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The new issue of Us Weekly reports that Jessica Simpson -- who endured much body bullying in January for performing in a pair of unflattering high-waisted jeans -- recently visited some TV networks to pitch a reality series about society's scrutiny of women's bodies.

The premise of the program, titled "The Price of Beauty:" "She and a friend set off on a road trip around the world in search of what people find beautiful and why," says a source.

(In a recent Vanity Fair cover story, Simpson talked about criticism of her figure: "It comes with what I do, and I know that every day the media's going to challenge me.")

The insider continues that the onetime "Newlyweds" star, 28, will be hands-on with the show -- and will even try some of the "shocking things that women do to make themselves beautiful. Picture Fear Factor."

The singer's rep tells Us, "Jessica is indeed working on a new show, but network details have not been finalized at this time."

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