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Jessica Simpson Claps Back To 'Nauseating' Comment On Her Body By Former Vogue Worker

Jessica Simpson clapped back at a former Vogue employee after they made a "nauseating" comment about her boobs in her 2007 Met Gala dress, and we are here for it!

Monday was a sad day for many people, as it would have been the day of the 2020 Met Gala if not for the current pandemic.

In honor of what would have surely been a glamorous, remarkable, star-studded evening, Vogue published a timeline, looking back at the Met Galas of yesteryear.

Former *Vogue* employees, celebrities, and designers shared BTS stories, but one in particular seemed to stick out, that you might classify as straight-up body-shaming.

Sally Singer, a former Creative Digital Director at Vogue had some choice words about Jessica Simpson and John Mayer at the 2007 Met Gala.

Before we get into that, I just want to quickly remind you that Jessica and John looked fabulous at the 2007 Met Gala. There's no two ways about it.

While their relationship was a total dumpster fire, they looked amazing together.

Evidently, however, Sally Singer did NOT think so. But more specifically, she seemed to have an issue with Jessica's cleavage.

"One year, Jessica Simpson was there with John Mayer," Sally said.

"She was wearing Michael Kors".

"And her breasts maybe fell out of her dress on the red carpet...," she continued.

I'd like to point out that she said Jessica's breasts "maybe" fell out. So, this information means absolutely nothing.

There's no doubt that her dress was mildly risqué. Emphasis on the word "mildly".

But it's not her fault that she's busty, and she shouldn't not be allowed to wear something because of that.

"And then at dinner it was suddenly like, 'Whoa, Jessica Simpson’s breasts are across from me at the dinner table,'" she said.

"And they are on a platter and I’m looking at them.'"

"And John Mayer was putting his hands on them at the dinner table."

"He kind of reached down and I just remember thinking, 'Oh, celebrities, feel free to play here.' That’s what’s going on."

I have a feeling that Sally embelished that story a little bit. But Jessica made sure to fire back at the accusations and body-shaming in the best possible way.

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In response, she tweeted this iconic photo of Sophia Loren giving Jayne Mansfield the side-eye for showing cleavage.

TBH, this is exactly how I imagine Sally looking at Jessica at the 2007 Met Gala.

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This woman looks like she has never seen a pair of breasts before.

"Feeling a little like Jayne Mansfield after reading this (inaccurate!) oral history of the #MetBall where I am body shamed by #SallySinger," Jessica tweeted.

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In a separate tweet, she made sure to call out the misogyny and body-shaming in a more forthcoming way.

"But in all seriousness, I have persevered through shaming my own body and internalizing the world’s opinions about it for my entire adult life," she continued.

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She explained that hearing this out of another woman's mouth made it so much worse.

Ladies, we have to stick together. Shaming other women for showing too much skin is so dated.

"To read this article about the classiest fashion event there is," she went on.

"And to be shamed by another woman for having boobs in 2020 is nauseating," she concluded.

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Just a kindly reminder that it's 2020 and women, nay, people, come in all shapes and sizes.

What do you think of Sally Singer's mundane story about Jessica Simpson's 2007 Met Gala cleavage?

Better yet, what did you think of Jessica's clap-back?

Let us know in the comments below.