Jessica Simpson lost a considerable amount of weight in recent months.

But according to In Touch Weekly, the singer doesn’t look healthy at all. It seems Simpson crash dieted after fans criticized her for gaining so much weight years ago.

A source claimed that the same people who slammed Simpson for gaining weight are now worried about her. After all, it seems as though her 10-year-old daughter, Maxwell is much heavier than the singer.

“At 42, with three children, what woman fits into clothes she wore as a child?” one fan asked.

“Someone needs to step in and help her,” a second fan commented on Simpson’s photo.

However, the source claimed that Simpson remains unfazed by the comments that she’s getting from fans.

“But she continues to lose more and more weight, and it’s alarming,” the source said.

When asked how she managed to keep off the unwanted pounds, Simpson said that it was through her regular gym workouts.

“So the majority of the weight loss actually came from everything she did outside of the gym as far as being active and then everything in the gym is about toning and tightening,” the source said.

When Simpson first made an appearance after her extreme weight loss, it is true that some people expressed their concerns for the singer. But the singer called their criticisms destructive noise.

“I needed to be in my studio today because this is where I ground myself and heal. As much as I have learned to block out destructive noise…peoples' comments and judgments can still hurt deeply with their incessant nagging 'you will never be good enough,” she wrote on social media (via E! News).

During an interview with Terri Seymour, Simpson was asked why she thinks people are so obsessed with her weight. The singer said that the criticisms hurt but she decided to rise above them.

“I've been criticized, and it hurts, but I've been every weight and I've been proud of it. I decided, 'Okay, everybody is going to talk about my weight all the time, I might as well make money off of it and turn it into a business of selling clothes and acceptance,’” she said.