Jessica Simpson Weight Watchers Deal Worth $4 Million?

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By Christine Thomasos , Christian Post Reporter
November 21, 2011|11:51 pm

Jessica Simpson may get $4 million worth of motivation to lose her baby weight after giving birth. The deal would provide her with a paycheck for losing pounds, according to Us Weekly. Before the announcement came that she was having a child with former NFL player Eric Johnson, a source told Us Weekly that Simpson was scheduled to work with the weight loss program.

"But then she got pregnant," the source said. "So this was the perfect compromise."

According to the source, Simpson will be given one year to follow the Weight Watchers program by counting points and "lose a significant amount of weight.”

Sources close to Simpson have already admitted that the singer is having strong cravings, according to In Touch Weekly.

“She’s already having kooky cravings,” a source told the magazine.

The source described snacks containing nacho chips dipped in chocolate “which satisfy her urge for salty and sweet.”

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According to “In Touch,” the source also said Simpson has also been eating cheese-flavored popcorn and drinking non-alcoholic margaritas.

OK! Magazine reported that Simpson was heard speaking about the freedom to eat during her pregnancy last month.

She joked, “Well, now I can eat anything I want and no one will care. It's just sort of a rule with pregnant women.' But it was typical Jessica that she was making a joke of it," a source said.

The singer’s weight has fluctuated throughout the years, causing many to speak out. The infamous entertainment television personality Joan Rivers was no exception, and speculated about the pregnancy on Twitter by using comedy last month.

"Congratulations to Jessica Simpson who reportedly has a bun in the oven,” Rivers tweeted on Saturday. “They're also saying she may be pregnant."

 

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