Go girl! Jessica Simpson is already killing 35. The songstress turned fashion designer mogul rang in her 35th birthday with a bevy of friends during a luxurious party-filled, two-week vacation in St. Bart’s.
Simpson chartered about 20 friends and family, including husband Eric Johnson and celeb pals Odette and Dave Annable, via a private jet to the island, kicking off the 14-day bash on July 6. One insider tells Us that the singer’s mom, Tina, also brought along two of her best friends.
According to one source, Simpson and her pals giddily exited their plane upon arrival and it looked like the party had already begun.
“When they got off the plane, the girls were all dancing and skipping around, ready to party,” the observer tells Us. “They were holding hands and so excited to have arrived in a beautiful destination.”
After making their way to their hotel in St. Bart’s, the group kept the party alive, soaking up the sun and playing with Jet Skis in the Caribbean sea when not yachting. “They rented a boat a few of the days so they could go snorkeling and cruising around the bay,” the insider adds.
The birthday girl also channeled her inner water girl. “Jess surprised everyone with her amazing jet-skiing skills!” a partygoer tells Us. “She was a pro and a daredevil.”
On Simpson’s actual birthday, July 10, the group celebrated with a costume party, the first source reveals. “They partied all night long and slept for most of the day. Even when they got up, Eric and a bunch of her friends were still wearing their costumes. They definitely had a lot of fun and didn’t want it to end.”
Following her bash, they spent the day at Nikki Beach St. Barths on July 12, and according to another source, stayed at the venue until around 5 p.m. enjoying the Sunday brunch, music, and overall vibe.
To top it all off, the group also celebrated at a restaurant featuring a burlesque show, where they danced in costume, the attendee revealed. “My colorful spiritual guide @nicolechavezstyle #beautifulmoment,” Simpson captioned an Instagram while busting a move on Sunday, July 12.