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Thursday, February 08, 2007
Jessica Simpson wants to adopt. The singer/actress wants to have a big family but fears she may not be able to cope with childbirth more than once. She told Britain's Star magazine: "I want to adopt before I actually have my own kids. I want three kids - but I don't know if I can give birth three times. I'll have to see how much pain is involved first time round!" Jessica, who split from husband Nick Lachey in November 2005, insists she has also been inspired to adopt by Angelina Jolie - who has two adopted children, Maddox and Zahara.
She explained: "I think Angelina Jolie has done amazing things. The international adoption rate has skyrocketed due to her efforts." As well as wanting to adopt, Jessica - whose new album 'A Public Affair' comes out on February 12 - also wants to "save the world". She said: "Ever since I was a kid I said I wanted to save the world somehow, I didn't know how. I think I'll end up doing things that can touch somebody in some way that's good - like through orphanages."
Jessica Simpson has laughed off reports she has found love again. The singer-turned-actress is said to be dating with US songwriter John Mayer, and the pair have been spotted out together on several occasions. Jessica - who divorced husband Nick Lachey in June 2006 - insists she is not romantically involved with anybody and is convinced her fame frightens off potential suitors. She told Britain's Star magazine: "Do I have a new love in my life? I wish I was in love! Everybody needs to be in love. I think I'm too hard to be in love with. It ends up on the cover of every magazine! I scare people away."