Rice, Lynette
March 2009
Entertainment Weekly;3/20/2009, Issue 1039, p18
The article focuses on the appearance of singer Jessica Simpson in the reality television program "I Get That a Lot," which will be broadcast by the CBS Television Network on April 1, 2009. In the program, celebrities pretend to be unknown persons with everyday jobs. Simpson was deemed to be the most convincing impersonator, as she portrayed a computer technical service worker.


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