sin” is amazing! (can’t link on my phone…sorry.)

  14. Alexa says:

    How come nobody’s calling out Jessica on HER duck lips? (I guess I’ll be the first – I don’t like ‘em.)

  15. janie says:

    Jessica looks beautiful! It looks like a bruise, but remember she has 2 little ones that get into and do all kind of things. She was a stunning bride! I wish them the best and she seems genuinely happy and in love.

  16. rlh says:

    Why, why, why, why, why do successful women feel like they have to keep showing their bodies to the world??? Why??? It drives me nuts. She is not doing it on stage or for a photo shoot, which still drives me nuts but I can understand at least. But a woman who has been working for years, has children, a husband, an active social life with family and friends AND a multi-million dollar business that has made her an industry powerhouse and still: “LOOK AT MY BODY!!!!!”
    Ugh.

  17. Tiffany says:

    I think I love Bob Phillips. I am also a bit jealous of Gail. :) .

  18. Just Me (and my Bobby McGee) says:

    I noticed that her ex (Nick) just announced he’s expecting baby number 2. I thought the timing of the release was interesting. I wonder if their publicists planned that? Like, people automatically think of Nick when they think of Jessica. Is it a way to maximize interest? Not shading – just find it fascinating, and entirely clever.

  19. P.J. says:

    That necklace is beyond ridiculous 😒

  20. Anon says:

    Did anyone see the last video from people on the wedding.. It was stunning wedding. So well done.

    I marks were red marks not bruises.

    Im sure now it will be the same old cycle of gossip from same sites. Nothing good but booze and weight talk.. Angendas being quite clear.. Sad

  21. lizard says:

    The blind item is definitely not Betty White. She has an office next door to mine and I heard her voice just yesterday.

  22. Susan says:

    Alcohol thins the blood and leads to easier bruising. For an example, see Lindsay Lohan.

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