‘Please Get The Help You Need’

Jessica Simpson waving

Jessica Simpson waving

Jessica Simpson just gave fans a tour of her daughter Birdie’s bedroom on Instagram – but it wasn’t the room that got the most attention, as the comments section was flooded with comments from fans who were very concerned about the 42-year-old ‘weak’ and “sick” appearance of the mother of three as well as her behavior!

Jessica Simpson And Pottery Barn Kids Instagram post

The video, which was posted on Jessica’s Instagram page on Nov. 3 as part of a sponsorship deal with Pottery Barn Kids, featured the “Party For One” singer showing her 6.1 million followers her three-year-old daughter’s bedroom which was decorated with items from the retailer.

Pottery Barn Kids shared the same post on their account with the caption, “I just don’t think there’s any risk you can’t take.” – @jessicasimpson. Take a sneak peek at the singer’s bold, playful room for 3-year-old daughter Birdie.”

Pottery Barn Kids is causing controversy

While some fans did praise the room, with one writing: “The room is so cute!” Four heart-eyed emojis followed, with another fan saying: ‘Looking good! I especially like the room and the beds! Good job!” followed by a clapping emoji, almost all of the other comments were about Jessica’s troubling behavior, which included slurred speech and a seeming inability to focus. Her frail appearance, leading fans to believe she’s lost much more than the 100 pounds she initially said she had lost was also something fans couldn’t help but comment on!

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“It is OK?” asked a worried fan. “Please tell me I’m not the only one who hears her voice being completely slow… is she okay???!” asked another. “She can barely talk,” another commented. “Great we saved Britney and now we have to save Jessica *sighs* hold on girl here we come,” quipped another fan. “Something is wrong here,” noted another fan. “What’s going on here. What’s going on?” asked another, followed by a crying emoji. “Please get the help you need before it’s too late. This is TRAGIC. You have three beautiful children to live for,” another pleaded.

The slurred speech was one thing fans commented on, as was the fact that she looked thinner than ever, with many fans calling her appearance “weak” and “sick” among other things. “Fragile and fragile. I hope she’s ok,” one fan wrote, followed by a sad face emoji. “She’s looked anorexic for quite some time, it’s worrying. Yes, she’s muscular, but you can see her chest, spine and hip bones in other posts. I don’t think she’s hot!” exclaimed a worried fan.

“Looks like he’s on serious speed diet pills,” another claimed, while another concerned fan asked, “Are you ok girl? It’s sick to make sure you’re ok, I love you!” “Wow! She lost so much weight. I hope she’s ok. She’s a beautiful lady,” said another fan. I love Jess but the fragile look and those lips just don’t mix,” added another. “She doesn’t look good. Her eyes are so sunken. Something’s wrong,” another fan said. “Is he on drugs? Serious talk…” another fan commented. “This makes my heart hurt. She looks so sick,” another concerned fan wrote, followed by a crying emoji.

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Jessica responds to the review

The concern of Jessica’s fans was hard to ignore with their comments dominating the comments section of the Pottery Barn Kids post, so it didn’t take long for the singer, actress, and fashion designer to see and respond! While she didn’t directly mention the post or the review, it’s more than obvious that the Instagram post she shared on November 7 was her way of responding.

“I needed to be in my studio today because this is where I ground and heal,” Jessica wrote in a video of herself singing in her studio, before going on to mention “people’s comments” and “judgments” that “hurt deeply.” “As much as I’ve learned to block out the destructive noise… people’s comments and judgments can hurt deeply with the constant nagging of ‘you’ll never be good enough,'” she continued. “The most important thing I’ve learned in the last 5 years without alcohol as an escapist is that I CAN and ALWAYS get through it. I’m capable of almost anything I care enough to put my mind to. I’m present. I’m deeply inspired. I’m determined. I’m honest. I care about other people.”

Jessica went on to say that she feels “compassionate for the bigoted hate that some people can so effortlessly spew out with such intensity on social media or the media in general,” adding: “We all have our days where we want to be. Look, do and feel better. No one is alone with this feeling, I can promise you. I woke up simultaneously anxious and insecure but also angry and defensive—just like some of you. I know what works for me and that is to let go and just sing looking directly into the mirror, straight into my eyes to really see and understand myself. I can connect with my heartbeat. I am firm and strong. I’m home.” Jessica ended her post by saying, “Nothing and no one will steal my joy. I may come close, but it’s mine. Yours should be too.”

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100-Lb Weight Loss and Sobriety

Jessica has been on a huge weight loss and sobriety journey over the past few years. She opened up about her struggles with addiction in her 2020 memoir, Open book, saying she was “killing” herself with pills and alcohol, but is now five years sober, as stated in her Instagram post above. She’s also not shy about talking about her incredible weight loss journey, which began in 2019 after the birth of her daughter Birdie, saying In additionTerri Seymour had said in September that the biggest factor was changing her diet, saying: “I went to a nutritionist and had to get my eating habits right.”


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