Jessica Simpson
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Employee of the Month (2006)
The Dukes of Hazzard (2005)
[ Lynda Carter ][ Nikki Griffin ][ Alice Greczyn ]
Jessica (2004)
[ Lisa Harrow ]
Your Time Is Gonna Come (2003)
[ Betty White ]
Going to California (2002) 100 Hot DVDs

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Seann William Scott
Johnny Knoxville
Burt Reynolds
Sam Neill
Andy Dick
Dane Cook
Harland Williams
Jay Chandrasekhar
David Koechner
M.C. Gainey
Joe Don Baker
Barry Corbin
Dax Shepard
Willie Nelson
Brad Rowe
Efren Ramirez


From contemporary Christian starlet to mainstream MTV darling, singer-turned-actress Jessica Simpson has seen her popularity spread like a firestorm following the success of her 1999 major-label debut, Sweet Kisses. In the years that followed, Simpson's fledgling career would continue to gain momentum with a series of television appearances including a recurring role in the popular sitcom That '70s Show. After starring alongside husband Nick Lachey in the popular MTV reality series Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica, it seemed that the stage diva might finally be setting her sights on Hollywood when it was announced that Simpson beat out teen-idol rival Britney Spears to land the coveted role of Daisy Duke in the eagerly anticipated feature-film version of The Dukes of Hazzard. Born and raised in Dallas, TX, the future superstar realized her calling early on in life, and after making a strong impression on her church choir, Simpson soon gathered the courage to audition for a featured role on The Mickey Mouse Club revival show MMC. Though Simpson was turned down for the role that was eventually filled by Spears and later Christina Aguilera, the determined songstress was discovered the following summer by the head of a Contemporary Christian music label and spent the next three years crafting her debut album. When the small label folded before Simpson's freshman effort was released, the young singer's grandmother showed faith in her granddaughter's talent by putting up the funding needed for a small pressing, and Simpson's popularity on the CCM scene boomed. Signing to Sony shortly thereafter, Simpson found strong crossover appeal with the release of her major label debut, Sweet Kisses in 1999. Released the same year as both Spears' and Aguilera's wildly successful debut albums, Sweet Kisses allowed Simpson to finally achieved pop superstardom alongside two of the biggest rising stars on the pop music scene.After Simpson married 98

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