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Jennifer Love Hewitt Strips Down in New Video

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Jennifer Love Hewitt has just released a new music video titled “I’m a Woman” to promote the upcoming season of “The Client List” which premiers March 10 on Lifetime. The song and video were produced by American Idol judge Randy Jackson and it all starts off very business like. But it doesn’t stay like that long. Hewitt begins ripping her suit off right from the get go until there is nothing left but her bra and panties and leaves no doubt that she is a woman.

The video might bring back a few memories from the 2000 VMA awards when Brittany Spears did almost the same thing. No doubt Hewitt could give Spears a run for her money when it comes down to it.

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