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Jessica Simpson Booed at Debut Country Performance

Monday, July 21, 2008

  Jessica Simpson's debut country performance didn't sit well with fans at the Country Thunder USA Festival in Twin Lakes, Wisc., the Kenosha News reports.

The singer, who is dating Wisconsin native Tony Romo, was booed as she walked onto the stage after a performance by "American Idol" finalist Kellie Pickler. Clad in Daisy Dukes, a white button-down and cowboy boots, Simpson performed covers of Willie Nelson and Shania Twain hits, as well as songs from her new album "Do You Know."

While fan Mary Grace, 24, told the Kenosha News that "I actually like her country songs better. She has a great voice, plus, she's adorable," most audience members agreed with Adam Matos, 21.

"I just don't hear the country in her; I don't hear the twang. She's not good enough to be here."

Simpson reportedly picked up on the crowd's dislike, telling them that "I don't know what your perception is of Jessica Simpson or what tabloid you buy, but I just want you to know that I'm just a girl from Texas; I'm just like you. I'm doing what I love and dating a boy."

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After which someone in the crowd exclaimed, "Awwww, we're sorry. Just kidding! YOU SUCK!"

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I hate when artists (Please don't think that I'm calling Jessica Simpson an artist) switch genres. It's such a cop-out to them finally realizing that their ****** style of music has run its course. Jessica will always be a Hollywood glam pop singer, and that's what she should have stayed.

Same with Kid Rock, that dude has changed genres so many times that he doesn't know what the **** he is, but at least he can say that he was the first musician to ever blow azz in rap, rock, and country.

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stumpjumper (7/21/2008)
JDaveG (7/21/2008)
Statick (7/21/2008)
Clad in Daisy Dukes, a white button-down and cowboy boots.................

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:D

I'm with this man.

If I were at home I could post some pics, but since I'm not just use your imagination.

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Headshot (7/21/2008)
I hate when artists (Please don't think that I'm calling Jessica Simpson an artist) switch genres. It's such a cop-out to them finally realizing that their ****** style of music has run its course. Jessica will always be a Hollywood glam pop singer, and that's what she should have stayed.

Same with Kid Rock, that dude has changed genres so many times that he doesn't know what the **** he is, but at least he can say that he was the first musician to ever blow azz in rap, rock, and country.

Disagree on Kid Rock.
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Headshot (7/21/2008)
I hate when artists (Please don't think that I'm calling Jessica Simpson an artist) switch genres. It's such a cop-out to them finally realizing that their ****** style of music has run its course. Jessica will always be a Hollywood glam pop singer, and that's what she should have stayed.

Same with Kid Rock, that dude has changed genres so many times that he doesn't know what the **** he is, but at least he can say that he was the first musician to ever blow azz in rap, rock, and country.

Disagree on Kid Rock.

 

ditto

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Headshot (7/21/2008)
I hate when artists (Please don't think that I'm calling Jessica Simpson an artist) switch genres. It's such a cop-out to them finally realizing that their ****** style of music has run its course. Jessica will always be a Hollywood glam pop singer, and that's what she should have stayed.

Same with Kid Rock, that dude has changed genres so many times that he doesn't know what the **** he is, but at least he can say that he was the first musician to ever blow azz in rap, rock, and country.

Switching genres doesn't bother me...IMO, it can be seen as a sign that an artist is growing and stretching their limits. Nowadays, so much about music is changing...we have rock icons playing well on country stations and country artists that have crossed over to pop radio. Different styles are blending together, and this isn't a new thing...****, Ray Charles cut a country album...and **** good country album at that.

Now as for Jessica Simpson...um...I don't consider this switching genres...I consider it as simply her still searching for what she's good at...so far it's not acting, pop music, country music, or marriage. Hopefully she'll figure this out in a hurry, and move on to her next choice...Playboy...maybe porn...:P

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