Well, at least Jennifer Love Hewitt knows what her true assets are! Giving an interview about her work playing a prostitute on The Client List, the boobalicious actress said she’d be up for getting her va-va-voom breasts insured.
"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?'" she said. Then she pointed at her boobs and declared, "These things right here are worth $5 million!"
An intriguing concept, to be sure! How does that work, exactly? What if the 34-year-old actress has kids one day? She did, after all, reportedly ask her boyfriend, actor Brian Hallisay, to move in with her last month. Would the insurance cover post-baby sagging? Inquiring minds want to know!
And what if something happens to only one boob? Does she get half the money? Or do they really need to be a complete set to be worth that 5 mill (i.e., the whole of Jennifer Love Hewitt’s boobs is greater than the parts?!).
Five million is a lot of money, but no one can argue that Hewitt does have a great rack. So great, in fact, that ads for her show were digitally retouched last year give her a little LESS cleavage! And the actress not only loves to show off her boobs, she likes to talk about them too! She told Maxim magazine last year that they’re her favorite body part: "It's horrible to say, but I like my boobs. They've always served me well. They're good."
All kidding aside, I love hearing stuff like that coming from a woman who has received PLENTY of criticism about her body. It’s refreshing that Hewitt’s been able to maintain a super healthy sense of self and a great sense of humor -- something that definitely seems to run in the family: J Love says that her 86-year-old grandma calls her the "TV ho" and "thinks it's hysterical [that] I get to rub abs for a living." Doesn't she sound hilarious?? Love her granny. As Hewitt so wryly puts it: "It's a hard job, but somebody has to do it, and I'm glad it's me!"
Do you think Jennifer Love Hewitt’s boobs are worth $5 million?
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