Jennifer Love Hewitt’s Cleavage: A History [SLIDESHOW]

Debate all you want about Jennifer Love Hewitt’s acting chops, but when it comes to cleavage, it’s the finest tool in her artistic toolbox.

The Daily Caller chronicled the rise of Hewitt’s cleavage (ignoring “Party of Five,” since she was 16 during its first season) starting with the indelible classic, “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” and ending with this year’s “The Client List.” (RELATED: Lifetime downsizes Jennifer Love Hewitt’s assets on “Client List” poster)

Hewitt may not be the finest actress of her generation, but her cleavage has been featured prominently for over a decade. Now that’s staying power.

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  • Lifetime's lastest series, "The Client List," basically just revolves around Hewitt's cleavage and the things she does with it to please her "massage" clients.
  • Although we can't say we actually watched a single episode "Ghost Whisperer," we can imagine that Hewitt's acting wasn't what kept it going for five seasons.
  • Because it would be way too easy to make a pun out of 2006's "Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties," we're just going to keep it clean and note that the cleavage reappeared again.
  • The cleavage's descent into TV movies began with 2005's "Confessions of a Sociopathic Social Climber."
  • The cleavage, along with the rest of Hewitt's body, featured prominently in the 2001 flop "Heartbreakers."
  • In the totally necessary sequel to "I Know What You Did Last Summer," the cleavage was definitely the star of "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer."
  • As the high school ideal in 1998's "Can't Hardly Wait," Hewitt's cleavage made its sophomore appearance.
  • Hewitt's cleavage debuted in her first major film role, "I Know What You Did Last Summer."

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