Following a string of terrible box office bombs and a country music stint that yielded little aside from fat Jessica Simpson pictures and forgotten lyrics, the star is turning to the last ditch entertainment genre in her bid to stay relevant:
The alleged singer and actress, who recently endured criticism of her body while wearing mom jeans and showcasing her giant booty in concert, visited some TV networks to pitch a reality series about society's scrutiny of women's bodies.
The premise of the program, titled The Price of Beauty: "She and a friend set off on a road trip around the world in search of the tightest, cleavage baring tops they can possibly wear to get attention what people find beautiful and why."
In a recent Vanity Fair story, Simpson talked about criticism of her figure: "It comes with what I do, and I know that every day the media's going to challenge me."
The onetime Newlyweds star, 28, will be hands-on with the show - and will try some "shocking things that women do to make themselves beautiful. Picture Fear Factor."
We'll picture Jodie Marsh instead.
The singer's rep tells celebrity news magazine Us Weekly; "Jessica is indeed working on a new show, but network details have not been finalized at this time."
Cross your fingers for Tony Romo cameos.