From innocent pop singer to VH1 reality host, it seems that Jessica Simpson is on the fast lane of career. The singer started the same platform as Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears. The singer has devoted nearly two decades of her life to the showbiz. She is now still one of the world’s biggest stars. Sweeping along on a different path by modern currents of reality TV and celebrity branding with launch of a line of hair and beauty products, fragrances, and handbags for women, she has harvested great achievement in recording milestones, with three gold and two multi-platinum RIAA certified studio albums and seven Billboard Top 40 hits. It is worth taking a look back at the highs of Jessica’s career.
Simpson auditioned for “The Mickey Mouse Club” in 1992, around the same time as Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.
Simpson signed with a gospel music label in 1993.
In 1999, Simpson debuted her single Sweet Kisses. She became the pop star thanks to her ballad “"I Wanna Love You Forever”.
In 2000, Simpson released her second album “Irresistible”, which spawned only two singles, including the title track.
In 2003, Simpson became the subject of MTV’s docuseries “Newlyweds”.
In 2004, Simpson launched “Dessert by Jessica Simpson”, a line of edible fragrances and cosmetics.
In 2007, Simpson co-starred with Luke Wilson in movie "Blonde Ambition”.
In 2008, Simpson launched her first fragrance.
Simpson on her promo tour in 2008.
In 2010, Simpson appeared in "The Price of Beauty”, VH1 documentary series, that focus on what cultures outside the U.S. consider beautiful.
Simpson performed at the "Joining Forces with the Rockies: Celebrating Military Families" event in Denver in April 2011.
In June 2011, Simpson was announced to participate as a mentor in NBC's Fashion Star with Elle McPherson.