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Jennifer Love Hewitt's boob nightmare

2012-05-06 21:03
 

Los Angeles -  Jennifer Love Hewitt has been having bad dreams about her breasts decreasing in size.

The Client List actress - who wears a size 36-C bra - has been showing off her assets to promote her new show in which she plays a massage therapist who gives clients happy endings.

She told Chelsea Handler the bizarre anecdote on E!'s Chelsea Lately show.

Jennifer admitted: ''I actually had a nightmare the other night that people were trying to deflate my boobs while I was working.

They had tubes and I was trying to work, but they kept getting smaller.

''I was like, 'Guys, don't take them away!' I'm getting issues about it, I think.''

The 33-year-old Ghost Whisperer actress also joked about the recent controversy surround the size of her cleavage.

Her chest was reduced in selected advertising campaigns for the show.

She said: ''Some random person decided they were supposed to be smaller. I still don't know who that person is.

''Right now I'm rubbing guys for a living, so I'm fine. I have my own Fifty Shades of Grey happening every day, so I'm good.''

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