Jessica Simpson apparently felt inspired by Fifty Shades Of Grey. And fortunately for her husband, Eric Johnson, and her fans, Jessica decided to put that inspiration into action with “Fifty Shades Of Johnson,” reported Fox News.
Persuading Eric to join her on Valentine’s Day, Jessica set up poses resembling the infamous Red Room. There’s no word on whether the duo want to be cast for the sequel to Fifty Shades Of Grey, but the film’s stars, Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson, might want to take notice.
Jessica kept her captions simple and sweet.
“I’m so in love with you #FIFTYSHADESOFJOHNSON”
And Eric entered into the fantasy eagerly.
However, the parents of two haven’t said anything about whether they were so inspired that they might be planning on getting pregnant again, despite the baby boom resulting from Fifty Shades of Grey, reported the Daily Mail.
Jessica and Eric have been a couple since 2010. And although they planned to marry repeatedly during their two-year engagement, Jessica’s pregnancies got in the way of their plans.
The now-officially-wed couple are proud of two-year-old Maxwell and 19-month-old Ace.
When the books initially were released, the biggest baby boom in four decades occurred, with the highest level of births in 2012. Now will a second baby boom occur with the popularity of the movie? Researchers are predicting that baby boom history will repeat itself.
Although Jessica and her husband felt inspired by Fifty Shades of Grey, reviewers and social media have not been as kind, as the Inquisitr reported. However, Fifty Shades sold more advance tickets on Fandango than any R-rated film previously.
And Twitter posts ranged from criticism to mocking.
“They could have used more attractive people for 50 shades of grey.”
“Women are sharing the 50 Shades of Grey trailer all over FB. They are also sharing that they bought a Groupon for a showerhead. Coincidence?”
“It would be hilarious if the Fifty Shades of Grey movie was just a slide show of 50 shades of grey.”
In addition, an online campaign called #50dollarsnot50shades urges potential viewers to boycott Fifty Shades of Grey. The campaign also seeks donations to support battered women, criticizing the movie for what supporters cite as a glamorous way to portray violence against women.
[Image Via Jessica Simpson Instagram]