Ever wondered what Jessica Simpson's romance with Tony Romo smells like? Ew, we haven't either, but with a single spritz of her new perfume, Fancy Love, you may be able to find out. FOXNews.com says the moniker-challenged fragrance was inspired by her relationship with the Dallas Cowboys star.
"It is a fresh, new expression of Jessica's lifestyle," says Vince Camuto, the corporate muckity-muck behind the starlet's aromatic offerings. "She is loved and in love."
The floral scent, which hits stores next month, is billed as a "timeless, romantic fragrance of falling in love" that's "fresh and pure" and "always pretty and innocent."
And if, for some odd reason, you don't care for the smell of Simpson's schmoopiness, which comes with subtle notes of goji leaf, peach blossom, bergamot, blush champagne, lotus blossom, peony, plumeria, jasmine, rose, creamy amber, blonde woods, musk and patchouli, she seemingly won't mind a bit.
"Tony brings out the best in Jessica," an insider tells FOXNews. "She is over caring about what everyone thinks."
Good thing, too, because her body remains under serious scrutiny, despite the enviably trim, toned figure she's been rocking in recent months.
The New York Daily News notes that Jess "may be slimming down, but not because she's watching her diet," a point it makes by listing the various carb-laden items she consumed while recently dining out with pals.
On the menu: focaccia, calamari, rigatoni and a bottle of Pinot Grigio, a beverage choice that should quiet those recent pregnancy rumors.
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With Simpson's every morsel being watched, it's no wonder she's taken to Twitter to send out a Stuart Smalley-esque self-esteem boost to the masses.
"To all of my true fans that love me for me ... thank you ... we are all beautiful," she wrote on Tuesday. "Don't you dare let anyone tell you different. please!!!!"
Besides, Jess ponders, "Someone once told me that mirrors are a losing game cause they only show you backwards anyway."
And just in case your spirit isn't uplifted enough, she offers one final rah-rah: "Days are long and words are cruel, but they won't get the BEST of you..."