Back in December, Joe Galante, the head of Sony BMG Nashville, was furious with the antics of Jessica Simpson and threatening to drop her from the label.
Could these rumors be coming to fruition after her shaky tour with Rascal Flatts, during which she routinely forgot song lyrics and was letting herself go?
Looks that way, as Jessica is nowhere to be found on her label's websites.
As of right now, the alleged country singer's name appears nowhere among the artists listed on the sites of either Columbia Nashville or Sony Music Nashville.
Moreover, a search finds that any prior mention of Jessica Simpson pictures, profile, press releases - has been purged. Black ops. As if she never existed.
One can still find old press releases about the giant-breasted, lip-injection loving celebrity in cached pages on Google, but they do not exist anywhere on Columbia Nashville or Sony BMG Nashville’s websites at present.
Jessica's rep says she "is and has always been an Epic artist. She was on loan to Sony Nashville for her country album, but continues to be on Epic's label."
Wonder how long that will be the case.
We would bad for Jessica, but Joe Simpson has made millions whoring her out to anyone that could pay, so how much sympathy can you really have. And occasionally remembering the lyrics isn't that much for paying customers to ask.
Regardless, it's looking like we're nearing the end of an error era. Click to enlarge some photos from Jessica's most recent (and hopefully last) country music tour ...
[Photo Credits: Splash News Online]