Like this is the first time a female celebrity has been airbrushed and photoshopped. Mugato : But I get this. It is the Lifetime Channel, whose audience not only don't care about tits but sometimes get catty and jealous at them.
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Hewitt's recent billboard ads in skimpy lingerie promoting her upcoming show The Client List has raised questions not only her theme but also for the digital breast enhancement. Last week, two different ads were released - one featuring Hewitt in her natural form and in the other it the actress appears as if she had undergone a breast reduction surgery. While the original ads showing Hewitt's natural curves appeared on Hollywood Reporter and billboards across Los Angeles, Entertainment Weekly decided to digitally alter her cleavage.
The ad on the right appeared in Entertainment Weekly. Notice the, ahem, sizable difference? The funniest part of the ordeal: It appears as if EW tried to cover the story itself, beginning with: "Jennifer Love Hewitt may like her ample bosom, but Lifetime's marketing department appears not to.
It was digitally reduced, not reduced for real. The program is about her playing a prostitute to make ends meet but for some reason the ad makers felt it was necessary to reduce her chest:. Lifetime says some of their advertisers wouldn't carry the ad unless they covered up her cleavage.
Now, usually TV Cable shows aim for the over the top as opposed to the understated, right? Well, speaking of "tops" Lifetime seems to have had a sudden attack of squeamishness over actress Jennifer Love Hewitt's… shall we say, ample… bosoms. Hewitt plays a single mom that found herself impressed into service as a massage therapist turned prostitute in the new Lifetime show The Client List.
Jennifer Love Hewitt has admitted that she was shocked to see the retouched version of her ad for The Client List. The actress, who normally wears a 36C bra size, insisted that she did not approve the Photoshopped print ad for the Lifetime series, where her breasts have been noticeably reduced in size. The thing that's even crazier is that usually when they do that stuff, I had to see the photograph before they went out anywhere, and I never saw a new version of it. However, a source has since told E Online that the change was to be expected and is not uncommon in the industry, explaining: "Some magazines and websites wanted something a little tamer, so Lifetime changed them a little bit.
Last week, buxom actress Jennifer Love Hewitt revealed a nightmare she had about losing her breasts. She said she was trying to work when someone put tubes in her breasts and began making them smaller. The racy advertising campaign showed her cleavage.