Jessica Simpson has opened her heart in an interview with Tamron Hall. Jessica’s interview
with Tamron Hall will feature on March 26. The pop star turned mogul threw light on some of the topics from her book, Open Book. Jessica also discussed topics such as her divorce from Nick Lachey. The pop star also elaborated on her relationship with John Mayer. On being asked if she has ever watched the Framing Britney Spears documentary,Jessica said
that it gave her “anxiety”, adding, “No. It’s one of those things that if I were to watch it,
like, reliving that for me it’s like one of those like triggers, it gives me anxiety and I lived it.”
She further continued, “Britney [Spears] and I know what she went through and it’s so, it’s so hard because it’s so many people’s opinions on you just trying to live your life as a normal human being because inside we’re just … we are normal, you know? We might have a big platform but, you can only take stuff for so long, you can only allow people in and
attack you until you have to, you know, put your guard up.”
The documentary not only relates to Britney’s thirteen years of battle for conservatorship
from her dad but also highlights how negatively the media had treated Britney in the early
Britney Spears posing for an event
Jessica’s new memoir had deeply focused on her relationship that took a toxic turn with playboy John Mayer.
“I don’t feel that I’m owed a public apology,” Jessica explained when asked whether she felt John should apologise to her. “I mean, you can’t take it back, and I’m a very forgiving person but I’m also honest. So, in the memoir, if I’m going to talk about stuff that caused me pain I’m going, to be honest about it, and that was a time in my life where I was very
manipulated and very, also, like in love, or seemingly, and now that I have the love of Eric[Johnson] it’s just such a different thing, and I wouldn’t expect an apology.”
Jessica Simpson along with John Mayer
She continued, “I don’t think there’s a need for an apology because … I don’t know, I feel
like people end up finding their way to let you know they’re sorry. And I think that, I mean
he might not be sorry and that’s okay … we were kind of on, off, on, off at that time so, but, to talk about anybody sexually kind of is disrespectful. But, I mean that’s on him.” The full interview on The Tamron Hall will be broadcasted on 26th March.