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Jessica Simpson Operation MySpace Update: Did The Media Get It Wrong?

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Yesterday, Ecorazzi, and various other publications, flogged Jessica Simpson for racking up a huge bill during her Operation MySpace performance and for not giving much face time to the troops. Today, Jessica’s rep is telling People that we all got it wrong!

Jessica’s rep reports that she didn’t rent a jet or stay in a fancy hotel (as previously reported), but instead, flew commercial and slept in the barracks with the troops. She also denies reports that super-stylist Ken Paves (the 10,000 dollars a day guy) accompanied Simpson, and claims that Jessica “significantly scaled back her entourage.”  Finally, in response to reports that Jessica stayed for only a couple hours, the rep said: “She’s been with the troops all day. She’s had her meals with them.”

We here at Ecorazzi are a humble crew and are perfectly able to admit fault if we’ve overstepped the green line. So, assuming all of this new information is correct, we bow before the busty Texan and kiss those famous boots that were made for walking. Jessica, can we still be friends?  

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