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Jessica Simpson’s cravings for corn dogs

Published 13/08/2016

Jessica Simpson
Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson wants to tell her customers how good they look in her clothes.

Jessica Simpson has to remind herself not to eat corn dogs off of her kid’s plate.

The blonde star has been in the spotlight since she was a teenager, first as a pop star, then an actress and now she's a billionaire businesswoman. The busy mother-of-two has her own line of clothes and beauty products and has also served as the spokesperson for Weight Watchers.

Jessica has never been afraid to talk about her weight fluctuations, and while she’s currently got a svelte figure, the 36-year-old admits she has to battle hard with cravings.

“Every day I want a corn dog, every day because my kids love corn dogs like, ‘I’ve got to not eat off my kid’s plate. Let them have the calories not me! I made it for them’,” she laughed to Women’s Health magazine in a video for the publication.

She also appearing on the cover of the latest issue, wearing a cropped top and hot pants, showing off her toned midriff.

On the subject of designing clothes, Jessica admits she wants her customers to feel like she’s their friend. She’ll soon be adding an athleisure offering, called The Warm Up, and the star reiterates the importance of looking and feeling good in her clothes.

“I want people to think of me as a friend, like I’m trying to be your friend and dress you and say, ‘You look good, girl!’” she giggled.

“I feel like I’m your every day woman and I want to wear the same things that everybody else wants to wear and I want to be able to provide those things for people to wear.”

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