UPDATE: Jessica's rep tells OK! that she "is and has always been an Epic artist. She was on loan to Sony Nashville for her country album. She continues to be on Epic's label."
Columbia Nashville, a division of Sony Music, was responsible for releasing Jessica's most recent album.
Earlier in the day, when OK! contacted Columbia Nashville, a staffer told us that Jessica Simpson has now "come off the label." We're awaiting further comment.
Have all those forgotten lyrics and hostile crowds finally caught up with Jessica Simpson?
A country music gossip site says that rumors are swirling that the pop-star-turned-country-singer has been dropped like a rock by her label, Columbia Nashville.
Nashville Gab also notes that her information is no longer the label's Web site -- and it even conjectures that her sudden decision to go to Cabo rather than the ACMs could mean that she is now sans label.
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Jess's first country single, Come On Over, made it to No 18 in Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. But her latest single, Pray Out Loud, has so far failed to chart.
Her winter tour supporting Rascal Flatts has been something of a rocky one, with several shows having been marked by fumbled songs, do overs and booing crowds.