(LA Times) - Jennifer Love Hewitt wouldn't mind if someone thought her breasts were worth $5 million and wanted to insure them for so much.
"I need like an insurance invitation," she told USA Today while promoting the latest season of "The Client List." "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?'"
"Yeah, these things right here are worth 5 mil," she said with a laugh, pointing to her famous 36C breasts.
Hewitt's Lifetime show, in which she plays a single mother who moonlights as an erotic masseuse, has her prancing around in lingerie and rubbing down chiseled guys.
"It's pretty awesome, I feel really good about it. I get to rub abs for a living, never thought that that would be my job, so that's exciting," she said. "It's a hard job, but somebody has to do it, and I'm glad it's me."
The frequently scantily clad star said she brought her "Ghost Whisperer" crew to her new show and is comfortable around them because she's worked with them for eight years, but that the semi-nudity seems to be more of an issue for the guys who guest on the series.
"You'll often look over and I'll be sitting there eating like a sandwich, and the guys will be there doing jumping jacks or push-ups to work out their arms, and it's very funny," she said.
The series' racy material has prompted her family to give her a pointed moniker.
"My grandmother loves to call me the TV ho," Hewitt said. "She thinks it's hysterical, and it's so disturbing because she's my 86-year-old grandmother and she says it really loud. So I'm like, 'Grandma, not so loud and in public,' and she's like, 'I love that you're my little TV ho.'"
The second season of "The Client List" premiered Sunday night.
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