Jennifer Love Hewitt $5 Million Breasts: Actress May Insure Her Best Assets

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on March 11 2013 10:52 AM
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Jennifer Love Hewitt says her breasts are worth $5 million. Reuters

Jennifer Love Hewitt, who currently stars on the hit Lifetime show “The Client List," may be insuring her breasts, for $5 million.

While speaking with USA Today, the 34-year-old curvy actress said, “I need. like, an insurance invitation. If somebody was. like, ‘Hey, you know what? We would like to insure your boobs for $2.5 million dollars,’ I’d be. like, ‘Do it. Love it! Why not?’ These things right here are worth $5 million!”

If Love Hewitt does insure her 36C-size breasts, she would join a long list of celebrities who have insured their body parts.

Country music legend Dolly Parton insured her size 40DD breasts, telling Sunday magazine, “I look at my boobs like they’re show horses or show dogs. You’ve got to keep them groomed.”

Former Playmate Holly Madison insured her breasts for $1 million. Perez Hilton reports that Madison told sources, "I've heard about people getting body parts insured, and I thought: Why not? Because if anything happened to my boobs, I'd be out for a few months, and I'd probably be out $1 million dollars. I thought I'd cover my assets."

Breasts are not the only body part celebrities are insuring, however.

Barbadian singer Rihanna insured her legs for $1 million after being presented in 2007 with the Venus Breeze ''Celebrity Legs of a Goddess'' award by Gilette."We work on the arms. I don't want manly, muscular arms. We work out my butt, because I love my butt. [But] my legs are my main focus. I'm obsessed,” Rihanna told People about her exercise regimen.

Supermodel Heidi Klum’s legs are insured for $2.2 million. One leg is apparently worth more than the other, though, she revealed to the Sun.

"They are different values, because I have this little scar. I had to be examined in London. A guy came and inspected my leg.” While Klum’s left leg is insured for $1.2 million, her right is only insured for $200,000 less. 

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