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Jennifer Love Hewitt’s Breasts Disappear Before Our Eyes
In an ad that ran in Entertainment Weekly, Jennifer Love Hewitt's breasts were noticeably smaller than they were in the same ad that ran just about everywhere else (including, briefly, on this site). I suspect this was done by some marketing person in order to give bloggers an excuse to write about Jennifer Love Hewitt's breasts, and post comparison photos. I fell for the ruse. (via Huffington Post)

Categories: Body Manipulation, Photos/Videos
Posted by The Curator on Tue Apr 10, 2012
Comments (4)
I actually wonder which was the original. I mean, I could just as easily see a studio exec saying 'sex it up a bit' as 'cover things a bit', depending. Either way, a few minutes with 'shop and you're good.

Note also the subtle use of bold text on LOVE. Why no, we're not trying to send subliminal messages at all!
Posted by Robin Bobcat  in  Californian Wierdo  on  Tue Apr 10, 2012  at  05:12 PM
I agree, Robin. It could go either way. I believe a closer examination of JLH's breasts might be necessary to determine the truth.
Posted by Tah  in  Idaho (Yes, Idaho)  on  Tue Apr 10, 2012  at  11:12 PM
I think the one on the left is the original. J.Love is kinda infamous for her breasts, and is frequent involved in those "Did she have implants?" debates. It seems like they decided to cover her up for the ad in more conservative publications (although, considering the context of the show, it seems a little pointless), and them something got mixed up somewhere.
Posted by eviltwin531  on  Thu Apr 12, 2012  at  07:05 AM
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