Jessica Simpson: New Country Video 'So Much Fun'
The singer's "Come On Over" clip premieres on her Web site
For Jessica Simpson fans waiting for the star’s first country music video, come on over!
The singer is premiering the video for “Come On Over” – the hit single off her debut country album Do You Know?, out Sept. 9 – on her Web site Friday. The video will be available online until its TV premiere on EXTRA Monday night.
“I had so much fun making my video, I’m so glad y’all finally get to see it!” Simpson – who celebrated her 28th birthday Thursday – wrote on her Web site.
Liz Friedlander, who has directed clips for Celine Dion, R.E.M., and Blink 182, shot Simpson’s video at the Little Creek Ranch in southern California.
The singer has made some memorable videos: She had fans in a lather over her steamy car wash in the 2005 clip for “These Boots Were Made for Walkin’,” and 2006’s “A Public Affair,” directed by Brett Ratner, co-starred Eva Longoria, Christina Applegate, Eva Mendes and Christina Milian.
For “Come On Over,” there aren’t any celeb cameos – but fans will get a glimpse of the bottle for her new perfume, Fancy.
In May, Simpson became the highest-charting debut solo artist in the history of the Billboard Country Singles Chart when “Come On Over” debuted at No. 41.