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Her musical endeavors brought her critical acclaim and commercial success, with her single peaking at number five on the 200.
At the same time, the show introduced her to a wider audience, fostering much media attention and solidifying her place in the spotlight.
However, her performance faced negative criticism and her character was eventually written off the show after only 12 episodes. thank God my sister is amazing and got you some press." However, the producers claimed this was always the plan.
According to an anonymous on-set source who tattled to Us Weekly, "They hired her because they needed a good name to help create buzz. Producers cut her down as much as possible." The publication further documented that sister Jessica Simpson was outraged by the news, which inspired a Twitter tirade: "CW catching up on MP. As notes, Executive Producer Todd Slavkin explained Simpson's character "would be instrumental" as a suspect in the murder mystery, and that once it "was solved, she would go on her way.
That was the original plan going into the development of the show." Simpson released this statement in support: "Having the chance to play Violet on 'Melrose Place' has been a thrill.
Her pop/rock sophomore effort, 2005's I Am Me, also survived her much talked about SNL flub.
The band quickly changed gears to play "Pieces of Me." Meanwhile, an understandably panicked Simpson began to do a strange version of an Irish jig before simply leaving the stage.
At the end of the show, she apologized profusely for the mishap, but ultimately tried to laugh it off while blaming the incident on her band, who had done everything to save her: "I feel so bad, my band started playing the wrong song, and I didn't know what to do, so I thought I'd do a hoedown." appearance, Simpson had been caught red-handed doing what she had previously vowed in an interview with Lucky magazine (via MTV) never to do.
Simpson told MTV News, "Roxie's a fun character to play. And I know what the celebrity life is like, so I tried to bring a little comedy to that." However, when she performed the role again at the 2013 Hollywood Bowl, she was met with mixed reviews.
For me, it wasn't like I ever wanted to have my name in the papers. Variety provided perhaps the harshest critique, noting that, "If Ashlee Simpson possessed a sense of her life hanging in the balance when she assayed Roxie Hart in Gotham and London, it's gone now, replaced by mugging.
But with such a promising start for the multi-talented star, it's been a while since she's been big news.