Jim Slotek of the Toronto Sun chatted with Jennifer Love Hewitt about her new movie ‘The Tuxedo’ as well as the long string of men she’s reportedly been dating since her breakup with Carson Daly. “Craig Bierko and I are dear friends,” she said. “But suddenly we were an item. It was like because I was the new girl, I became the tart of the city. I was standing in a line and there was somebody behind me. He automatically was my new mystery boyfriend.”
The oddest hookup she’s seen in the press? “My relationship with Burt Reynolds,” she says. “That was very weird.”
Love Hewitt Determined To Have Good Time At Premiere
September 20, 2002 – Entertainment Tonight had more on the scare Jennifer Love Hewitt had at the premiere of ‘The Tuxedo’ on Thursday in Los Angeles. Police cleared the sidewalks in the immediate area earlier in the evening, and sources told ET that it was because a stalker who had been following Jennifer recently was spotted nearby. As police and private security kept a close eye on the crowd, Jennifer was all smiles as she walked the black carpet. Love Hewitt said she was determined to have a good time despite the concerns. “That happens when you’re in the public eye,” she said. “It’s a little bit of a nervous night. But you know what? It’s going to be fine.”
Security Tight At ‘Tuxedo’ Premiere Over Love Hewitt Stalker
September 20, 2002 – Entertainment Tonight reports security was tight at the Los Angeles premiere of ‘The Tuxedo’ last night because its star, Jennifer Love Hewitt, has been dealing with a possible stalker. Police cleared the sidewalks surrounding the theater before the star arrived at the event because a man who has allegedly been following Hewitt was seen nearby. Despite the threat, Hewitt came out for the crowd along with co-star Jackie Chan.
Jennifer Love Hewitt On Cover Of Rolling Stone
September 13, 2002 – A good portion of Rolling Stone magazine’s Jennifer Love Hewitt ‘A Day In the Life of’ interview is on RollingStone.com. Commenting on her good-girl approach on life, Jennifer says, “I don’t know. I tend to do things very much like an eighty-five-year-old woman. I don’t have a huge social life. I like to stay at home and watch Golden Girls reruns. People are always making fun of me. I don’t drink, I don’t smoke, I’ve never done a drug in my entire life, I don’t curse, really… so I’m the dork goody-two-shoes girl everybody picks on. But I like it. It makes me me. It makes me an individual.”