Jessica Simpson left fans in a frenzy as she shared a cryptic post on her social media that left many wondering whether something big was on the way.
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The musician posted a picture of herself with a mic with her head bowed low, as she simply wrote in the caption: "11.11."
Many began to wonder whether this was an announcement of new music on the way from Jessica, due on November 11.
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"Omg yes to more music from Jess," one fan commented as another wrote: "YES!! Praying for a new album!!" A third said: "11 years ago was her last album, 11/11 suits you," with one adding: "YYYEESS!!! YOU GOT THIS GUURRRLL!!"
Many others dropped heart and raised hand emojis as they also included exclamations of "OMG" and "can't wait," excitedly anticipating a new release.
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If proven right, this would be Jessica's first bit of new music in 11 years, when she released her Christmas album, Happy Christmas, in 2010.
Jessica shared a cryptic post with fans that had many speculating a new music release
A music release would certainly mark a bit of cheerful news for the Dukes of Hazzard actress and her fans after an emotional recent revelation.
Jessica shared a photo of herself at the start of the month during the height of her alcoholism to reflect on and mark four years of sobriety.
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The image showed Jessica sitting on the floor of what appears to be her living room, and she accompanied it with a lengthy caption detailing her journey as an "unrecognizable version" of herself.
The singer posted a harrowing picture of herself from the peak of her alcoholism
She concluded with a positive message about having come to terms with her own feelings and limits, as she wrote: "I have made nice with the fears and I have accepted the parts of my life that are just sad. I own my personal power with soulful courage. I am wildly honest and comfortably open. I am free."
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