Jennifer Love Hewitt News Archive Part 1

Pregnant Jennifer Love Hewitt Works Out With an Exercise Ball: See the Pics!

(Photo, Photo2) Staying in shape when you're pregnant isn't always easy, but it looks like Jennifer Love Hewitt is doing her best to keep fit.

The expectant mother, sporting her roundest baby bump yet, was snapped enjoying a low-impact workout with an exercise ball that matched her purple workout pants.

She completed the ensemble with a gray tank, colorful tennis shoes and a cap to protect her face from the sunshine while doing her routine at an L.A. park.

The brunette beauty and her fiancé Brian Hallisay announced earlier this summer that they were expecting their first child together.

Soon after the exciting news broke, the two (who met on the set of NBC's Love Bites and reunited on The Client List) also confirmed they were engaged after about a year of dating.

Since then, the mom- (and bride!) to-be has been radiantly glowing and flaunting her growing baby bump out and about in the city.

But while she's relishing her moment in the sun, Hewitt recently tweeted that she would be signing off of Twitter due to some shady comments.

"Unfortunately with all the negativity people choose to send on twitter as well as threats to their own well being," she wrote. "I'm sad to say twitter is no longer for me. I have enjoyed all the kindness and love that came my way, as well as support. But this break is needed."

"Life should be filled with positivity and holding each other up, not making threats and sending bad vibes," she continued, adding, "To those of you who made it a joy, Thank you from the bottom of my heart."

We'll miss the baby updates, but we're definitely sending positive vibes her way!

See the Latest Pic of Pregnant Jennifer Love Hewitt's Adorable Baby Bump!

(Photo) Someone's got that mama-to-be glow!

Jennifer Love Hewitt flaunted her growing baby bump while out with her fiancé Brian Hallisay in Los Angeles earlier this week.

The brunette beauty sported a comfortable nude-colored blouse and a pair of skinny jeans while her leading love went for a more casual, all-gray ensemble.

Hewitt has been showing off her latest accessory over the last month, and can we just say that pregnancy looks good on her!

Hewitt announced that she was expecting her first child with fiancé Brian Hallisay in early June, and days later also confirmed that the two were set to tie the knot in the future.

The couple confirmed their baby news first, saying, "This is a wonderful time and we are looking forward to starting a family together."

And the Client List star isn't just prepping for a baby—she's got a wedding to plan, too!

The couple, who've been dating since early 2012, confirmed to E! News last month that they were engaged.

What a happy time for these two!

Jennifer Love Hewitt: Cupcakes Are a Constant Craving

Pregnancy is the perfect opportunity to indulge a sweet tooth — and Jennifer Love Hewitt isn’t holding back.

“Cupcakes seem to be a thing, but that’s always been a thing,” the mom-to-be told PEOPLE during the Mickey Through the Decades Collection launch event in Burbank, Calif. on Saturday.

“I want to blame it on pregnancy, but it’s really always been my favorite. Now, I have the ability to eat three instead of one, which is nice.”

To balance out the batches of baked goods, Hewitt, 34, has continued her almost-daily workout regimen. The exercise, she says, isn’t just about staying in shape.

“I’m doing yoga and cardio and all of that stuff, so it’s been good,” Hewitt shares. “I think it’s been making a big difference in how I feel, too.”

As Hewitt and her fiancé Brian Hallisay anticipate the arrival of their first child this fall, the expectant actress is “taking time off” to enjoy both her engagement and pending parenthood. “I’m still waiting to hear what happens with [my show] Client List,” she adds.

Pregnant Jennifer Love Hewitt Quits Twitter

Don't look for updates on Jennifer Love Hewitt's pregnancy on Twitter.

The mom-to-be has called it quits on the social networking site, citing the "negativity" she's experienced as her reason for signing off.

"Unfortunately with all the negativity people choose to send on twitter as well as threats to their own well being," Hewitt tweeted Wednesday. "I'm sad to say twitter is no longer for me. I have enjoyed all the kindness and love that came my way, as well as support. But this break is needed."

"Life should be filled with positivity and holding each other up, not making threats and sending bad vibes. To those of you who made it a joy, Thank you from the bottom of my heart."

The Client List star announced her pregnancy and engagement to costar Brian Hallisay recently, saying in a statement, "This is a wonderful time and we are looking forward to starting our family together."

Jennifer Love Hewitt Shows Off Her Growing Baby Bump-See the Pics!

(Photo, Photo2) Jennifer Love Hewitt is looking absolutely adorable with her latest accessory, her growing baby bump!

The actress was spotted running errands and grabbing a beverage over the weekend in a gray T-shirt and colorful blue jeans. She was also seen later that same day in a printed maxi dress, which was perfect for the sweltering L.A. summer heat.

Hewitt announced that she was expecting her first child with fiancé Brian Hallisay in early June, and days later also confirmed that the two were set to tie the knot in the future.

The couple confirmed their baby news first, saying, "This is a wonderful time and we are looking forward to starting a family together."

And Hewitt has been ready for this next chapter. In 2012, she told USA Today, "I'm at a place where I could get married, I could not get married…Kids is not something I'll give up on, that's something I really want in my life but I just sort of started shifting my mindset a little bit."

Hewitt and Hallisay, both 34, first met on the set of the NBC series Love Bites, but didn't begin dating until early 2012. The two are currently onscreen lovers in the hit series The Client List.

This will be the first child for J.Love, who teased E! News back in 2009 about the possibility of having a baby one day.

"At some point in the future," Hewitt said at the time, after she had just broken off her engagement to Scottish thesp Ross McCall, whom she had dated since 2005. She later dated her Ghost Whisperer costar Jamie Kennedy before the duo called it quits in 2010.

In mid-June, the two were spotted taking a romantic Italian vacation in Florence to celebrate the next chapter in their lives. Talk about a lovely baby moon!

The loved up pair checked out the city's major sights and couldn't keep their hands off one another.

In one pic, Hewitt was seen hugging Hallisay and showing off her stunning diamond engagement ring.

The sparkler appears to be a solitaire circular diamond, both traditional and classy (just like Hewitt's fashion style).

Congratulations to the future family of three!

'Client List' Season 3 Pickup In Limbo Over Storyline Standoff With Jennifer Love Hewitt

Last night marked the second-season finale of Lifetime‘s drama series The Client List. Last year, the network renewed the show a month into its freshman run, upping the order from 10 to 15 for Season 2. This time around, the show had a quieter run despite the recent flurry of publicity surrounding star Jennifer Love Hewitt‘s pregnancy announcement. Last night’s finale pulled 2 million viewers, down from the 2.7 million who watched the Season 1 closer.

Still, I hear the ratings dropoff is not the reason for the holdup and the main issue factoring in Lifetime’s decision whether to order a third season. The network and the series producers are figuring out how to deal with Hewitt’s pregnancy creatively and logistically. (Hewitt announced two weeks ago that she was three months along.) I hear a major sticking point has been demands from Hewitt, who serves as an executive producer on the series, about the storyline for Season 3. I hear Hewitt has asked that Brian Hallisay, her real-life fiance and father of her baby, also play her character Riley’s baby daddy on the show in a major story arc next season. I hear that is at odds with the ideas from the Client List showrunner, who I hear pitched the series’ male lead Colin Egglesfield, and the network brass, who I hear have not settled on a character as they are looking to keep their options open but are not willing to go with Hallisay, who I hear doesn’t have wide support there. Hallisay started on the show as a recurring and subsequently was promoted to a regular with Hewitt’s backing.I hear the two sides are currently at an impasse, leading to the delay in the Season 3 decision. I also hear both sides appear willing to walk away, though sources stress a compromise is reachable. “There are many story lines we are exploring,” a rep for Hewitt said. “So any suggestion that we are not doing our best to develop a great season is simply not accurate.”

Jennifer Love Hewitt Debuts Baby Bump and Engagement Ring

(Photo) Jennifer Love Hewitt has that pregnancy glow – and a new ring to match!

The actress, 34, couldn't hide her excitement while strolling through Florence, Italy, with her fiancé (and Client List costar) Brian Hallisay on May 31.

The expectant Hewitt, whose engagement was confirmed by PEOPLE on June 5 – the day after her pregnancy was announced – sported a long, floral dress, hat and scarf during her European getaway, showing off her tiny belly and flashy ring-finger bling.

"This is a wonderful time and we are looking forward to starting our family together," the couple, whose first child is due this fall, told PEOPLE at the time.

Pregnant Jennifer Love Hewitt: "That Baby Is Going to Be So Spoiled," Says Client List Costar Colin Egglesfield

Jennifer Love Hewitt and Brian Hallisay's Client List costar Colin Egglesfield is so not surprised they're engaged and expecting their first baby.

"I'm so happy for her and Brian," Egglesfield told me at Chrysalis' Butterfly Ball. "Jennifer deserves it. She's such an amazing person and you can just tell she was ready and so wanting to be a mom and a wife. I couldn't be happier for her."

Egglesfield found about the happy news about an hour before it broke in the press.

"That baby is going to be so spoiled!" Egglesfield said. "Jennifer is an amazing cook. She just loves to spoil. Not only with her close friends but with everyone on set. That baby is going to be one lucky kid."

No word if the baby will be written into the script. Either way, Egglesfield said, we shouldn't expect mommyhood to slow Hewitt down.

"You hear about Heidi Klum going on the runway for the Victoria's Secret fashion show a month after giving birth," he said. "So I wouldn't be surprised if Jennifer was back to work right away."

Jennifer Love Hewitt, Brian Hallisay Engaged

A day after they announced they were expecting their first child together, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Brian Hallisay have also revealed that they're engaged.

Hallisay proposed in late May while the couple was on vacation in Europe, according to Us Weekly, which reported on Tuesday that Hewitt is around three months pregnant with the couple's child.

"We're so thrilled and happy to start a family," the Client List co-stars told Us.

Hewitt and Hallisay met when they starred together on NBC's short-lived series Love Bites, which was canceled in 2011. They reunited for Lifetime's The Client List and began dating 15 months ago, Us Weekly reports.

Jennifer Love Hewitt Is Pregnant

Jennifer Love Hewitt is pregnant! The actress is expecting her first child with boyfriend and Client List co-star Brian Hallisay, has confirmed.

"We're so thrilled and happy to start a family," the couple said.

Hewitt, 34, began dating Hallisay 15 months ago after reconnecting on The Client List, on which he plays Hewitt's estranged husband. They previously worked together on the short-lived NBC series Love Bites. Prior to that, Hewitt dated her Ghost Whisperer co-star Jamie Kennedy after ending her engagement to actor Ross McCall.

Hewitt is reportedly three months along, according to Us Weekly which first reported the news.

Jennifer Love Hewitt: I Like Being Curvy!

(Photo) You won't find Jennifer Love Hewitt trying hide her curves.

The actress, who covers the June issue of Women's Running, openly states that after working in an industry that constantly criticizes stars and their weight, she has come to enjoy her sexy figure.

"I'm an actress, I live in L.A., I work in Hollywood. But I've learned that if you're too skinny, they'll say something about it. If you're not skinny enough, they'll say something about it," the 34-year-old tells the magazine. "I just try to feel good in my own skin as much as I can."

Hewitt explains that along with yoga and Pilates, running helps her maintain that amazing bod, but she makes sure not to overdo it.

"I do find that as a curvy girl, as I guess I've sort of been deemed, I don't think you want to run your curves off, because then you're just not yourself. But it definitely helps your butt, that's for sure. It helps with the badonk-a-donk!"


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Jennifer Love Hewitt "My heart and prayers go out to everyone in Oklahoma. So tragic. Sending light."

Could Jennifer Love Hewitt Join The X Factor?

With two empty seats to fill at The X Factor's judges' table, the latest name being bandied about as a possible replacement is Jennifer Love Hewitt, according Us Weekly.

Creator and judge Simon Cowell is "very interested" in the Client List star, who released four studio albums between 1992 and 2002, a source tells Us.'s e-mails to Fox and a rep for Hewitt were not immediately returned.

Other celebs being considered to replace departing judges L.A. Reid and Britney Spears include Kelly Rowland (a former judge on the UK version of X Factor) and Reba McEntire, according to the report. Cowell and Demi Lovato are both returning.

Fox announced earlier this week that Mario Lopez will be returning as the show's host, while his sidekick Khloe Kardashian will not.

Would you like to see Hewitt on The X Factor? If not, who do you think would make a good judge?

Jennifer Love Hewitt Jumps Onscreen Boyfriend Brian Hallisay-See the Sexy Pic!

(Photo) What guy isn't trying to get to first base (or, OK, hit it out of the park) with Jennifer Love Hewitt?!

On Monday in L.A., it was The Client List actress who was making a move on her costar Brian Hallisay.

Don't get too excited about this PDA, though. Jen jumped Brian (and straddled him…and made out with him) for an upcoming scene on their sultry Lifetime show.

Tough day at the office, huh?

Jennifer Love Hewitt Jokes Her Boobs Should Be Insured for $5 Million

Jennifer Love Hewitt's male fans might agree with her on this one.

In a sit-down with USA Today recently to hype her Lifetime series The Client List, the curvaceous star couldn't resist joking about her celebrated breasts, saying she'd consider insuring them for a whopping $5 million.

"I need, like, an insurance invitation. If somebody was like, 'Hey, you know what? We would like to insure your boobs for $2.5 million,' I'd be like, 'Do it. Love it! Why not?'" the 34-year-old Hewitt told the newspaper.

Pointing to her chest, she chuckled: "Yeah, these things right here are worth $5 million!"

The actress, who plays a wife who moonlights giving happy endings and more to various clientele at her local day spa, also added that her 86-year-old grandmother pokes fun at her for her sexy small-screen role.

"My grandmother loves to call me the TV ho," laughed Hewitt. "She thinks it's hysterical…and it's so disturbing, since she says it really loud."

Love added: "I get to rub abs for a living. I never thought that that would be my job, so that's exciting. It's a hard job, but somebody has to do it, and I'm glad it's me."

And given the fact she wears lingerie on set all the time, Hewitt admitted she's cut back on wearing the skimpy outfits in real life.

"I'm a soft-cozy-T-shirt-and-tank-top-and-big-baggy-sweatpants girl," she said.

The second season of The Client List premiered Sunday night and will air over the next four months. (Video)

'The Client List' Season 2: Jennifer Love Hewitt promises 'a lot of twists and turns'

Jennifer Love Hewitt reasons that since her character in "The Client List" is still a work in progress, so is the show.

After the high-rated movie she made for Lifetime in 2010, she reinvented the role -- as both actress and executive producer -- for the network's series version, which starts its second season Sunday (March 10). Her Riley Parks is still adjusting to being a deserted single parent and a massage therapist who's expected to provide "extra services" to her clientele, an aspect of the job she resists morally.

"Her husband (played by Brian Hallisay) has sort of returned, which changes things for her drastically," the friendly Hewitt tells Zap2it of the point where the series resumes. "She's sort of figuring out where he was, why he's back and how long he plans on staying ... and what that means for her relationship with Evan (the husband's brother, portrayed by Colin Egglesfield).

"And we're obviously back in the massage room with Riley and her clientele," adds Hewitt. 'This year, her clients play even more integral parts in the story lines. They're not just guys who are there for massages; a lot of them have bigger arcs in her outside life. And she's still trying to take care of two kids and raise them well ... so it's busy!"

Still, Riley continues to make a place in her life for Evan, and Hewitt reports they "definitely mix it up a bunch. It'll be interesting to see how the audience takes it. He's been there for her and her family, but she's also still married. And married to his brother, which obviously makes things pretty complicated. There are a lot of twists and turns."

Relieved that protests from real-life masseuses about their profession's depiction have gone down considerably since the premiere of "The Client List" last April ("They realized it was all in good fun, even somewhat fantasy-oriented"), Hewitt confirms she is kept constantly active by her jobs on the show both behind and in front of the cameras.

"For me, there are no real breaks to just sit in my trailer and relax," she confirms. "Someone is always coming in, asking a question or giving notes for four episodes ahead of where we are. That can be a bit confusing, because then, I go back on the set still thinking about that [future] episode."

And that's not all. "I'm also doing some directing on the show this season," Hewitt notes, "so that adds even more obstacles ... but in a great way."

'The Client List' Season 2: Jennifer Love Hewitt says striptease is 'exactly what I hoped for'

Jennifer Love Hewitt is reaffirming that she's "a woman ... W-O-M-A-N."

Little doubt is left by her striptease to the song made famous 50 years ago by Peggy Lee, in a video promoting the Season 2 premiere of Hewitt's Lifetime series "The Client List" Sunday, March 10. The actress-producer also croons the tune, and it's not her first time on that performance route: She did similar gyrating last year in a "Client List" promo in which she sang the "Sweet Charity" number "Big Spender."

"It's exactly what I hoped for," Hewitt tells Zap2it of the response the ads have generated. "Both of them have been based on a little dream I had of what we should do, and we had the help of [director-photographer] Matthew Rolston and Randy Jackson this time, which was just awesome. I don't think I've ever had as much fun as I did that day, and we've absolutely loved the reaction."

The "Client List" promos wouldn't be out of place on such shows as NBC's "Smash" and FOX's "Glee," being the big productions the commercials are. "We had a lot of rehearsal," Hewitt says, "and there were a lot of moving parts to get them done, but it was a lot of fun. And we'll be doing more music on the show this year as well; I'll be singing a lot."

As Hewitt continues her current role as masseuse and suddenly single mom Riley Parks, her previous series character still can be seen, since USA and ION run repeats of the former CBS show "Ghost Whisperer." And Hewitt is glad for it.

"It was a great experience," she recalls of the supernatural drama that lasted five seasons. "I'm really proud of how well it did, and of how it touched people. And I hope it will continue to be around for a while longer."

'The Client List': Jennifer Love Hewitt's 'I'm a Woman' sexy music video marks return

(Video) "The Client List" is returning to Lifetime in just a few short weeks. Star Jennifer Love Hewitt has recorded "I'm a Woman" to release as a single and promote the second season of her new drama.

When we last left Riley Parks (Hewitt), she had been working at a massage parlor that definitely offers some clients a happy ending. In the Season 1 finale, Riley's deadbeat ex Kyle returned and the corrupt cop is putting the pressure on.

Do you like Hewitt's single, a cover of the 1962 hit by Christine Kittrell? It will be available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon on Friday, Feb. 8 and "The Client List" returns to Lifetime on Sunday, March 10.

Jennifer Love Hewitt Sells Toluca Lake Home for $2.15 Million

Jennifer Love Hewitt is on the move!

A Toluca Lake, Calif., home that reportedly belonged to The Client List star sold for $2.15 million dollars on Dec. 13, E! News confirms.

The six-bedroom, six-bathroom home is nearly 6,000 square feet. It's described as a "gated, gracious, inviting celebrity owned traditional home with a wonderful flow for living and entertaining."

The impressive abode is located on one of Toluca Lake's most desirable streets (Miley Cyrus and her parents live nearby!) and features an outdoor pool and large patio where residents can enjoy the California sunshine.

Hewitt also owns a smaller property in the same neighborhood.

The 33-year-old actress—who starred on The Ghost Whisperer from 2005 to 2010—currently plays a scandalous and sexy masseuse on the Lifetime TV series The Client List.

This is happening: Jennifer Love Hewitt updating 'Pride and Prejudice' for Lifetime

Lifetime and "The Client List" star Jennifer Love Hewitt are working together on an update of Jane Austen's beloved novel "Pride and Prejudice."

Hewitt is an executive producer on the project, which moves the setting of Austen's novel from 19th-century England to present-day small-town Virginia, according to The Hollywood Reporter. It's called "Darcy's Town."

Sheryl Anderson ("Charmed") is writing the pilot, which will presumably center on the relationship between Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy. How Anderson and Hewitt will stretch the beats of their relationship over an ongoing series remains to be seen.

Hewitt's production company, Fedora Films, has a first-look deal with Lifetime. The cable channel is also developing an adaptation of Hewitt's book "The Day I Shot Cupid." Season 2 of "The Client List," meanwhile, is set to premiere next year.

Jennifer Love Hewitt Developing Movie For Lifetime Inspired By Derfwad Manor Blog

Lifetime has put in development Mrs. G’s Bigger Love, an original movie project executive produced by Jennifer Love Hewitt. Written by Julie Golden, the film is based on an entry in Heather Gatticio’s blog Derfwad Manor. In the post, Gatticio, a happily married mother of two, muses hypothetically about becoming a female polygamist, marrying the likes of George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Javier Bardem. The Lifetime project follows a bored Seattle housewife’s fictional day-in-the-the-life-of-a-female-polygamist blog.

When the blog attracts the attention of a book agent and she realizes the fame, money and validation she so craved during her bored and frustrated housewife existence, she finds herself forced to cover up her “normal” life in order to perpetuate the myth. Hewitt executive produces with Jeanie Bradley, executive at her Fedora Films. Mrs. G.’s Bigger Love stems from Fedora’s first-look deal with Lifetime. It joins a drama Hewitt has in the works at the cable network, an adaptation of her book The Day I Shot Cupid. Golden is repped by APA.

Jennifer Love Hewitt -- My Cups Runneth Over

(Photo) Alert the authorities, because Jennifer Love Hewitt got held up on Friday ... by her strapless floral dress.

The perky 33-year-old showed off her amazing God-given talents while walking around the set of her TV show "The Client List" in Van Nuys.

Good to see JLove getting the support she needs.

Lifetime Developing TV Series Based on Jennifer Love Hewitt's Dating Advice Book

Lifetime is staying in the Jennifer Love Hewitt business.

The cable network, which airs her series The Client List, is now developing a TV series loosely based on her 2010 book, The Day I Shot Cupid, Deadline reports.

In the New York Times bestselling book, Hewitt shares tips on romance based on her own dating experiences. Alphas scribe Matt Hastings will write the project, titled Finding Love, and executive-produce with Hewitt. The project is part of a first-look deal Hewitt signed with Lifetime last year when they ordered The Client List — which originated as a TV movie — to series.

Would you watch Finding Love?

Jennifer Love Hewitt's Mother Dies

Jennifer Love Hewitt's biggest supporter has died.

The actress's mom Patricia, 67, lost her battle with cancer on Tuesday, Hewitt's rep announced in a statement.

"Her family mourns her loss," the rep says. "She was an angel to all who knew her and they are grateful she is now in a better place. They ask for privacy at this difficult time. No further details are being provided."

Hewitt, 33, who kept her mom's illness private, appreciated her acceptance of the career decisions she made.

For example, the actress's mother was able to find her role as a prostitute on The Client List "hilarious," Hewitt joked two years ago.

"She was like, 'So let's review ... For 15 years people have been talking about your boobs. Earlier this year, you wrote about your hoo haw in a book. Now you're playing a crack ho on TV.' She was like, 'Do you think maybe you could do an animated movie next?' "

'The Client List's Jennifer Love Hewitt: 'There are a lot of scenes where I'm fully clothed'

Zap2it: Especially on the heels of your relatively conservative "Ghost Whisperer" character, "The Client List" is taking your image in quite a different direction. What prompted you to make that decision?

Jennifer Love Hewitt: I felt this was a great character to be able to do that with, because she's really so full. If she was just a "happy endings" specialist, I don't know that would have been as worth it for me. Because of the flip side of it -- she's also just this Texas mom doing the best she can, with a reason for doing this -- it felt like a good time for me to shake things up a little bit.

Zap2it: Do you feel your fans have accepted that, based on the show's initial ratings?

Jennifer Love Hewitt: Being in the business that you love for a long time is great, and what comes with that is an audience that grows up with you. Like any human beings, actors need to change and evolve and try new things. Hopefully, the audience will go with that.

Zap2it: The promotion for "The Client List" has gotten lots of attention, particularly since it shows you in a more revealing way than usual. Have you been comfortable with that?

Jennifer Love Hewitt: We wanted to go as far as we could, to show how provocative the show is ... but at the end of the day, this is still a mother of two, and there are lots of scenes where I'm fully clothed and having conversations with people and crying about the trials and tribulations of being a single mom. All of that is intercut with the images of giving sexy massages.

"The Client List" airs Sundays on Lifetime.

'The Client List' renewed for Season 2 - more Jennifer Love Hewitt cleavage coming in 2013

Excellent news for fans of Jennifer Love Hewitt's ample cleavage: "The Client List," the actress' Lifetime movie-turned-Lifetime series about a single mom working as a non-traditional masseuse, has been renewed for Season 2. That means we're getting 15 new episodes of the show in 2013, according to Lifetime's announcement.

"'The Client List' represents everything we want to be -- fresh, exciting and original with attitude," says Lifetime Networks President and GM Nancy Dubuc in a statement. "We love Jennifer and this series, and are equally thrilled that they have connected with our audience, especially as we express our new brand, 'Your Life. Your Time.'"

Hewitt says in a statement, "I couldn't be happier about Lifetime's decision to renew 'The Client List' for a second season. It has been so much fun working with such a great cast and crew on the wonderful stories we tell, and I'm ready to see where 'The Client List' takes all of us next year."

"The Client List" stars Hewitt as a Texas single who takes a job as a masseuse specializing in happy endings to support her family, and airs Sunday nights at 10 p.m. on Lifetime.

'The Client List': The wedding ring comes off

On the latest episode of "The Client List," Riley uses the Beaumont Belles charity ball to finally reveal to everyone (read: Taylor Berkhalter) that Kyle is gone and he's not coming back. Riley's girl-power moment of telling Taylor that says everything about Kyle and nothing about her was definitely a highlight of the episode.

It was also nice to see the show zig where we thought it would zag with Evan not taking Riley to the dance. Throwing them together too quickly would be unseemly, so it was nice just to see them connect at the end - and not have him with her when she got home.

It'll be interesting to see how Kendra handles her new getting-married-no-working thing. It would certainly be a shame to lose her from the show, so one would assume she'll end up breaking it off? Hmm.

And raise your hand if Garrett seems like a total snake in the grass? Georgia's on to him and hopefully Linette will be soon. He is absolutely bad news.

What did you think, "Client List" fans?

Jennifer Love Hewitt Feels Like "Total Fool" for Revealing Adam Levine Crush

Jennifer Love Hewitt's recent Adam Levine crush confession got more attention than she bargained for.

And the 33-year-old actress is definitely not too thrilled about that.

Now, she's taken to Twitter to express her regret over her revelation.

First a recap. Last week on Ellen, Hewitt said she's got her eye on newly single Levine, and then remarked to E! Online about her desire to "massage him." Appearing on Ellen this week, The Voice coach responded that he was "flattered," but also noted that her gesture was "aggressive."

Is that a bad thing?

Either way, that led to The Client List star tweeting today, "The moment when you make a comment about something or someone and the world makes you feel like a total fool.#keepcrushesquiet"

And continued with, "Am I dating? Am I crushing? No! I'm directing The Client List season finale!;)...Thank you to @adamlevine for being so gracious on Ellen about my crush heard round the world. I've learned a lesson.#Sssh."

We hope she changes her mind about keeping quiet because, well, that's just no fun for us.

Adam Levine Calls Jennifer Love Hewitt "Aggressive"

Jennifer Love Hewitt may be an "aggressive" flirt, but Adam Levine is a "pain in the ass."

The Maroon 5 frontman appeared on Ellen today, and, of course, the Client List star's public confession of eyeing Levine (which was made on the show earlier this month) was brought into conversation.

"I heard about that. That was aggressive," the Voice coach joked. "It was really sweet and flattering. Beautiful life, you know, when a beautiful woman says nice things about you."

Aw, how sweet! But watch out J. Love, this 33-year-old is not the easiest to handle.

"I can be a huge pain in the ass, huge pain in the ass," Levine says in the May issue of Paper magazine. "That's part of who I am and there's not a person I know who doesn't think I'm a pain in the ass. But I'm also really nice and a completely affable and socially adept person. There's a difference between being an asshole and a pain in the ass."

So is this pain in the you-know-what against the thought of settling down? Doesn't seem to be, but he's also not about to get into anything without doing his research.

"I'm extremely fascinated by [marriage]. I want to study marriage. I want to learn about it. I want to know it. I want to figure out whether or not I want to do it. I'm not just going to leap into it, because that's not good for anybody."

We're sure there are plenty of people willing to be your test subjects, Adam.

Betty White is on 'The Client List' for the season finale

Jennifer Love Hewitt's new racy Lifetime drama "The Client List" is welcoming a Hollywood A-lister for its season finale - the irascible 90-year-old Betty White, reports People.

In the season finale, Riley (Hewitt) is left in charge of The Rub, the day spa in Texas where she works, while her boss is out of town. White is playing Ruth Gibbons, the wife of one of Riley's clients. She offers Riley some advice about making a marriage last. Could it be that sending her husband to The Rub is one of her secrets?

The episode will also be directed by Hewitt. It will air Sunday, June 10 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime.

Jennifer Love Hewitt's Boobs Are 'King Kong' Size

(Video) Jennifer Love Hewitt has admitted she likes her boobs. Still, she was fairly horrified to see them super-sized up close on Wednesday.

Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the actress, 33, was discussing her mildly racy billboards for The Client List when Kimmel, 44, surprised her by having in a giant section of billboard featuring only her cleavage brought into the studio.

"No! No!" cried Hewitt, amused but mostly embarrassed, as stage hands placed the giant image behind her chair. "Seriously, that looks like a horror movie, blown up like that ... They look like King Kong's."

Kimmel joked that he was going to send the section of the ad to Hewitt's grandmother in Texas, who evidently hasn't seen the campaign.

"I'm waiting for that phone call, and I'm hoping it won't happen," says Hewitt.

Jennifer Love Hewitt Skips Makeup for Twitpic

(Photo) Attention, Adam Levine: Jennifer Love Hewitt looks pretty amazing au naturel.

Just after The Client List star went public with her crush on The Voice coach, she tweeted a makeup-free picture of herself.

"The no make up look," Hewitt wrote, linking to the self-portrait. In the photo, the 33-year-old actress smiles radiantly for the camera, and her skin glows without a trace of foundation or concealer.

Of course, playing a call girl on her new Lifetime show, Hewitt regularly glams it up. On Wednesday, the actress tweeted a done-up shot of herself on the set, showing off her bronzed skin and smoky-eye makeup.

"Wearing a dress and 6 inch heels this early while eating a hamburger with @CEgglesfield can only happen at 'The Client List' .#oddjob," she wrote.

All in a day's work.

The Client List: Why Are All of Jennifer Love Hewitt's Clients So Hot? Is That Plausible?

On Lifetime's The Client List, struggling single mom Riley (Jennifer Love Hewitt) makes ends meet by working as a prostitute in a local massage parlor called The Rub. Riley is broke and she's still reeling from the news that her husband, who just left her, had a secret prescription drug addiction.

These are all real-world problems, depicted with some degree of realism. But after Sunday's episode, we're calling foul on another of the show's details: The Rub's clientele is ridiculously, implausibly good-looking.

But why? Is this realistic? Does it glamorize prostitution? (You get to have sex with hot guys!) We wanted answers, so we headed straight to the source and asked Jennifer Love Hewitt if this TV fantasy has any basis in the truth.

"We definitely went for extraordinarily good-looking guys for the first couple of episodes," Hewitt admits, "just to sort of promise the ladies what they were hoping for — it is a TV series, after all! But the guys do get a little more normal-looking as the series goes on."

Another surprise? For a series about prostitution, the show has been decidedly PG — and according to Hewitt, that's not going to change any time soon. "There are definitely episodes and moments where it will get racier, but I think that people will be pleasantly surprised by how we sort of push the envelope to the point where you think you're going to get uncomfortable, and then we cut out to something else." It's hard to tell whether that's a relief of a letdown.

"It is an important story and she is a mom at the end of the day," Hewitt says. "We wanted the show to have a certain amount of class and elegance to the story telling," she says.

Have you been watching The Client List? Do you think it has class and elegance? Does it make you want to become a prostitute?

The Client List airs Sundays at 10/9c on Lifetime.

'The Client List': Riley learns Kyle's secret but it's not what she thought

This week on "The Client List," it's mostly home drama with some spicy girls night out from work thrown in.

When Riley finds a number for "Max" in Kyle's jacket, it turns out Max is a pretty blonde woman with a little boy - who looks just like Kyle. Max is also driving Kyle's old car that he told Riley he sold over in Galveston.

But it turns out that Kyle met Max in Narcotics Anonymous and they weren't sleeping together. He was addicted to painkillers after his accident at work. That could certainly help explain their money problems too, if he was buying drugs with what little money they did have.

In light of that revelation, Riley decides she has to move on - she even deletes Kyle's Texas football games off the DVR as a way to start the healing process. Such a metaphor.

Meanwhile, Evan and Riley continue to grow closer. How can she not see the giant torch he's carrying for her? The only thing he hasn't done is blurt out, "I'm madly in love with you."

Thoughts & Tidbits

The bar scene was fun. We kind of rolled our eyes at the "Before He Cheats" song choice, but then we decided that actually is perfect for a bunch of drunk girls at a bar. It was also a nice touch that they didn't sound perfect or produced. It sounded like a real night out at a karaoke bar, which is a great touch.

There weren't as many great lines this week, but Linette didn't disappoint - "If God meant for women to be single, he would've taught us all how to use a hammer."

The Client of the Week was kind of a snoozer, but we guess they can't all be sweet married reconciling with his wife like in the premiere. At least next week's Client of the Week looks to be pretty interesting.

What did you think, "Client List" fans?

Levine 'flattered' by Hewitt crush

Rocker Adam Levine has finally responded to Jennifer Love Hewitt's romance request, confessing he's flattered that the actress went public with her crush on him.

The I Know What You Did Last Summer star went public with her feelings for the Maroon 5 singer last week during an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, revealing she was interested in him as her leading man following his split from supermodel Anne Vyalitsnya.

But when Levine failed to respond to her remarks online, the actress feared she'd upset him.

In a radio interview with Texas DJ Bobby Bones on Friday, she said, "I feel like I should write him an apology letter on Twitter or something just to say I'm so sorry... I wasn't thinking that it was gonna turn into this whole thing and I feel bad... I was kind of hoping that he would say thanks for at least thinking that he's hot. He is hot!"

Now Levine has responded during a chat with news show Access Hollywood - he says, "It's very flattering and very sweet and lovely to hear."

Love for 'Maks'

Jennifer Love Hewitt had her eye on “Dancing With the Stars” hunk Maksim Chmerkovskiy on Monday night. Our spy at the show said “The Client List” star was in the audience and “trying to get Maksim’s attention. She was wearing a skintight dress, sitting front-row and smiling at him all night.” During the show, Hewitt also told host Tom Bergeron that she was rooting “for Maks.” Also in the audience were John Stamos, Nia Vardalos and Rita Wilson.

Cable Ratings

AMC's "Mad Men" (2.8 million viewers) and "The Killing" (1.8 million) were both pretty steady compared to last week's numbers, while Lifetime got 2.8 million people to tune into the premiere of "The Client List." [AMC/Lifetime]

Jennifer Love Hewitt Gets Digital Breast Reduction in The Client List Ad

(Photo) When it comes to Jennifer Love Hewitt's curves, could there really be too much of a good thing?

New ads for her show, The Client List, reveal the actress' ample chest was dramatically reduced with the help of Photoshop.

In the sexier ad on the right, the 33-year-old actress flaunts her breasts in a revealing, low-cut black slip. But a second, more modest version shows Hewitt's buxom boobs are noticeably smaller and her cleavage-baring negligee appears to be higher cut.

So what did Hewitt think about having a digital breast reduction?

"Somebody sent me a copy of the photograph, and I was like, 'Um, what happened?' " she told KROQ's Kevin & Bean Show on Friday, as excerpted by the New York Daily News.

"I'm not quite sure what's going on," she continued. "But apparently somebody wanted me to have a boob reduction."

Even though Hewitt plays a stripper and prostitute on The Client List, don't expect her to get completely naked for the role.

"That's not something that I feel particularly comfortable with," she told Entertainment Tonight. "I also think that it's sexier not to show everything."

Do you agree with J.Love that less is more?

'The Client List' premiere: Aye, there's The Rub

Welcome to "The Client List," the new primetime drama on Lifetime that debuted Sunday, April 8. Jennifer Love Hewitt is Riley Parks, a Texas woman in financial dire straits after her husband leaves who puts her massage therapy license to good use at a spa that offers "extras" to a select client list.

Overall, it was pretty enjoyable. It was a little irksome how the husband left - there wasn't enough build up to that, he seemed genuinely happy she got a job and then poof, he's gone. But that's a minor quibble since we all know going in she's going to be a single mom trying to make ends meet.

The spa, awesomely named The Rub, is fantastic. Loretta Devine is the de facto madame, and the surrounding cast of ladies is a lot of fun. Hilariously, the montage of special clients Riley works on is way too beefcake-y to be believable - seriously, the guys paying for happy endings are much more likely to look like the hairy back guy from her other massage montage. But maybe The Rub carefully screens the guys who want extras and throws out the fuggos.

On the homefront, Riley's mom is the wonderful Cybill Shepherd and Evan, the brother of her run-off husband, is Colin Egglesfield, last seen on the reboot of "Melrose Place." The Riley-Evan romance is a bit obvious, but Hewitt and Egglesfield have really decent chemistry together, so that's actually OK. We're intrigued to see it play out.

The save-the-marriage storyline could have gotten very cheesy, but the show seemed to just skirt the edge of that, largely due to Hewitt and the actor who played Jared's acting. It didn't get too saccharine. However, the show can't continue to treat Hewitt like some kind of prostitute angel every week because that would just get ridiculous.

As a whole, though, it was a fun beginning and we'll definitely keep tuning in.

Thoughts & Tidbits

The cast of the girls at the spa is excellent - we had no idea Kathleen York (Andie from "The West Wing") was in this as Jolene, the lady who doesn't give extras. And it's nice to see Naturi Naughton (Kendra) pop back up after failed "The Playboy Club."

Favorite lines of the night:

"That's not on the menu."

"I don't wanna be rude, but the girls that don't give extras don't really do very well here."

"The Lord never intended for women to be on their own"

"Duke knows exactly what I do to get big tips and he wants every detail. Turns him on. After eight hours of foreplay, by the time I get home, I am so randy, I can barely make it through the door. And by 'randy,' I mean horny."

"A man does not go lookin' elsewhere if he's gettin' what he needs at home."

What did you think, viewers? Are you a "Client List" fan?

Jennifer Love Hewitt Says She Dresses for a Man's Imagination

Jennifer Love Hewitt may play a provocative call girl on her upcoming Lifetime series, The Client List, but had the role called for baring it all, she'd have declined the offer.

"I wouldn't have done nudity, no," Hewitt, 33, said during a conference call when asked if she'd have taken on the project had it been on a racier network like Showtime or HBO. "That's not something that I feel particularly comfortable with."

Added the actress, "I also think that it's sexier not to show everything. I feel like imaginations can do way more."

Especially for now, it seems like the imagination is all a guy is going to get, given Hewitt's current relationship status.

"The men in my life are the crew members [on the show] ... and my one male dog, who gets very jealous because I'm gone a lot," she tells PEOPLE.

Of working on the show, which debuts Sunday at 10 p.m. ET, Hewitt says, "I love it. It's a lot of fun."

'The Client List's' Jennifer Love Hewitt on nudity, massage parlors and directing

"The Client List" is coming to Lifetime Sunday, April 8, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt as Riley Parks, a single mom in Texas who finds herself working as a massage therapist at a business where not every client is there just to receive a massage.

She tells the press that the idea for the show started out as a joke while they were filming the made-for-TV movie of the same name.

"We had sort of joked around when we were doing the movie about how fun it would be to sort of turn this into a series and really get in deeper with the lives of the women in the spa and everything," says Hewitt. "So when the movie did really well, I talked it over with everybody and said let's pitch it and see what they think and here we are."

A big aspect of the show is obviously the prostitution side of things and one wonders if the show would be more successful on a premium channel where the creators could be more graphic. But Hewitt says that was not ever part of the idea.

"I wouldn't have done nudity," says Hewitt. "That's not something that I feel particularly comfortable with. I also think that it's sexier not to show everything. I feel that people's imaginations can do way more."

Hewitt also didn't really research the massage parlor aspect of the show, because as an actress, Riley wouldn't be familiar with them. What Hewitt did want to research was the life of a financially-struggling single mom.

"For me, the part that I did more research on was being a single mom--playing a Texas woman in economic struggles, somebody who emotionally has to carry all of these secrets and all of this loneliness, and all of the stuff that she struggles with emotionally in the series," says Hewitt.

"I'm from Texas. All the woman in my family are from Texas, so I did more research in spending time with them and the women that I know and being single moms, and how they hold it all together with a full time job than I did the happy ending part of it, because for me that's not who Riley is," Hewitt continues. "That's where Riley finds herself, but that is not who she is, so I chose not to do research on that aspect of things, because it wasn't something that I needed to know how to play the part."

And finally, fans of "Ghost Whisperer" know that Hewitt directed several episodes of that show, which is something viewers of "The Client List" can also look forward to.

"I am directing the season finale, which I'm super excited about," says Hewitt.

"The Client List" premieres Sunday, April 8 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime.

'The Client List': Jennifer Love Hewitt doesn't give extras

Billboards, movie theater ads and the cover of the preview screener sent to critics are all confirming it.

And so is the star herself: This isn't the Jennifer Love Hewitt that television viewers are used to.

A racier image of the former "Ghost Whisperer" and "Party of Five" star is the big selling point of "The Client List," a series spinoff of the 2010 cable movie that earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination. Premiering Sunday, April 8, the Lifetime show casts the actress -- also one of its executive producers -- in the new role of Riley Parks, a Texas wife and mother who finds work as a day spa masseuse, then is left by her husband.

Many of her co-workers "provide other services," as the network puts it, to customers ... but Riley maintains, "I don't give extras." However, as her financial situation gets more dire, and the temptation of added profit increases, her internal moral battle grows. Loretta Devine ("Waiting to Exhale") plays the spa's pragmatic owner, with Cybill Shepherd and Colin Egglesfield ("Something Borrowed") as Riley's mother and brother-in-law.

"I've gotten so many text messages from friends, either standing beneath a billboard in L.A. or on a street in New York, standing next to me [on a 'Client List' poster] with their thumbs up,' Hewitt muses of the attention to her newest venture. "It's been quite fun, and it's nice to know that we're all working really hard on something the network is promoting."

Hewitt recalls that while making the initial movie, "We all joked about the fact that it could be a really interesting series. When you're filming something, you honestly have no idea how the audience will take it. Then after the movie did so well, it definitely was in the back of my mind: 'I wonder if there is more of this story to tell.' We could tell more of the ins and outs of the everyday life of someone who finds herself in this situation, and what that means for her and her family."

Thus was born the character Riley, but Hewitt believes the series is "enough like the movie that I think people who loved that will be satisfied. At the same time, it's very different. We have enough time to break down where this woman is, emotionally and psychologically, in the process. Since she's a single mom, you'll learn what her marriage was and is, and what the chances are for it to be again."

Even before its debut, "The Client List" had sparked controversy. The group Licensed Massage Therapists is opposing the telecast of the series, claiming it's "a huge step backward" in how the profession is depicted. "I feel badly that they feel offended," Hewitt tells Zap2it, "but I respect that people need to say what they need to say.

"I'm not saying every massage parlor in the world gives 'happy endings,' nor do I know which ones do, but it is a part of our society. And even if it wasn't, it's just a part of our story. It's entertainment."

Also a recurring guest star on TV Land's "Hot in Cleveland" as Wendie Malick's daughter, Hewitt is happy to have a major voice on the production side of "The Client List" as well.

"It's something that I'm sort of used to," she notes, "but I think that with every new project comes new problems and new excitement. Everything is so different, this comes with its own learning curve, but it's great. I care about every single second and what the audience thinks. And if we find ourselves with a hit show on our hands, it'll be that much sweeter."

Hewitt gets no love from Levine

Jennifer Love Hewitt has apologized to rocker Adam Levine for going public about her feelings for him but feels the singer should have at least acknowledged her compliments.

The TV star offered herself up as the Maroon 5 frontman's new girl after hearing he had split from supermodel Anne Vyalitsnya earlier this week.

During an appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, she hinted that she would like to hook up with newly single Levine, telling DeGeneres, "I’m just saying, 'Look, we would be cute'."

But now Love Hewitt is backtracking after her remarks were met by a fury of press articles and silence from Levine.

In a radio interview with Texas DJ Bobby Bones on Friday, she said, "Is there nothing else to talk about?"

When Bones asked her if anything had happened after she opened up about her celebrity crush, she added, "Absolutely nothing except that everybody is talking about it and Adam Levine will probably never speak to me.

"I feel like I should write him an apology letter on Twitter or something just to say I'm so sorry ... I wasn't thinking that it was gonna turn into this whole thing and I feel bad."

The actress admits she is a little upset that Levine hasn't said anything about her remarks: "I was kind of hoping that he would say thanks for at least thinking that he's hot. He is hot!"

Jennifer Love Hewitt Hopes to Rub Viewers the Right Way With The Client List

If TV viewers can embrace a pill-addicted nurse, a meth-making school-teacher and a forensics expert who moonlights as a serial killer, then surely there's room in our hearts for a massage-house hooker, right? Jennifer Love Hewitt is about to find out. The former star of Ghost Whisperer has parlayed her hit 2010 Lifetime movie The Client List into a weekly series (premiering Sunday at 10/9c) that's sure to raise eyebrows. She plays Riley Parks, a small-town Texas mom whose husband flies the coop and leaves her with two kids and mounting bills. Riley takes a job at a seemingly legit day spa only to discover that some of the clients expect way more than a back rub. Does she get disgusted and bolt? Oh, hell, no! Riley slips into some white-hot lingerie and delivers! We spoke with Hewitt about her controversial new gig, her problematic love life and, of course, those famously fabulous boobs.

TV Guide Magazine: The Client List movie had a ripped-from-the-headlines feel because Riley was based on several real-life women who became sex workers. But the series plays more like a naughty sex-fantasy rom-com. Since you're also an exec producer, explain.

Hewitt: We've definitely added more comedy. The movie had a serious tone because we were covering so much in two hours. Now we can explore the situation more and do it with some humor and finesse. There are no ghosts on this show. I'm no longer talking to dead people. I'm here to play a ho and have some fun. But I also hope to move people with Riley's plight. We're trying to strike a balance between the serious mom stuff and the sexy, wow stuff.

TV Guide Magazine: Are you worried some viewers may be offended by the "wow"?

Hewitt: To say I'm not would be lying, and I'm a pretty bad liar. We are definitely pushing the envelope. Lifetime is looking to branch out and shake things up. In fact, the word that's been used a lot around the office is "unapologetic." I fully expect people will judge Riley, and that's OK. Hopefully, we will sway your vote!

TV Guide Magazine: The movie had your character being arrested, prosecuted and sent to the slammer. Will she go that route in the series?

Hewitt: All fingers are crossed that we'll get a second season and, if so, we can maybe explore that. But there's more than enough stress and suspense and hot-water possibilities in Season 1. We want the audience to think that, at any moment, the jig could be up.

TV Guide Magazine: You keep it titillatingly vague just how far Riley goes with her clients. What exactly are we talking about here? Happy endings or really happy endings?

Hewitt: We're talking about happy endings only. Nothing more!

TV Guide Magazine: She also acts as a relationship adviser to her clients. Are you trying to convince us she's a public servant?

Hewitt: [Laughs] This is not just about a paycheck with Riley! She's there to help rehabilitate these guys. She finds out why they feel the need to come to her and then sends them back out into society to be better husbands or boyfriends.

TV Guide Magazine: She's a regular saint! Do you feel restricted trying to be this sexy on basic cable?

Hewitt: No, it's a good thing because my greatest challenge is being provocative without upsetting my grandma. I'm trying hard not to give her the big one!

TV Guide Magazine: So you really relate to Riley?

Hewitt: She's very close to who I am. [Laughs] Well, except for the happy-endings part! I'm also from Texas and I was raised by a single mom, who is my hero. I feel like I'm channeling my mother and all the other strong, feisty women in my family. This role means a lot to me because of that.

TV Guide Magazine: Are lingerie designers begging you to wear their stuff on the show?

Hewitt: They're not, and I feel they should be! [Laughs] What's the holdup? I've been working out a lot and purposely wearing Victoria's Secret—type stuff hoping they'll notice. It's always been my dream to be one of their angels.

TV Guide Magazine: You've been romanced by Carson Daly, Jamie Kennedy, John Mayer and Ben Flajnik, yet you recently Tweeted, "They keep saying there is a perfect person for everyone out there, but I seriously think that mine got hit by a truck." What kind of world are we living in when Jennifer Love Hewitt can't find the man of her dreams?

Hewitt: I know, right? It's terrible! The right man for me is out there, but I just don't know where. Maybe if he's under a truck I should be checking the hospitals. [Laughs] I should just walk into an ER and ask, "Are there any guys here who've not been claimed?"

TV Guide Magazine: Well, you certainly advertise enough! In the April issue of Maxim, you say, "I like my boobs. They've always served me well."

Hewitt: Everyone's acting like I brought up the topic, which is so not true. The writer asked, "What is your favorite body part?" Well, that would be my boobs, because they're the only part of my body that doesn't get negative comments. I do like them!

Jennifer Love Hewitt Has Her Eye on Newly Single Adam Levine

Jennifer Love Hewitt says she's happily single, but could be looking to change that – now that a certain rock star has come on the market.

"I always have my eyes out," the Client List actress, 33, says in an interview airing Thursday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "I just read two days ago that Adam Levine is single again ... I'm just saying."

The Maroon 5 frontman and judge on The Voice is indeed single, having split from his girlfriend of two years, model Anne Vyalitsyna. Now, Hewitt thinks she should probably swoop in.

"Look, we would be cute," she says, as DeGeneres shows a photo of Levine, 33.

The actress, who split from actor-director Alex Beh last year, certainly seems confident in her courting of Levine, even though her last romantic gamble – a date with The Bachelor's Ben Flajnik – didn't quite work out.

Jennifer Love Hewitt's Client List: "Lots of Skin," Says Hunky Costar

In case you haven't heard, Jennifer Love Hewitt is stripping down—way down!—for her new Lifetime series The Client List.

But the buxom beauty isn't the only one taking it off for the show.

Get ready to watch Hewitt's super hunky costar Colin Egglesfield (ex-Josh, All My Children) showing off his smokin' hot body...

"[There's] lots of skin [and] lots of oil!" Egglesfield told us at last night's L.A. premiere of L!fe Happens.

Oil? Hewitt plays Sam Horton, a masseuse who exchanges sexual favors for money.

"I'm not necessarily on the receiving end of her massages," Egglesfield, who plays Hewitt's brother-in-law, laughed, adding, "but there's a fair amount of my character mowing the lawn without his shirt on of course. Out in the back yard hitting the punching bag."

Sounds plenty good to us.

Egglesfield teased that the show's sex factor could be pretty risqué for some Lifetime fans.

"Unfortunately my character doesn't know about [Sam's] secret double life as a masseuse giving happy endings," he said. "It's strange because I never get to see her in her lingerie, in her getups and stuff, but reading the scripts, she definitely gets herself into situations where she has to make these decisions...In order to take care of herself and her family, she does things she needs to do."

Can't wait.

'The Client List': Meet Riley Parks

(Video) "The Client List" is coming to Lifetime, a new scripted series based on the 2010 made-for-TV movie of the same name. Jennifer Love Hewitt reprises her Golden Globe-nominated role from the film in the new series - Riley Parks, a single mother who unwittingly falls into a life of service (and not the waitressing kind).

In the above preview, Hewitt describes Riley as "a mother of two who has recently been left by her husband - Keeping the family afloat, paying off her mortgage and being a good mom is her number one priority."

"Riley is going through a very rough time," says co-star Cybill Shepherd, who plays Riley's mother. "She lost her job, she's got to support eveybody and she's got to go back to do some ... a little unusual work."

"She's trying to make ends meet and on top of it all, she's got this deep, dark secret. She's leading this double life," says Colin Egglesfield, who plays Riley's brother-in-law.

"The Client List" premieres Sunday, April 8 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime. Are you excited? We think it could be a lot of fun.

Jennifer Love Hewitt Strips Down to Play a Prostitute-Just How Far Will She Go?

(Photo) Have ya seen the nearly naked ads of Jennifer Love Hewitt for her upcoming Lifetime series, The Client List?

Holy, boobage! Wearing barely-there lingerie, the former teen queen leaves very little to the imagination.

But it's understandable—Hewitt is, after all, playing a prostitute.

Looks like it's going to be one hot, naughty television show, doesn't it?


"The subject of the show is a little risqué," costar Naturi Naughton told me at the E!-hosted Bully premiere in Hollywood. "But it's going to be pretty classy."

Classy hookers?!

"Well, we don't play it too safe, but I think we definitely respect it's Lifetime television for women and families," said Naughton, who also plays a prostitute.

In other words, horndogs can stop salivating now because there will be no nudity in the show. "It's pretty wonderful," Naughton said. "We're keeping it very, very tasteful."

Not that Naughton wasn't as surprised as we were to see Hewitt's boobalicious billboards plastered all over L.A.

"Girlfriend looks good," she laughed. "We were on set the other day and I said to her, 'I saw one of them in my neighborhood and I was like, 'Damn, girl!'"

The Client List, based on Hewitt's hit Lifetime TV movie of the same name, premieres April 8. Rounding out the cast are Cybil Shepherd and former Melrose Place hottie Colin Egglesfield.

Now we want to hear from you. Will you be tuning into the "classy" Client List or were you hoping for something a little more Fifty Shades of Grey?

So True? So False? Jennifer Love Hewitt Is eHarmony's New Spokeswoman?!

Anyone keeping up with Jennifer Love Hewitt's love life knows finding Mr. Right hasn't been easy. Just ask her ex-fiancé Ross McCall or off-again-on-again beau Jamie Kennedy for that matter.

But now if reports are to be believed, the former Party of Fiver and Ghost Whisperer star is putting all her past heartache behind her for a shot at new love by signing a deal to be the new spokeswoman for eHarmony, where she'll not only tout the company's success at online matchmaking but get set up as well.

So is this rumor really real? Well, E! News did some digging and can definitely say the answer is…

So false!

"There is absolutely no truth to it," Hewitt's rep, Sarah Fuller, tells E! News when asked about a story that first surfaced on a gossip blog picked up by The Superficial.

The original item claimed eHarmony "found one guy and flew him to Los Angeles for a date and the guy said 'she was bored, disinterested and was just doing it for the money.' "

Now that we know the truth, if there's anything Love's doing for boatloads of cash these days, it's showing off those curves in the latest issue of Maxim (her fourth cover, BTW).

The 33-year-old thesp is also taking a sexy turn as the star of the new Lifetime series The Client List, in which she plays a mother of two who moonlights as a prostitute. The drama premieres on the cable channel April 8.

Jennifer Love Hewitt: Which Body Part Does She Say Has "Always Served Me Well?"

Jennifer Love Hewitt's never been one to hold back on flaunting—or talking about—her god-given assets. And we don't mean the beauty-on-the-inside kind.

So natch, she's doing both in the latest issue of Maxim, giving everyone an eyeful of her bangin' bod—and an earful of exactly what she thinks about it.

Starting with her favorite body part. Which just happens to be…

"It's horrible to say, but I like my boobs," she tells the mag matter-of-factly. "They've always served me well. They're good."

Delightful, Love. Give props where they're due.

Hopefully they'll serve her well for her next role: as a prostitute in her new TV series The Client List.

"I've never played a character who is this overtly sexual," she says of her role as a former beauty queen turned mom who hits a rough patch and must turn tricks to make ends meet. "It's definitely going to be a departure from the normal stuff I do."

So what are some of the normal things that she likes to do?

Let's see: For starters, there's pole dancing, which she considers her secret skill. "It's a great way to stay in touch with your sexuality," she explains to the mag. "I also love to cook, so I can have a cake in the oven while I do a pole dance."

There's also the fact that she's still vajazzling—you know, the delicate art of adding some bling to your, ahem, family jewels that she supposedly popularized awhile back. Or, as she eloquently describes it to Maxim: "BeDazzling for your hoo-ha."

Her hoo-ha must be feeling pretty princessy these days: "I was vajazzaled for my Maxim shoot," she reveals.

Can't fault the gal for lacking sparkle.

Jennifer Love Hewitt: My Boobs Are My Best Body Part

(Photo) Gracing the cover of PEOPLE's 2011 Hottest Bodies issue, Jennifer Love Hewitt appeared confident baring her cleavage in a colorful two-piece bathing suit.

And the self-assurance she has when it comes to those body parts is no act, she says.

"It's horrible to say, but I like my boobs," Hewitt, 33, tells Maxim in its April cover story when asked what body part she is most proud of. "They've always served me well. They're good."

The svelte star also admits to doing something else to get in tune with her feminine side: pole dancing.

Hewitt, who will play a prostitute on Lifetime's The Client List series, says, "It's a great way to get in touch with your sexuality. I also love to cook, so I can have a cake in the oven while I do a pole dance."

But lately, the currently single starlet says there doesn't seem to be anyone to watch her sexy moves.

"It might sound so stupid, but guys do not hit on me," she notes. "I'm not really sure why."

Jennifer Love Hewitt on 'Client List' protesters: 'I respect that people need to say what they need to say'

Jennifer Love Hewitt is about to launch another series, but even before it debuts, some people are indicating they aren't fans.

The "Ghost Whisperer" and "Party of Five" alum debuts in a weekly spinoff of her Golden Globe-nominated Lifetime movie "The Client List" on that network Sunday. April 8. She's also an executive producer of the show, in which her new role is an abandoned Texas mother who makes a day spa her line of business. There, certain co-workers -- as Lifetime puts it -- "provide other services" to customers.

The group Licensed Massage Therapists is petitioning to keep "The Client List" from being shown, citing it as "a huge step backwards" in the depiction of their profession. "I feel badly that they feel offended," Hewitt tells Zap2it, "but I respect that people need to say what they need to say.

"I tried to make a joke on Twitter that I wondered why people were not writing to 'Dexter' about killing people, or to 'Nurse Jackie' about taking drugs on the job. Those are big, big television characters audiences love and adore .... so if there can be a serial killer we all like, I feel like a happy-endings specialist is the least of our worries."

Hewitt insists she admires professional masseuses, even with the take "The Client List" has on them. "At the end of the day, though, it's a television series," she adds. "I'm not saying every massage parlor in the world gives happy endings, nor do I know which ones do, but it is a part of our society. And even if it wasn't, it's just a part of our story. It's entertainment."

While her less-edgy image remains evident in "Ghost Whisperer" repeats on both WE: Women's Entertainment and ION, Hewitt finds it interesting that her portrayal of the career in that show never brought a peep of protest. Quite the opposite, in fact.

"No medium ever complained that I was playing a medium who had too much cleavage," she muses. "In fact, they were all like, 'Thank you so much!' I mean, I constantly had cleavage up to my chin, and not one medium had a problem with it. They were like, 'People think we're hot!' Now, if massage therapists could just feel the same."

Jennifer Love Hewitt's 'Client List' to debut in April

You love the video. Now Lifetime has announced a premiere date.

The Client List, Lifetime's new original drama starring and executive produced by Jennifer Love Hewitt (as a down-on-her-luck-single-mom-turned-brothel-mistress), will premiere on April 8 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

Cybill Shepherd, Loretta Devine and Colin Egglesfield also star in the 10-episode series based on the network's hit 2010 original movie. (Video)

Big Changes! Jennifer Love Hewitt Goes Blond, Rekindles an Old Flame?

(Photo) Blondes do have more fun!

Natural brunette Jennifer Love Hewitt —who is no stranger to changing up her hue—debuted some lighter locks over the weekend.

But is the 32-year-old actress pairing her new hair with an old flame?

It sure looks that way! A source tells E! News exclusively that Hewitt has rekindled her romance with actor Jamie Kennedy. (The Ghost Whisperer costars enjoyed a year-long romance that ended with a high-profile split in March 2010.)

Late last year, Hewitt split with actor Jarod Einsohn. Fortunately for the star, her old beau was conveniently unattached as well.

"They are dating again," the source tells us, adding that the reunited couple has been enjoying sleepovers at Kennedy's L.A. condo.

Hewitt's Twitter feed certainly has been lovey-dovey the past month. She's retweeted Love Quotes and Megan Fox's parody Twitter account's uplifting messages about romance and choosing to "look beyond the imperfections" in order to be happy.

Research Mission

Jennifer Love Hewitt was spotted shopping for toys at the Hustler store the other night on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles. Hewitt was solo and, according to our spy, “had a few pairs of thongs in her hand and was perusing the ‘toys’ section before making a purchase.” Perhaps the actress was doing some research for her new role in the Lifetime series “The Client List,” in which she plays a Texas mom- turned-prostitute. Her rep didn’t get back to us.

Jennifer Love Hewitt unveils sexy 'Client' striptease

(Video) This ain't the Ghost Whisperer. We're sure of that. But it is Jennifer Love Hewitt.

She has just unveiled one of three new promos for her new Lifetime series The Client. The show, about a down-on-her-luck Texas mom who resorts to turning tricks, is set to premiere in March.

Jlove tweeted that she was shooting the first episode last week. "It's so sexy and fun you guys will love it!;)"

And she tweeted today:

"Thank u to all my lovelys for the new promo support! Let's make 'The Client List'tv series a hit!!! big day today at the set. Big hugs..."

Jennifer Love Hewitt pours her curves into a low cut basque and racy fishnet stocking

(Photo 1, Photo 2, Photo 3) Famous for her enviably curvy figure, Jennifer Love Hewitt ensured she showed it off to the maximum in a new photoshoot.

The 32-year-old Ghost Whisperer star posted up on Twitter a sneak peek of one particularly racy shot, featuring her posing in a very low cut basque along with fishnet stockings and suspenders.

'Another sneak peek photo... Hope you like it!' the actress wrote underneath the picture which sees her pouting on a sofa, with a male model holding one on to one of her stocking-clad legs.

The latest picture is the third photograph the star has posted from the shoot.

Another black and white picture shows her looking stunning in a clinging black dress and white polka dot cardigan with her dark hair swept up into an elegant chignon.

A close-up image of the star shows her sporting smoky eye make-up, side swept hair and chunky jewellery.

Meanwhile, viewers will tonight get the change to see Jennifer in a far less racy guise in TV comedy Hot In Cleveland.

The star reprises her role as Wendie Malick's daughter Emmy, and disappoints Valerie Bertinelli's character Melanie when she announces she is engaged to her son Will, played by Joe Jonas.

'Our moms are shocked to find out that we're engaged,' Jennifer told People.

'I'm the wrong person for him because his character is really nice and down to earth, and mine is ridiculous and rude and has all the wrong priorities.

'At that point, our relationship unravels,' adds the actress, who recently reconciled with boyfriend Jarod Einsohn in real life.

'He sort of figures out who I really am, and I figure out that he's just not as exciting as I thought he was. And then we end up not together at the end. It's just sad.'

'Our parents in the episode try to convince us we're not right for each other,' 22-year-old Joe explains.

'We eventually realised it's not for the best.'

Jennifer Love Hewitt Taps Former Sony TV Exec Jeanie Bradley To Run Her Company

Jennifer Love Hewitt has appointed former Sony Pictures TV executive Jeanie Bradley as head of development and production for her company Fedora Films. The position had been vacant for a while as Hewitt had been looking for the right person. Fedora Films has a first-look deal with Lifetime for series and TV movies, which was made in conjunction with Hewitt’s pact to star in and produce the network’s upcoming The Client List; the series is based on the 2010 Lifetime movie toplined by the Ghost Whisperer alumna. Last season, Fedora sold two half-hour projects, Love Squared to Fox and Bad Taste In Men to ABC. Bradley spend a decade leading Sony TV’s current department as EVP of U.S. Current Programming. Hewitt, repped by WME and Untitled, most recently did a two-episode stint on TV Land’s Hot In Cleveland, reuniting with Betty White, with whom she starred in the 2011 Hallmark Hall of Fame movie The Lost Valentine on CBS.

Joe Jonas & Jennifer Love Hewitt Play an Engaged Couple

Apparently Jennifer Love Hewitt isn't a bring-home-to-mom kind of gal – at least not on Hot in Cleveland.

In a Jan. 25 episode of the TV Land series (airing at 10 p.m.), the actress, 32, reprises her role as Wendie Malick's daughter Emmy, and disappoints Valerie Bertinelli's character Melanie when she announces that she is engaged to her son Will, played by Joe Jonas.

"Our moms are shocked to find out that we're engaged," Hewitt tells PEOPLE. "I'm the wrong person for him because his character is really nice and down to earth, and mine is ridiculous and rude and has all the wrong priorities."

Explaining that the ladies are "pretty upset" about the impending nuptials, "Our parents in the episode try to convince us we're not right for each other," Jonas, 22, says.

Eventually, Malick and Bertinelli leave their kids alone to figure out their incompatibility by themselves.

"At that point, our relationship unravels," Hewitt says. "He sort of figures out who I really am, and I figure out that he's just not as exciting as I thought he was. And then we end up not together at the end. It's just sad."

Adds Jonas, "We eventually realized it's not best."


Jennifer Love Hewitt enjoyed the Venetian Las Vegas' Winter in Venice event before heading to a surprise birthday dinner at Lavo for beau Jarod Einsohn.

Cybill Shepherd To Co-Star On Lifetime Series 'The Client List'

In her first series regular role in more than a decade, Cybill Shepherd has closed a deal to co-star opposite Jennifer Love Hewitt in Lifetime’s upcoming drama series The Client List. Based on the network’s 2010 original movie, the Sony TV-produced series stars Hewitt as Riley, a Texas housewife who, after being deserted by her husband, ends up running a massage parlor, The Rub, which offers more than back rubs. Shepherd will play Riley’s mother Lynette, reprising her role from the movie, where the character was named Cassie. This marks Shepherd’s first series regular role since her 1995 sitcom Cybill created by Chuck Lorre. She recently recurred on USA’s Psych, Showtime’s The L Word and ABC’s Eastwick. Shepherd is with Buchwald/Fortitude and the Hofflund Co.

Playboy Club's Naturi Naughton Gets Hands-On With The Client List

Former Playboy Club co-star Naturi Naughton will continue serving men, albeit in a slightly more hands-on capacity, over on Lifetime.

Naughton has been cast as a series regular for the cable channel's upcoming series The Client List, based on its 2010 original movie starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, Deadline reports.

Hewitt plays a Texas housewife who's deserted by her husband and then begins to run The Rub, a massage parlor that offers sex healing in addition to therapeutic massages. Naughton will play Kendra, a hard-working masseuse at The Rub.

Naughton sang with girl group 3LW before going solo. She's also known for playing Denise in the big-screen Fame remake and donning Playboy bunny ears twice -- for both NBC's short-lived drama The Playboy Club and for an episode of Mad Men.

Lifetime's The Client List Adds Colin Egglesfield, Rebecca Field

Don't worry, Colin Egglesfield and Rebecca Field are on the list. The Client List, that is.

The former Melrose Place 2.0 and October Road residents, respectively, have joined the Lifetime series, according to Deadline and The Hollywood Reporter. The show stars Jennifer Love Hewitt as a single mom in Texas who winds up co-running a prostitution business.

The upcoming series, which Lifetime ordered in August, is based on the 2010 Lifetime TV movie of the same name. Egglesfield, 38, would play a new character — the brother-in-law of Hewitt's character, Riley. Field will play her longtime best friend.

Egglesfield currently recurs on Rizzoli & Isles as the brother of Detective Jane Rizzoli (Angie Harmon). Field most recently recurred on the now-canceled Hawthorne and will guest-star in an episode of Castle early next year.

New 'Bachelor' on Hewitt: 'She's a nice girl, but...'

On his publicized post-Bachelorette date with Hewitt: "She reached out and wanted to come up to the winery, which she did. We went out to dinner and just kind of chatted about life and the experience. She's a nice girl, but I wasn't – it was right in the middle of the time when I was deciding to be the Bachelor. When this is all said and done, ending up with a Hollywood celebrity is not something that I want."

Jennifer Love Hewitt -- Why Do Men Love Bitches?!

(Photo) It was a cold rainy day in L.A. yesterday and single lady Jennifer Love Hewitt tried to find some companionship with the self-help book "Why Men Love Bitches: From Doormat to Dreamgirl -- A Woman's Guide to Holding Her Own in a Relationship."

In the past, the 32-year-old has been linked to Carson Daly, John Mayer, Ross McCall, Jamie Kennedy and most recently an actor named Jarod Einsohn.

J.Love's ready for the next chapter of her life.

Moment Of Jen

Jennifer Aniston shared a romantic dinner with Justin Theroux on Monday in Hollywood. The pair, both casually dressed, looked cozy as they dined at the Sunset Tower Hotel’s Tower Bar. A witness in the restaurant said, “They sat in a corner table overlooking the city, deep in conversation and holding hands under the table. It was very sweet: They looked the image of happiness.” Also there dining separately were Tom Ford, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Rose McGowan.

Jennifer Love Hewitt Reveals Strict Holiday Diet

For some, the holidays are the perfect time to take a break from their yearly diet, but Jennifer Love Hewitt won't be indulging this holiday season.

The actress, 32, says she's buckling down to prepare for January when she'll start filming racy scenes in the TV series extension of her 2010 Lifetime movie, The Client List.

Playing a mom who gets into prostitution to make ends meet, Hewitt tells PEOPLE, "I will be in lingerie a lot, so I'll be working out. I will not be eating for the holidays."

Hewitt, who enjoys making – and devouring – mashed potatoes during this time of year, says she'll be doing Pilates while her family enjoys the food.

"This year will be loads of fun for me," she said, laughing sarcastically.

But once the holiday temptations pass, Hewitt has a lot to look forward to in 2012. Not only does she start filming her sexy Lifetime series, but she also guest stars in an episode of Hot in Cleveland with Joe Jonas that airs on Jan. 25. The TV Land comedy's season premiere is on Nov. 30 at 10 p.m.

Celebrities serve up turkey to LA's homeless

Kim Kardashian, Blair Underwood and other celebrities served up a Thanksgiving day meal to the homeless in Los Angeles.

Longtime Los Angeles Mission supporter and screen legend Kirk Douglas along with his wife Anne hosted the Wednesday event for the seventh year in a row.

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa served up turkey and posed for pictures with Kardashian and Jennifer Love Hewitt.

Organizers estimated there were 3,000 pounds of turkey, 700 pounds of mashed potatoes, 80 gallons of gravy and 600 pies.


Jennifer Love Hewitt stopped by the Style Network's Give & Get Fete at the London West Hollywood hotel, where she stayed tight-lipped when asked how things are going with new beau Jarod Einsohn. "They're fine, thanks for asking," she told us.

Jennifer Love Hewitt Makes Like Angelina Jolie

(Photo) For Halloween, Jennifer Love Hewitt and her latest love interest decided to dress up as an A-list couple: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt!

The twosome headed to Kate Hudson's annual costume bash with baby dolls in tow, paying homage to Brangelina's red carpet appearance in Cannes a few years back when Ange was preggers with Knox and Vivenne.

Baby bump-sporting Jen donned a green flowing dress reminiscent of Angie's famed Max Azria maternity number, while her actor beau, Jarod Einsohn, wore a wig and sunglasses.

Jennifer Love Hewitt "Super Excited" for New Bachelor

New Bachelor star Ben Flajnik is winning over hearts.

Including that of Jennifer Love Hewitt, who already publicly declared her support for the reality star when he was dumped by Ashley Hebert on the Bachelorette.

So what did she have to say about it this morning when we caught up with her at the Project Runway show at Fashion Week?

First of all, the Ghost Whisperer star denied rumors that she'd made out with Ben on a date recently.

"No, no," J.Love said, but she told us that she will definitely be tuning in for his season.

"I'm super excited he's the Bachelor—best of luck to him," she told us.

Jennifer also admits another guilty pleasure is Project Runway, natch, where she was rocking a skintight Hervé Léger bandage dress front row seat for the taping.

"I love the show, I think it's really fun," she dished to us. "I love seeing all the designers get the chances that they do."

The former Party of Five actress told us she also has a thing for the show's mentor, Tim Gunn, and his notorious "make it work" attitude.

"I have a little bit of a crush on [him]," she admitted. "I think he's so fun, he's so adorable and he just always looks so dapper, and I just heart him."

Jennifer quickly added, "I love Heidi [Klum], too."

Of course she does. Or else it's auf wiedersehen from that front-row seat.

Love Hewitt out with new man

Actress Jennifer Love Hewitt has sparked speculation she's dating actor Jarod Einsohn after the pair was spotted enjoying a dinner date together.

The star was forced to deny she was romantically involved with The Bachelorette star Ben Flajnik earlier this month, insisting she is "totally single".

But now Love Hewitt appears to have found a new man after she was snapped walking in Los Angeles with Einsohn's arms around her waist following a meal.

The pair, first spotted dining together earlier this month, spent the evening eating at Japanese restaurant Katsuya before they walked to a waiting car as Love Hewitt smiled for the cameras.


Jennifer Love Hewitt celebrated the wrap of her newest movie, Jewtopia, with her cast and crew during a bash at Lexington Social House in L.A. The actress arrived first and helped get the party started. Guests also munched on assorted flatbreads and other snacks, including duck rillettes, and drank Stoli cocktails during the party.

Lifetime Turning The Client List Into TV Series Starring Jennifer Love Hewitt

Lifetime is adapting its 2010 film The Client List into a TV series starring and produced by Jennifer Love Hewitt, Deadline reports.

The network has ordered 10 episodes of the series, which will launch sometime next year.

In the TV movie, based on a true story, Hewitt played a Texas housewife whose husband injures his knee and can't work. To support the family, she begins work at a day spa only to learn the business offers much more than just massages. She soon partners with the spa's disorganized owner to run the business.

It looks like the series will turn Hewitt's character into a single mom who enters the "spa" biz only after her husband abandons her. She will struggle to balance duties as a single mom in a conservative town and her career as a determined businesswoman who must hold together a group of fiery and unpredictable employees.

Lifetime has also signed a development deal for both potential series and movies with Hewitt's production company, Fedora Films, which also include Hewitt directing an upcoming Lifetime movie. "Beloved by viewers, Jennifer Love Hewitt is an amazing talent on and off the screen and we are very excited about continuing our relationship with her on The Client List," said Lifetime Networks' president and general manager, Nancy Dubuc, told the site. "This project falls in line with our strategy to expand Lifetime's slate with unapologetic programming that will surprise audiences."

Jordan Budde (Beverly Hills, 90210) adapted the film to series, and the film's producers Dannielle Thomas, Howard Braunstein, Michael Jaffe and AJ Rinella will also executive-produce the series alongside Hewitt. "Jordan Budde has written a show that truly reflects the spirit of the movie and I am looking forward to an amazing partnership with Lifetime as both a producer and actress," Hewitt said.

This will be Hewitt's first series since Ghost Whisperer, which was canceled by CBS in 2010 after five seasons. She most recently guest-starred on Law & Order: SVU last season and starred in the CBS TV movie The Lost Valentine. Hewitt earned her first Golden Globe nomination for her performance in The Client List, which drew 3.9 million viewers when it premiered in July 2010.

Will you watch The Client List series?

Hewitt falls for reality show runner-up

Unlucky-in-love star Jennifer Love Hewitt is courting a reality TV hunk after making it clear she was a big fan on

The actress fell for Ben Flajnik when he appeared as a contestant on The Bachelorette earlier this year.

She tweeted, “OMG! Ben F... Gotta book a flight to Sonoma!!!”

And, according to Life & Style magazine, she wasn’t joking - Hewitt and the rejected romantic were spotted dining out in San Francisco, California on Saturday.

The couple was spotted at Lion’s Pub, where revellers tells the publication the pair was “making out”.

Another onlooker tells Life & Style, “Ben and Jennifer Love Hewitt appeared to be dating.”

Flajnik, a winemaker from Sonoma, California, was a runner-up on the most recent season of The Bachelorette.

Hewitt has had a string of romance let downs - her most recent relationships with comedian/actor Jamie Kennedy, Alex Beh and British actor Ross McCall all ended in heartbreak.

'Law & Order: SVU': Jennifer Love Hewitt reportedly out, Ice-T reups for two years

"Law & Order: SVU" has been going through some major changes lately. Star Christopher Meloni has announced he is not returning for Season 13 and his longtime cohort Mariska Hargitay has scaled back her role to part-time.

But one shakeup that does not appear to be happening is Jennifer Love Hewitt joining the show as a semi-replacement for Hargitay. Deadline is reporting they hear that despite the rumors of Hewitt's joining the show, it is no longer happening. That doesn't mean there won't be a new female pairing up with Hargitay's Benson, but it's not going to be JLH.

Someone who will be back, however, is star Ice-T. He took to Twitter Friday (June 10) to say, "EXCLUSIVE: I've just locked in my new SVU deal.. So I'll officially be back for the next 2 years at least. DONE."

He adds, "INSIDE SVU: At this moment no one else is locked as new members of the show."

Love Hewitt pelted with Rotten reviews

Jennifer Love Hewitt has been voted the worst film actress since 1985 in a new movie survey.

The I Know What You Did Last Summer star has been shamed in the poll, which used results from movie ratings website to determine Hollywood's winners and losers.

Love Hewitt was named Worst Actress thanks to her terrible turns in the horror movie and its sequel, the Garfield films and Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit.

American Beauty star Mena Suvari came second, while action man Chuck Norris was given a thumbs down by film fans and was crowned Worst Actor.

However, British movie director Mike Leigh came out on top - he was rated Best Director with over 90 per cent positive reviews of his films on the website. Josh Brolin and Dakota Fanning were named Most Improved.


Nicole Richie stepped out with some girlfriends for margaritas at Casa Vega in L.A. The restaurant also hosted Jennifer Love Hewitt, who lunched there with girlfriends and dined on guacamole, chips, beef tacos and crab and shrimp enchiladas.

Love Hewitt doomed to the single life

Actress Jennifer Love Hewitt insists the reason she has yet to wed is because she failed to catch a friend's wedding bouquet.

The romantic star tried to catch the tossed flowers when she was serving as a pal's bridesmaid - and she's convinced the fact she missed has cursed her love life ever since.

Tradition has it the girl who catches the bride's bouquet will be the next to wed.

The 32 year old actress, who recently split from boyfriend Alex Beh, recalls, "(Actor) Luke Perry was single at the time and I'm like, 'This is my moment!' And so I dove for the bouquet and this woman knocked me out of the way, onto the floor.

"So what happens when that happens is you're like me - you just date a lot and never get married."

Love Hewitt was once engaged to British actor Ross McCall and she has dated Jamie Kennedy and John Mayer, among others.

Report: Jennifer Love Hewitt Eyed as New SVU Lead as Mariska Hargitay Signs Deal to Return

Jennifer Love Hewitt is being eyed as the new female lead on Law & Order: SVU as Mariska Hargitay has signed a deal to return for the 13th season in a reduced capacity, Deadline reports.

Hargitay, who had asked for her workload to be scaled back, will work fewer hours for the same salary of $385,000 an episode, according to the site. At midseason, her character, Det. Olivia Benson, will be promoted to a supervisor position, during which a new female detective, presumably played by Hewitt, will take her place.

Hewitt, who earned raves for her guest spot as a rape victim on SVU earlier this season, has not received an official offer yet, Deadline says.

As for Hargitay's partner-in-crime-fighting, Christopher Meloni is seeking a raise and has not yet locked in a deal, according to Deadline.

Reps for NBC and Dick Wolf had no comment. An email to Hargitay's rep was not immediately returned.

What do you think? Is Hewitt a suitable replacement for Hargitay? Can any pairing top Benson and Stabler's?

Newly Single Jennifer Love Hewitt Gets Her Party On!

Breakup? What breakup?

A once-again single Jennifer Love Hewitt was out partying last night in Las Vegas.

How crazy did things get for the former Ghost Whisperer star?

Hewitt was so not the party animal—as if she ever is!

She and a gaggle of girlfriends hit the Wynn's Blush Boutique nightclub at about 11:30 p.m. and danced to the sounds of DJ Jace. FYI: Hewitt showed off her legs in a short patterned minidress.

And her drink of choice? Water.

Cheers to all the single ladies!

As you may remember, we told you last week that Hewitt and her filmmaker boyfriend Alex Beh recently broke up after about a year of dating.

Also in Sin City last night, Twilight star Nikki Reed celebrated her 23rd birthday at Sugar Factory American Brasserie and Gallery nightclub at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. By her side, of course, was her new beau, American Idol contestant Paul McDonald.

That was Zac Efron on Thursday at the 2011 L.A. Family Housing Awards at the Music Box Theatre, where he mingled with event chair Warner Bros. exec Blair Rich and actress Cody Horn, among others.

The big surprise of the evening? Actor P.J. Byrne was the hit of the night when he proved to be quite hillarious, emceeing the event at the last minute after George Lopez unexpectedly had to bail out. "P.J. had everyone cracking up and helped raise $50,000 during the live auction," one event-goer told me.

And talk about a big hunk of hotness in one room. Joe Jonas, Kellan Lutz, Colin Egglesfield and Xavier Samuel were among the finely dressed men at the Simon Spurr and Mr. Porter soirée at the Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood.

And speaking of the Chateau, Ryan Phillippe, Rachel Bilson, Emma Roberts, Maggie Q and a slew of other boldfaced names are expected there tomorrow night for DeLeón Tequila's two-year anniversary party and the unveiling of the new 102-proof DeLeón Extra Añejo.

And that was our Glee pal Darren Criss taking in a recent performance of musical stage show Re-Animator at the Steve Allen Theater in Hollywood.

Abigail Spencer and Make Believe Clothing hosted a benefit also last night for UgandaProject in L.A. with guests including Jason Ritter, Kelis, Maggie Grace and Shenae Grimes.

Jennifer Love Hewitt Splits from Boyfriend

It's over for Jennifer Love Hewitt and her beau Alex Beh.

The couple have split up, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.

"She’s doing fine," says the rep for the Ghost Whisperer star, 32, who dated actor-director Beh for less than a year.

Last November, the pair got cozy on the red carpet for the Rock the Kasbah gala in L.A., and Hewitt praised her new boyfriend as being an "old-fashioned" gentleman.

Hewitt is currently working on an episode of Hot in Cleveland.

Fast National ratings for Sunday, January 30, 2011

Football fever continues, as the AFC/NFC Pro Bowl lifted FOX to a win on a night usually dominated by CBS. The NFC defeated the AFC in Honolulu, Hawaii, while an average of over 12 million people watched at home.

Meanwhile, CBS ran "The Lost Valentine," a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie starring Jennifer Love Hewitt and Betty White, which built its audience throughout the night. ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" hit a season high.

The Pro Bowl helped FOX win the night with 12.3 million viewers and a 7.0 rating/11 share in households. CBS followed with 11.8 million (7.5/12). In third was ABC (7.5 million, 4.2/7), followed finally by NBC (4.6 million, 2.8/4).

In the key 18-49 demo, FOX led with 4.4, followed by ABC (2.1), CBS (1.9), and NBC (1.3).

Sunday hour by hour:
7 p.m.
FOX: 2011 AFC/NFC Pro Bowl (13.1 million, 7.5/12)
CBS: "60 Minutes" (10.1 million, 6.5/11)
ABC: "America's Funniest Home Videos" (8.4 million, 4.6/7)
NBC: "Dateline: NBC" (5.8 million, 3.8/56)
18-49 leader: Pro Bowl (4.6)

8 p.m.
FOX: 2011 AFC/NFC Pro Bowl (13.4 million, 7.5/12)
ABC: "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" (9.5 million, 4.8/7)
CBS: "Undercover Boss" (8.1 million, 5.1/8)
NBC: "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" (4.0, 2.5/4)
18-49 leader: Pro Bowl (4.7)

9 p.m.
CBS: "The Lost Valentine (13.5 million, 8.5/13)
FOX: 2011 AFC/NFC Pro Bowl (10.4 million, 6.1/9)
ABC: "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" (9.5 million, 5.4/8)
NBC: "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" (3.9 million, 2.3/4)
18-49 leader: Pro Bowl (4.0)

10 p.m.
CBS: "The Lost Valentine" (15.5 million, 9.9/15)
NBC: "National Treasure: Book of Secrets" (4.6 million, 2.7/4)
ABC: "Desperate Housewives" rerun (3.5 million, 2.3/4)
18-49 leader: "The Lost Valentine" (2.5)

Jennifer Love Hewitt: Lost Valentine


Jennifer Love Hewitt and Betty White star in THE LOST VALENTINE, the 241st Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation, to be broadcast Sunday, Jan. 30 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. In the drama, a TV reporter's (Hewitt) own love life is impacted by her Valentine's Day-themed assignment to profile a woman (White) whose love for her husband remains as strong as when she last saw him several months before he was declared MIA while serving during WWII.

The movie begins during WWII when Caroline (Meghann Fahy), a pregnant young woman, goes to Union Station to see her navy pilot husband, Neil Thomas (Billy Magnussen), off as he departs for active duty. It's Valentine's Day and happens to also be their one-year wedding anniversary. Before their son is born, Neil's plane goes down in the Pacific and he's declared missing in action and never located. But every year on their anniversary-up to present day-a now older Caroline (White), who never remarried, returns to Union Station to salute the memory of her lost husband.

Sixty-five years later, Susan (Hewitt), a TV reporter, is assigned to do a human interest story on how Caroline has kept her love alive all these years. Caroline is reluctant to be profiled; however, Susan is persistent and, to the frustration of Caroline's protective grandson, Lucas (Sean Faris), Caroline eventually concedes. When Susan decides to try to help Caroline get some much-needed closure by secretly attempting to discover what happened to Neil 65 years earlier, Lucas eventually starts to see a different and appealing side of Susan. Susan, meanwhile, is torn about her long-time boyfriend's marriage proposal and finds herself wanting to spend more and more time with Lucas.

Recently, Jennifer Love Hewitt completed a five-year run in the lead role of Melinda Gordon on CBS's drama series, "Ghost Whisperer." Her additional television credits include the lead role in the cable movie, "The Client List," which she also produced; the title role in the movie, "The Audrey Hepburn Story," and a recurring role as Sarah Reeves on the drama series, "Party of Five." Among her feature film credits are "I Know What You Did Last Summer," "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer," "Heartbreakers," "The Tuxedo," "Garfield," "Garfield 2: A Tale of Two Kitties" and the independent features "If Only," which she produced via her production company, and "The Truth about Love." Her first book, The Day I Shot Cupid, was a New York Times best-seller.

Seven-time Emmy Award winner Betty White's acting credits span over 60 years. She is currently starring in the second season of the cable series, "Hot In Cleveland." Last season, she hosted one of the highest-rated "Saturday Night Live" episodes, for which she won an Emmy Award for "Guest Actress in a Comedy Series." Her memorable portrayal of Sue Ann Nivens on CBS's "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" earned her two Emmy Awards and she garnered an additional Emmy win for her popular character, Rose Nylund, on "The Golden Girls." For the title role in her first comedy series, "Life with Elizabeth," which she also produced and wrote, she won another Emmy Award, and she earned a Daytime Emmy Award for "Best Daytime Game Show Host" for "Just Men." White had a regular role on the series, "Mama's Family," and has had recurring roles on series such as "Boston Legal," "That '70s Show" and CBS's daytime drama, "The Bold and the Beautiful." In addition, she guest-starred on "The John Laroquette Show" (which earned her another Emmy Award), "The Middle," "Community," "30 Rock," "Ugly Betty," "Ally McBeal" and "Suddenly Susan," to name a few. Some of White's feature credits include "The Proposal," "Lake Placid" and "Bringing Down the House." Earlier this year, the Screen Actor's Guild honored her with the SAG Life Achievement Award. White was also recently awarded the Charlie Chaplain Britannia Award for Excellence in Comedy from BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts). She will also be inducted into the California Hall of Fame. White is the author of six books, two of which she's currently writing.

Jennifer Love Hewitt and Brent Shields ("When Love Is Not Enough: The Lois Wilson Story," "The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler") serve as executive producers of "The Lost Valentine;" Barbara Gangi ("I Think I'm Alone Now") is producer. It is produced by Andrew Gottlieb ("A Dog Named Christmas," "Front of the Class") and is from Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions, Inc. and Paulist Productions. Darnell Martin ("Law & Order: Criminal Intent," "Her Eyes Were Watching God") directed from a script by Maryann Ridini Spencer and Barton Taney. It is based on the book by James Michael Pratt.

Hewitt has wedding ring picked out

Romantic Jennifer Love Hewitt is so keen to wed she has already picked out her Tiffany rings.

The actress admits she has selected three bands at the top jewellers in the hope it will make her future husband’s choice easier.

Appearing on Tuesday’s Ellen DeGeneres Show, Hewitt says, “I feel like I’m doing the guy a favour. I feel women are very confusing. We never know what we want and we’re not very good at nailing that down for them, and I feel like I don’t want to be upset if he picks a bad ring.”

And the actress reveals she lets her man know about the rings whenever a relationship is getting serious: “If it gets to that conversation, if marriage comes up, I’m like, ’You know what’s so weird, there is this store and there are three rings in it... And if you choose one of these three, I’m going to be really excited. And if you go off on your own, we can have an awful, awkward moment. So why would you want to do that?’”

Hewitt is currently dating actor/director Alex Beh.

Jennifer Love Hewitt & Alex Beh Improvise a Live Tweet at Globes

What scares Jennifer Love Hewitt? The Twitter bird – and what she could do with it.

"I feel like with my mouth I would get in trouble all the time," Hewitt, 31, tells PEOPLE. So, in an improvised verbal "live Tweet" from the Golden Globe red carpet, she and boyfriend, actor and director Alex Beh, 27, described their experience, which in a haiku-like result, had them "sweaty" and "smiley."

Hewitt, 31, nominated for best actress in her role in the made-for-TV movie, The Client List, however, will leave the future social networking to Beh.

"He loves it," said Hewitt, who told PEOPLE back in November that her beau cooks a great Thanksgiving Day turkey. "He [Tweets] for both of us."

Golden Globe Red Carpet Quotes

"He was just really funny. It wasn't anything in particular that he said. He was just really funny."—Jennifer Love Hewitt on how her new boyfriend, Alex Bleh, won her heart when they first met

Jennifer Love Hewitt Has Golden Globes Jitters

Jennifer Love Hewitt is no stranger to the red carpet, but gearing up for her first Golden Globes as a nominee is bringing out a whole new range of emotions.

"I'm super excited [and] very nervous, oddly enough," Hewitt told PEOPLE at a W magazine party celebrating the Golden Globes Friday night. "I don't get nervous, but I feel nervous. I'm really excited."

Hewitt, who attended the party with her actor boyfriend Alex Beh, earned her first Globe nomination – best performance by an actress in a mini-series or a motion picture made for television – for her portrayal of a Texas physical therapist-turned prostitute in The Client List.

One thing the actress can feel relaxed about is her Golden Globes gown.

"I tried on like 20 dresses, and it was the one that each of the three times I went back, I put it on and it was the dress I stood up the straightest in," she says. "I felt like, 'Yeah, this is me, and this is my dress!' "

And Beh is a fan as well, according to Hewitt: "He saw a picture and he loves it," she said.

The Ghost Whisperer star and her new man are "good" and "feeling good about where we are," she says, shooting down the idea that they're feeling pressure to take the next step in their relationship.

As for what makes them work as a couple, "friendship ... is the best part," Hewitt says. "We are good friends, and we have really good communication, oddly enough, because I'm not good at communicating in relationships [but] he's teaching me."

The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards, hosted by Ricky Gervais, will air live Jan. 16 on NBC at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.

What's Up With Jennifer Love Hewitt and Her Boyfriend?

I know what Jennifer Love Hewitt may be doing with her boyfriend Alex Beh this spring.

The Golden Globe nominee tells me…

She and Beh will be in Chicago filming the coming-of-age indie flick Warren. Beh not only wrote the movie, but he's also producing, directing and costarring in it. Hewitt is playing his ex-girlfriend.

And then she'll be going behind the camera to make her feature film directorial debut with a big screen adaptation of children's horror book, Wait Until Helen Comes. "I directed [Ghost Whisperer] a few times so this is new and exciting," Hewitt told me earlier this week at TV Land's party for Hot In Cleveland and new series Retired at 35.

She wants to shoot in the flick in Rhode Island. Casting hasn't begun, but Hewitt said, "I would love Maria Bello to be in it. I would love her to play the mom in it."

For now, Hewitt has Sunday's Globes to worry about. She's up for Best Actress in a Miniseries/TV Movie for her starring role as a suburban housewife-turned-call girl in Lifetime's The Client List.

She's already jotted down some notes for an acceptance speech—not because she thinks she's a shoo-in to win. "I'm terrified to speak in public," she confessed. "It's bad, so I did write a few things down on a little piece of paper."

Jennifer Love Hewitt 'bummed' for 'Ghost Whisperer's' Melinda

Jennifer Love Hewitt knows, especially given her name, that she'll always be linked to romance.

Last year, the former "Ghost Whisperer" star became an author with the relationship memoir "The Day I Shot Cupid," and she made headlines again for having a new beau ... actor-director Alex Beh. Hewitt's next television project reaffirms her ties to love: She stars with Betty White in the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" drama "The Lost Valentine" Sunday, Jan. 30, on CBS.

"I definitely tend to gravitate toward things that have romance in them," Hewitt confirms to Zap2it. "I had a lot of fun writing the book, and I really would like to write another one at some point, though I'm not sure when I'll be able to do that. I learned some things from people who read the book, and I learned some things about myself on the book tour. I feel I have some things to say about that."

However, Hewitt has nothing to say -- not yet, at least -- about Valentine's Day 2011. "It's one of my favorite holidays," she allows, "but I don't know what our plans are going to be."

While she has come to terms with the end of "Ghost Whisperer," Hewitt admits that took some time. Now a nominee for a Golden Globe Award for the Lifetime movie "The Client List," she bought into rumors that ABC might pick up her weekly drama when CBS canceled it last spring after five seasons.

"For me, it was a total shock," she says of realizing the series wouldn't continue. "I thought our next season probably would be the last, just because the show had been on for a really long time. It's hard to come up with new things that will keep people intrigued, but I never thought in a million years that was going to have been our last season.

"I was bummed for Melinda," Hewitt adds about her spectre-seeing "Ghost Whisperer" character, "because I didn't feel the series ended the way that she deserved for it to. We left the audience sort of hanging, and I hate that.

"When you've taken people on a journey for so long, the least you can do is give them a goodbye. For a show that was about unfinished business, we didn't get to finish."

2011 Golden Globes nominations

The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards show will air at 8 p.m. ET Sunday, Jan. 16 on NBC with host Ricky Gervais.

Best Actress in a Miniseries/Made-for-Television Movie:
Hayley Atwell, "Pillars of the Earth"
Claire Danes, "Temple Grandin"
Judi Dench, "Return to Cranford"
Romola Garai, "Emma"
Jennifer Love Hewitt, "The Client List"

'Whisperer' DVD a fitting wrap

(Ghost Whisperer - Complete Series) Endings are beginnings. The sudden end of the TV series Ghost Whisperer -- a supernatural drama starring Jennifer Love Hewitt as Melinda Gordon, a caring woman who interacts with ghosts through her paranormal powers -- meant that cast and crew had to move on when CBS executives wielded the axe in May.

Series creator John Gray, who had already reduced his role to consultant and occasional writer-director for the last two seasons, finished his excellent feature film White Irish Drinkers and took it on the festival circuit. His creative partners and friends, co-executive producers Ian Sander and Kim Moses, moved on to other intriguing projects, including development of the reality show Ghost Town and the drama Ghost World for ABS, where Sander-Moses Productions is based.

In home entertainment, Ghost Whisperer is also a wrap, at least on DVD. Ghost Whisperer: The Final Season is available as a six-disc set loaded with generous extras Sander and Moses are proud of creating, because they propel their show beyond the average for TV-on-DVD. There is also a new value-pack that shrink-wraps all five seasons together for first-timers. The only step left is Blu-ray. Sander is eager, he says in an interview, "but that is a Paramount Home Entertainment question." The answer? No plans yet.

The complete DVD cycle begs another question: What is the Ghost Whisperer legacy? "I think we have given people a lot of comfort," Gray says. "I think one of the reasons the show might have been successful is the post 9-11 world where more people are hoping there is something else -- and not just this." Gray is referring to the afterlife, if it exists. "I think the show may have given people a little hope that that's there. But, even if you don't believe in the supernatural, I think the show dealt with grieving and coming to terms with loss and coming to terms with things unsaid, which is why we could have gone on forever because you just never run out of stories. My only regret is that we didn't know we were making the last show when we were making the last show."

For Sander, the end still stings, even though he calls it a network business decision he cannot dispute on a purely financial basis. CBS cancelled the show. A proposed move to ABC failed. "I don't have any regrets about it but, looking back at it, I don't think I'm grateful it ended or that it ended at the right time."

Sander says Ghost Whisperer had more to give. "I don't think we were finished yet telling the stories, had the opportunity been there. This is a show that was really about Melinda's life. And lives don't fit necessarily into neat boxes the way television shows do. There are surprises and there are mysteries. You don't always have those neat endings in real life."

Mainstream audiences, especially women, related deeply to the adventures of Hewitt and David Conrad, who played her paramedic husband. There is also a legacy for the creators. "I would say there is great satisfaction," Sander says. He and his wife Moses also co-authored a book, Ghost Whisperer: Spirit Guide, which delves into the series world inspired originally by real-life paranormal investigator Mary Ann Winkowski.

That book is just part of a big plan. Sander says his team used the Internet, publishing, music videos, video games and DVDs to create a richer relationship with fans. "We saw Ghost Whisperer as a very 21st century show, something we called the total engagement experience." Even though the show is over, Sander wants that total engagement to continue. (Ghost Whisperer - Complete Series)

Jennifer Love Hewitt's New Boyfriend Cooks a 'Great Turkey'

Jennifer Love Hewitt says she has reason to be smitten with her new beau, Alex Beh: He's handsome, he opens doors for her – and he'll come in handy on Thanksgiving.

"I didn't know he made a great turkey until right now," the actress, 31, told PEOPLE at the Rock the Kasbah gala in L.A. "We're learning every day."

From John Mayer to her Ghost Whisperer costar Jamie Kennedy, Hewitt has had enough dating experience to fill a book – and that's just what she did in her advice tome, The Day I Shot Cupid, published in March. And it's a book the actor, 28, has studied, saying he "enjoyed it" and that it was "a great time."

The couple cozied up hand-in-hand on the red carpet, Beh's arm around her waist. But it's not just the glammed-up Hewitt he's attracted to, he says.

"Any look that she has," he tells PEOPLE of his favorite Hewitt ensemble. "Any time she looks at me."

Hewitt is also heeding the advice she dished out in her book in her relationship with Beh, whom she described as an "old-fashioned" gentleman.

As she says, "I do feel like me kind of writing it helped me sort of get to where I needed to be in order to know that he was there."

Jennifer Love Hewitt Developing Comedy at ABC

Jennifer Love Hewitt is stepping behind the camera to develop a comedy at ABC, a network rep confirms.

ABC has ordered a script for Bad Taste in Men from Hewitt and writer Austin Weinberg. The comedy follows a Chicago woman unable to find Mr. Right. Hewitt wouldn't necessarily star in the series, though.

The 31-year-old Ghost Whisperer star also is developing an adaptation of her TV film The Client List at Lifetime as well as a comedy about the love life of a career-driven woman at Fox, according to Variety.

Hewitt recently guest-starred on Law & Order: SVU, and will star opposite Betty White in the made-for-TV flick The Lost Valentine on CBS.

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