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Heavily-Pregnant Jessica Simpson Says She Looks Like a Blob

February 24, 2012 (7:58 am) GMT
The fiancee of former NFL player Eric Johnson shares how she will look like when sitting on a couch while watching the premiere of her TV show 'Fashion Star'.
Jessica Simpson

is excited to watch the premiere of "" where she serves as a judge, and she has envisioned herself lounging in front of TV. "I'll be like a big blob sitting on the couch watching myself thin," she jokingly tells the press at a conference call.

In the first episode of the show, Simpson looked thinner than she is now because it's filmed before she had a bun in the oven. "I wasn't pregnant when we shot it. It will be amazing to see myself with a waistline," she explains. The show will premiere on March 13.

She additionally talks about her involvement in the reality TV series, "Teaming up with this show was a perfect fit." She explained, "I couldn't turn it down because I felt like it was great for my collection, but it was also important for me to talk to these up-and-coming designers and mentor them and kind of show them the ropes and really try to lead them in the right direction."

In "Fashion Star", 31-year-old Simpson will join the likes of 's daughter , and fashion designer John Varvatos to mentor 14 contestants who will compete for an opportunity to create the next big fashion brand. Supermodel , meanwhile, will host the talent show.

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