Jessica Simpson Redefines Beauty

By   |   October 14, 2009   |   Entertainment

Beauty in all forms. <br> credit: QVC

Beauty in all forms.
credit: QVC

Learning how to spell Morocco with two “c”s isn’t the only lesson Jessica Simpson learned while shooting her new VH1 show, The Price of Beauty in the country.

The single singer is traveling the world to uncover beauty in all its global forms for the upcoming series.

Our newest roving reporter, G Stone, got the scoop as Jessica made an appearance last night at QVC’s FFANY Shoes on Sale, the network’s annual telecast to raise funds for Breast Cancer research.

“You would think the women [in Morocco] would be repressed, but there’s nothing repressed about the women,” shared Jessica, who is FFANY’s Shoes on Sale PSA spokesperson.

“That woman owns her house and sheΓÇÖs in complete control, and she stays covered to keep herself for her man,” she continued.

“The way that she contacts you is only through her eyes, so you have to know that when someone can carry themselves completely confident, sexy, and all-knowing like thatΓǪ theyΓÇÖve done their own personal homework and really just studied themselves. To me that is what beauty is.”

Jessica hopes that when The Price of Beauty hits the airwaves, everyone will take away this lesson.

“Look inside of yourself and find that which is beautiful to you and define yourself,” she declared.

“There is no definition of beauty. You are the only one that can define that.”

The Price of Beauty will premiere on VH1 in 2010. You can donate to the cause by shopping for shoes here.

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