CAMERA FRENZY: Jessica Simpson mobbed by photographers who capture her allegedly drunk at birthday party (Video)


Jessica Simpson appeared more than tipsy over the weekend after spending over five hours partying at a club in West Hollywood for her husband’s birthday.

TMZ only needed one shot of Simpson leaving Craig’s Restaurant Tuesday night to show she didn’t allegedly pace herself with the booze. The singer required the support of birthday boy Eric Johnson just to make it to their SUV a few steps from the club exit. She nearly fell face-first into the concrete sidewalk but was saved by Johnson and another onlooker.

Since her early success as a singer in the late 90s and early 2000s, Simpson has fallen from the limelight. She endured extensive media criticism for her weight as the 2000s wore on, with one outfit consisting of jeans, a belt, and a sleeveless top criticized by the media and deemed “unflattering” to Simpson’s figure. Johnson, a former NFL tight end, is Simpson’s second husband.

She worked hard in her career beginnings to be the antithesis to sex symbols such as Brittney Spears and Christina Aguilera, saying she would remain abstinent until marriage and focusing the songs on her debut album on love rather than lust. It sold 4 million copies but didn’t meet the expectations of Columbia Records, which implored Simpson to add some zest to her image for the next album. She did just that and became the promiscuous figure that pops into the average citizen’s mind when they think of Jessica Simpson.

She has mastered taking great photos of her butt, a specialty the TMZ foot soldier is heard asking Simpson about in the video below:

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