No, Jessica Simpson's not pregnant, but Nick Lachey is likely to start kissing his wife's tummy a little more in the new year.
That's thanks to the pop starlet's new belly-button fragrance, made from pheromones, aromatic chemical compounds naturally emitted by humans that can act as an aphrodisiac.
The perfume is part of D'lish Fragrance Inc.'s upcoming Dessert, a body-care line Simpson helped create.
Due in Sephora stores nationwide in April, the line will also feature whipped body cream, chocolate body gloss, powdered sugar body shimmer, lip-plumping fragrance, bath bubbles, and hair and body treatments.
All of the items are "lickable," according to D'lish, and available in three scents, Creamy, Dreamy and Juicy.
"It's been so much fun to be able to create a line of beauty products from start to finish," Simpson said in a statement. "I can't wait to be able to share Dessert with the world. The whole experience has been so exciting to me, from coming up with ideas and concepts to smelling samples ... and choosing my favorites."
Free samples of Dessert are available now through www.dessertbeauty.com.
Along with designing fragrances and, of course, making reality TV, Simpson has been meeting with movie producers. She is currently in talks to star in the drama "Walk On," based on the true story of Texas Rangers pitcher David Clyde, according to her father/manager, Joe Simpson.
Clyde, who was recently described as "LeBron James in baseball spikes, only 30 years earlier," went straight to the major leagues from high school in 1973, attracting sellout crowds for a struggling franchise.
Desperate to keep attendance up, the team had Clyde in constant rotation, which led to troubles with his underdeveloped arm. After three lackluster seasons with Texas and two with Cleveland, Clyde left baseball at the age of 26.
Simpson would play the star's high school sweetheart. The Clyde role has yet to be cast.
The second season of "Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica" will premiere January 21 at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.
For a full-length feature on Jessica Simpson, check out "Jessica Simpson: The Innocent."