Jennifer Love Hewitt She talks about how her past acting parts led her to having sex in Hollywood at a young age.
The 42-year-old actress A mother of two looked back at her early career in entertainment in honor of the last 20th anniversary of Heartbreakers, in which she played Page Conners, a young woman who worked as a con artist with her mother Max Conners (Sigourney Weaver) seducing and stealing from the rich.
The part included Hewitt starring in Racy scenes, which she now says contributed more to her body making the headlines at the time than her actual acting. While contemplating some of the surprising questions asked a lot early in her career, Hewitt sympathized with her. Britney Spears, Whose past motivation was highlighted in the media in his recent “Framing Britney Spears” documentary.
“It’s interesting, I just watched the Britney Spears documentary, and there is this whole section talking about her breasts. At the time I was browsing through it, and my interviewers were asking what would now be incredibly inappropriate, nasty things, why I don’t feel that way. I mean. I was wearing barely any clothes throughout the movie, “Hewitt recalls Eagle From her role in “Heartbreakers”. “For some reason, on my mind, I was able to go, well, well, I guess they wouldn’t ask if it was inappropriate.”
Hewitt recalled that she had to prepare herself for previous interviews in which her body was lifted almost immediately.
“ Conversation for a very long time in my career has always revolved around [my body] First – then, “Oh yeah, you were really cool in the movie too” later. I do not understand. “That’s exactly what I looked like, and I was doing my job,” she said. “It just started [prepare myself], Like, I know I’m doing an interview today, so I’m pretty sure at least 20 of 40 minutes is going to be about boobs and physical things, so we’re gonna get that out of the way and then maybe they’ll ask me something else. “
The Ghost Whisperer has admitted that the documentary about Spears’ life reminded her of some of her Hollywood business issues at a young age.
“When I watched the Britney Spears documentary, it pained my heart a little bit, because I remember too late to have that feeling. I’m really grateful that at a time, I hope this narrative changes for young girls coming now, and they won’t have to have those conversations.”
Hewitt went on to say that she now looks at some of her earlier interviews with disgust.
“I definitely look back and go, oh my God,” she admits. And it really started with “I know what I did last summer,” because this was the first time I was wearing a low-top, and at the “Party of Five,” my body was very covered. I remember intentionally wearing a T-shirt that was written “silicone free” because I was so upset, and I knew something about the boobs would be the first question of [reporters’] Mouths. “
Hewitt said she was “really tired of that conversation,” noting that “Heartbreakers” were “a big part of it.” Now, as a mother of two, she wishes she had done more to fend for herself.
“I was disappointed because it was all about physical things, because I worked so hard on this movie to do well as an actress. So I remember one specific moment hoping the acting overshadowed it all – for five minutes, they said I was really cool in the movie versus Submit a body comment. Now that I’m older, I think, oh my God, I wish I had known just how inappropriate that was so I could have defended myself one way or the other or not answered those questions. I laughed a lot of time, and I wish I had If only I hadn’t done that. “
Hewitt’s comments about her body join a growing list of female celebs who have recently spoken out about being overly sexual in the media. Most recently, Natalie Portman revealed how one of her oldest acting roles was – in 1996 Movie “Pretty Girls” – led her to protect herself from letting others embody her.
The actress told the hosts, “I think being sexist has robbed me of my sexuality because it made me feel scared.” Dax Shepherd And Monica Padman from the Chairs Expert podcast.