Famous singer Jessica Simpson was recently captured by media on Wednesday in Los Angeles when she headed for the show Jimmy Kimmel Live. She was looking absolutely stunning and cheerful.

The 39-year-old was spotted in two different stylish looks for her appearance. She chose to wear a silver snakeskin print jumpsuit, which she paired with matching high-heeled boots. Her signature platinum blonde hair was untied, free over her shoulders, and she kept her makeup simple. 

For accessories, she wore a massive pair of dark sunglasses, which also featured partial print upper side of the frame. After the show was over, she was spotted leaving the show in a jade green ensemble. She paired the trouser with a V-neck top with her blonde hair tumbled down in loose.

During the interview, she opened up a lot of things, revealing a new story about Justin Timberlake. “We shared a nostalgic kiss, and he took out his phone and started typing. And apparently, he and Ryan Gosling had a bet on who would kiss me first when they were 12 years old,” Simpson said.

She also revealed she was drunk on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2017. She claimed to have recorded anywhere from 37 to 39 songs for an upcoming album and seemed unable to remember the length of her current marriage.

Jessica told Hoda, “I would say it openly to everyone. “I know. I know, I’ll stop soon. I’ll cut back,” but that she had difficulty going through with it.

“For me to cut back, like I’m an all or nothing girl, and so I didn’t know it was a problem until it was,” said the Texas native. Jessica also reveals in Open Book that between the ages of six and 12, she was sexually abused by a young female family friend.

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