Actressstars in the new Lifetime series “The Client List”. The show is set to launch Sunday at 10 p.m. ET on the channel, but the actress had been making rounds all over New York in the provocative promotions.
Talking about the sexy promo shots for “The Client List”, Jennifer Love Hewitt said she was proud of them. She went on to say that she was glad she did the shoot because it would help her feel good about herself when she is old and no longer has an attractive body.
“It seems fitting for this show,” Hewitt says, according to nydailynews.com. “It’s not like I’m doing a show about a school girl and all of a sudden I’m in a bra and panties. It feels appropriate. I’m proud of them. I think they’re fun."
“One day when I’m 80, I’m going to look back and be glad I have photos like that,” she added. “When I’m all wrinkly and saggy.”
33-year-old Jennifer Love Hewitt plays the role of a single mother who works at a massage parlor. She discovers a new way of getting huge tips from her clients other than just giving hot massages.
Jennifer Love Hewitt shot to fame with her role on Fox series “Party of Five” and later landed a spot on the CBS hit “The Ghost Whisperer”, in which she played the woman who helped people communicate with their dead loved ones.
This time around, viewers will see Jennifer Love Hewitt in a different role. The new series is meant for adult audiences.
“I’m not trying to send any big message,” she said. “It’s more just trying to say this is a great part. I had to wait a little while to get these.”
Previously, Jennifer Love Hewitt starred in Lifetime's 2010 original movie "The Client List", and earned a Golden Globe nomination. When the Huffington Post asked if her family and friends would have any issues with her playing the same role again, she said, “No. I think they really understand that the provocative, edgy stuff is for the provocative, edginess of it all and that the character really is just a single Texas mom trying to do the best that she can.”
“I definitely think for my family, there will be some uncomfortable moments - just in the subject matter that we're dealing with and what will be alluded to that I'm about to do in that room or whatever it is - but never in a judgmental, sort of negative sense, just more in like in a, ‘Wow! I'm glad that scene's over!’ kind of way. I mean, we push in the series to the point where you might just start to get uncomfortable and then we cut out,” she added.
Watch Jennifer Love Hewitt on “The Client List” Sundays on the Lifetime channel.