Before Jessica Simpson became the fun loving pop-teen idol, she was a young member of her church choir in Dallas, TX. Discovered by the music industry while attending a summer church camp, she later became a hit on the Christian Youth Conference concert tour circuit.
Jessica Simpson crossed-over to the secular market in 1999, with the smash hit "I Wanna Love You Forever," and followed-up with a second album. With her marriage to Nick Lachey of boy band 98Â°, Jessica Simpson surged into celebrity stardom with the MTV reality show about the trials of their first year of marriage.
Jessica Simpson will again enjoy the spotlight both in a new video and on the big screen in the role of Daisy Duke, in a remake of the 1979-85 hit television series The Dukes of Hazzard.
The new Duke's of Hazzard movie features Jessica Simpson in addition to other well-known celebrities such as Willie Nelson as the lovable Uncle Jessie, and the corrupt Hazard County Commissioner Bogg Hogg who is played by the versatile Burt Reynolds.
As always, the main story of the Dukes of Hazzard has the Dukes fighting to keep the family farm. The "Duke Boys" and their orange Dodge Charger "The General Lee" keeps them one step ahead of the authorities. Jessica Simpson plays the consummate eye-candy role in the Dukes of Hazzard as she helps her Hazard family spin circles around Boss Hogg.
Although the media often speculate that her physical evolution into the curvy "Daisy Duke" is a result of plastic surgery she is quick to correct those assumptions by noting the vigorous exercise routine that resulted in her new physique.
In an industry where 'image is everything' Jessica Simpson has made a stunning transformation from teen star to sex symbol. A 5-day workout schedule and a sensible diet have left her with a picture perfect bikini-ready body worthy of her Daisy Dukes character.
Get ready for Jessica Simpson and the new Dukes of Hazzard movie, it promises to be a roaring good time.
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