Jennifer Love Hewitt's recent advertising drive for her upcoming show The Client List has raised questions not only for its raunchy theme but also for its digital enhancement.
Hewitt is busy promoting her new show with skimpy lingerie billboard ads and magazine covers.
The actress will play the role of a high class escort girl in the upcoming Lifetime series and has posed in black satin dress gown in the trailer.
The two different ads endorsing the series were released this week - one showing the actress in her natural form, and another in which the actress appears as if she has undergone a breast reduction, New York Daily News reported.
While the Hollywood Reporter and billboards across Los Angeles went with the original ad showing Hewitt's natural curves, Entertainment decided to digitally alter her cleavage.
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, Hewitt told the Kevin & Bean Show from KROQ.
I don't know what happened. At least [Entertainment Weekly] still ran the ad, and they've been very kind to us.
The 32-year-old actress had regularly charmed the covers of men's magazines with her enviable figure. The actress said: I just accepted them [breasts] as a great accessory to every outfit.
The actress, who was named as the sexiest woman on television in 2008 by TV guide, said that she had no idea about the digital breasts enhancement. Somebody sent me a copy of the photograph, and I was like, 'Ummm . . . what happened?' the actress told the radio show.
I'm not quite sure what's going on. But apparently somebody wanted me to have a boob reduction.
The television drama series is based on a 2012 Lifetime movie of the same name which is set to air on the Lifetime network. The series is scheduled to premiere April 8.
Hewitt plays the role of a single mother of two who moves to Texas and finds extra work with a high-end prostitute service.
In an interview to Parade magazine, the actress discussed her character in the show.
It's meant to be provocative and it's meant to be a fantasy. Television is supposed to allow you to escape into other worlds and watch other people do things and forget about your life for a minute, she said.